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Passengers on a UK Bus Yell at Nigerian Man for Preaching – VIDEO




A video of some passengers on a UK bus yelling at a Nigerian man for preaching has gone viral.


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  1. Tinuke

    December 4, 2015 at 1:52 pm

    Glad they shut him up. Theres a place and time for everything. sick and tired of people trying to scoff things down other peoples throats.

    • Emma

      December 5, 2015 at 4:15 pm

      May God forgive you and those who agree. Father forgive them for they know not what they do. May not get to hell and regret you have just said. Jesus died on the cross for your sins and you are sick and tired of the word of God being preached? Many people still do not even know Christmas is about celebrating the birth of Christ let alone what the Bible is. A colleague of mine had no idea about Jesus he thought it just some story. The word needs to be preached. I told another colleague (oyinbo lady) of God’s love and how she can cast her burdens unto Jesus and this lead to her opening up about her troubled life. She had no one to share it with and started to cry. She struggled with the idea of believing in a God she could not see but knew there was something. She was grateful for that conversation. If I decided to shut up she would still be sad inside, she said thanks for that.

      You say there is a place and time. Time and hour knoweth no man. People die unexpectedly all the time. They should not be denied the chance to even hear about salvation just because you want to rush home on the bus. Rush home to be sad and wonder how you will pay your bills, rush home to an abusive father or wife, not knowing there is another way, that there is help, or even just having an opportunity to talk to someone. You never know what people are going through. God’s word is life and in His word He says to spread the good news.

  2. Kelechi

    December 4, 2015 at 2:03 pm

    This aggressive preachers needs to allow it, this sort of loud preaching falls under public disturbance act, he can be sued.. They are well in their right to tell him to shut it.

  3. KB

    December 4, 2015 at 2:06 pm

    Until they start beating this people…LOL..I’m never standing for disturbance of public peace. Nonsense.

  4. Miss Anoni Moss

    December 4, 2015 at 2:06 pm

    What can be tolerated in Nigeria may not be accepted in other countries, he should have kept quiet when they told him to. But the woman was a little bit too rude, it’s not that serious now

  5. Nahum

    December 4, 2015 at 2:07 pm

    Enough of this aggressive evangelisation abeg. You can’t be shouting on a bus when people are tired after a long day at work and expect them to listen to you. There is truly a time and place for this.

    • Wale

      December 5, 2015 at 10:44 am

      Nahum, is that your name, go and read the book of Nahum, the Bible says in the last day people will be cold to the word of God, lovers of themselves, they just want to hear what soothe their ear,u are one of them, u better turn over a new leaf, the coming of Jesus is very near, either the world like it or not, the day the sun will not give light moon will turn to blood, and heaven and earth will be shaken, when God get angry who can stand b4 him.

    • Nkechi

      December 5, 2015 at 5:52 pm

      I honestly think people don’t want to hear about Jesus anymore. That’s the problem and it’s very sad. Preacher after preaching keep quiet. You have discharged the burden. The Bible says dust your feet, no forcing at all. God is happy and no one can say that he did not hear it on the last day. When the trumpet sounds. The dead will rise first after that is judgment. Both living and dead will be judged, now the gospel is being preached around the world even in places you wouldn’t expect. No bribery before the great throne.You don’t enter by your looks. job description,car etc. It’s simple whether you accepted the gift of God in Jesus. Your works will then be testef by fire.Did you do what he asked you to do on earth? Have you asked him why he put you here ?There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth. Then some people will remember the preacher they mocked.

  6. whocares

    December 4, 2015 at 2:07 pm

    looool. I have not watched the video, but there is a certain frustration after a while. Every time I go by work area there is always someone preaching. After a long day at work, the last thing I want is that. It does not bother me or most commuters much as we can simply continue our journey and walk on, but I can understand how it will irritate a person on the bus. You have settled on the seat and you are looking forward to a relatively peaceful and uneventful journey home. Plus some of those preachings, boy… the last time I heard was how we will all burn. If you are trying to convert an atheist or agnostic, erm maybe a less frightening message? Shouldn’t you be telling them God is love etc as opposed to “we were all born sinners, and we will all burn”? I have a sense of humour about these things, but most people do not. The last lady I heard started along the lines of “my mother born me, my mother’s mother born my mother, but we are all sinners”.. que pasa? It makes me realise that to preach the gospel and have people listen and understand, you need grace and some of these people that take to the street, well… Nonetheless, a person should be able to share their faith, communicate etc without threats or fear. It is absolutely important to preserve the integrity of people in this manner. Those fundamental human rights are not for nothing. Although you could also argue that the atheist or agnostic has the right to voice his opinion, but he or she does not have the right to threaten another person or yell etc. So to that extent this dude is wrong.
    Like I said, I have not seen the video. If it does contain any racist reference however, burn the bastard!

  7. Lotusflower

    December 4, 2015 at 2:17 pm

    The girl sitting in front of him laugh…. that would be my exact reaction.
    Is it necessary for him to preach on the bus? He couldn’t wait to hit the sidewalk and preach?

    • Tito

      December 12, 2015 at 3:13 am

      Hmnn. Dangerous to sit down laughing at a preacher who is being yelled at.

  8. lolaa!

    December 4, 2015 at 2:22 pm


  9. Paul Babalola

    December 4, 2015 at 2:26 pm

    People just hate anything Jesus. It’s not only in uk, even in Naija sef, they would use style and shut him down. Anyway the guy should be careful. If you want to preach the gospel of Christ, kindly go to the city centre definitely not in the bus. However if its all those stupid gay mofo talking in the bus, if you shut them down, you will be label homophobic. Useless set of people. In the same bus in London one day, saw 2 guys kissing openly in the bus, I would rather prefer that guy preaching the gospel than those 2 sick mofos

    • Lotusflower

      December 4, 2015 at 2:44 pm

      If you don’t want to see gays kissing in London, keep your behind in Nigeria! The same way you complain people shut this man down, is the same way many Nigerians in Nigeria shut down gays and complain about it. Stay in Nigeria where you won’t have to subject yourself to gays and you can preach all day, everywhere.

    • bruno

      December 4, 2015 at 3:12 pm

      ” However if its all those stupid
      gay mofo talking in the bus, if you shut them
      down, you will be label homophobic”

      excuse me, two people who happened to be gay or even two people who are black having a discussion on the bus how is it the same with a mad man shouting into the ears people who are probably tired and exhausted from work or school about how they will burn in hell for eternity if they dont repent. pls tell us the similarities.

      so what u are saying is gay people shouldn’t talk when they are on the bus. who are u to stop people from talking on the bus. are u the class captain?
      u are a dunce. that religion u practice must have messed ur brain up.

      u saw two guys kissing, if u dont like seeing that then look away. some white people dont like seeing black people so they look away

    • BlueEyed

      December 5, 2015 at 6:56 am

      @Paul why will u want to travel to a western environment and expect to see the same things as your third world reality? Sit your intolerant behind in your Nigeria and enjoy the mentality that comes with it. I am even yet to comprehend the similarity between two humans (gays, straight or whatever) showing affection to each other in a bus (where such behaviors are a norm) and a psychotic self ordained preacher who doesn’t understand his bible enough to win souls with tact and not buffoonery. So Mr Babalola don’t see the world if your not open to broaden ur horizon, wallow in ur myopic thinking with the lot of your kind.

  10. Onyx

    December 4, 2015 at 2:32 pm

    hahaha. this guy think say na molue him dey? after preaching him for come dey sell medicine for the bus.

  11. Puzzles

    December 4, 2015 at 2:40 pm

    I have nothing against preaching. I believe that ALL Christians should preach like Jesus did. Nevertheless, a Christian should also imitate Jesus by being tactful, reasonable and considerate.

    The one that affects me personally is early in the morning when I enter a bus going to work by 5 a.m, hoping to catch at least one hour of sleep but can’t because of someone singing, praying and preaching in a LOUD voice and this person will go on to preach until we’re close to HIS bus-stop which is usually over an hour later. I get work really tired and cranky. It’s bad enough that I get only 3 – 4 hours of sleep at home hence that extra one hour in the bus means a lot. Preaching so early in a bus where people are very tired and hoping to catch some sleep is NOT tactful or considerate.

    Try doing what the people in the bus did to a preacher in a bus here in Naija, people will turn against you and make you feel like the lowest scum on earth.

    If preaching is very important to you, go to people’s homes and give them the opportunity to choose to listen or not to listen like Jehovah’s Witnesses do. I know once you tell them you’re not interested, they leave. Or if preaching in a bus is more of your thing, try preaching to the person sitting next to you.

    I wonder how they would react if early in the morning in a bus, a muslim begins to pray, sing and preach Islam in Arabic.

    • Wale

      December 5, 2015 at 10:51 am

      U cannot change the standard of God, no matter how civilized we are, the standard of God remain the same, u don’t preach only when is convenient, even when isn’t.

    • Grace

      December 6, 2015 at 7:00 pm

      Hmnn. I hear you. Yeah right ,we need to sleep. If a delegate from Wale Adenuga or Dangote spoke for an hour on the bus using a loud laptop or Ipad and telling you how these guys are ready to give 5 thousand pounds each to those who refuse to sleep on the bus just to prove that people who are determined do what is not convenient to get to their dreams. You no go sleep o. In fact you’ll bear with the guy if he continues for another hour. To receive the word of life that will deliver you from the bad dreams you had in your sleep, deliver you from a wrong job and lead you where Jehovah God wants you to be na wahala. Is that how the Apostles did? Did they not go about preaching and continued even when beaten and asked not to do so again ? It is the last days anyway so people want to hear only what their ears are itching to hear.

  12. Author Unknown

    December 4, 2015 at 2:49 pm

    I’d be more sympathetic if I didn.t think that people like this preacher are like the Pharisees How do you draw people to Christ by being repulsive yourself? No be im fault, he must have his papers complete. On a lighter note, I wonder if that woman or driver would have had the guts had he been an Islamic preacher.

    • z

      December 5, 2015 at 12:40 pm

      Sadly I think it would have been worse had he been a Muslim preacher, especially given the current climate. This guy is being a nuisance and for him not to have any self awareness is even more disturbing.

  13. bruno

    December 4, 2015 at 3:11 pm

    ” However if its all those stupid
    gay mofo talking in the bus, if you shut them
    down, you will be label homophobic”

    excuse me, two people who happened to be gay or even two people who are black having a discussion on the bus how is it the same with a mad man shouting into the ears people who are probably tired and exhausted from work or school about how they will burn in hell for eternity if they dont repent. pls tell us the similarities.

    so what u are saying is gay people shouldn’t talk when they are on the bus. who are u to stop people from talking on the bus. are u the class captain?
    u are a dunce. that religion u practice must have messed ur brain up.

    u saw two guys kissing, if u dont like seeing that then look away. some white people dont like seeing black people so they look away

    • Sheri

      December 4, 2015 at 3:45 pm

      Shut up.

  14. Princess P

    December 4, 2015 at 3:40 pm

    I have not watched the video but I can understand how upsetting this can be
    The ones dat annoy me the most is the early morning (4:30am) preaching when you are just enjoying your peaceful sleep, then someone with a public address system will be passing your street and be screaming and condemning ‘sinners’. I so hate that… is that the path Jesus took in His time?
    Nigerians can overdo this righteousness thing….meanwhile the things done behind closed doors can only be imagined

  15. ATL's finest

    December 4, 2015 at 3:57 pm

    Lmao! Why is that woman yelling? Oh mine she’s got to be high on sth.. Better still she needs to be @ d Zoo. It ain’t that deep. Yes I gerrit some folks r tired from a hectic day at work and all they need is sanity while they are trying to make it home. Sorry dude better luck next time for salvation is personal.

  16. Iyun

    December 4, 2015 at 4:36 pm

    Like there should b a law against it even in naija, see people preaching as early as 5:30am and when I leave home in the morning all I think of is the sleep ama sleep in the bus. The annoying thing is they won’t preach for few minutes say 10/15mins, nah, an hour, 1hr30mins upwards. It’s the same going home, it is really not fair

  17. ziti

    December 4, 2015 at 4:38 pm

    I doubt this way of promoting ideas is effective, whether talking about Jesus’ principles or gay rights. A bus ride is generally a quiet affair. We have to think of better ways to get people to know Jesus… I would have suggested living your life in such a way that people are compelled to ask what makes you different/calm/joyful/etc, but in a place like the UK where everyone minds their business hmm…

  18. lifeisbeautiful

    December 4, 2015 at 4:52 pm

    Guess what…he is not a Muslim fruitcake loaded with bombs with the aim of blowing up everyone around him so he can make chill out with Allah in paradise.

  19. Jay Jay

    December 4, 2015 at 4:56 pm

    at least he wasn’t shooting at people. he could have just shared tracts or some other form of evangelism that would not have been ”disturbing”. he might have been wrong in his methods but i get ONE thing from all this is his boldness. when was the last time i talked to someone about Jesus?

  20. GeeGee

    December 4, 2015 at 5:17 pm

    This just reminds me of the time my sister and I were trying to buy something by the road side and a man walked up to us and said he wanted to share the word of God with us then he started saying things like if we don’t stop wearing trousers we are going to hell and the bible condemns make up and wearing of earrings and nail polish and we just ignored him at that point when he noticed that we stopped listening and just continued our conversation the next thing he said was ” i have told you my own if you like listen but if you dont……” is that a good way to tell people about Christ?

    • FasholasLover

      December 4, 2015 at 9:29 pm

      In my Warfi pidgin, you and your Sista no fit gather the man beat?

      Just yesterday here, the Church of England was told to buzz off when they wanted The Lord’s Prayer sang in cinemas. You come dey preach for bus. Whatever happened to when in Rome….?

  21. Wow

    December 4, 2015 at 5:50 pm

    [sigh] As a believer, this annoys me to no end. You can’t try to shove Jesus down people’s throats and expect them to be receptive to your message. The best way to preach Jesus is by your actions. Then people would want to know who you serve. You’re not in Nigeria and there are laws in the UK against public disturbance jeez!!!

  22. shady

    December 4, 2015 at 6:29 pm

    Wow if that was a Muslim brother preaching this spinless people will not have the gut to say a word. They will jst carry their bag and get off at d next stop. Jst exactly what I did on a train to work when I notice a Muslim lady covered from head toè reading the qaran on her phone. Not to be seen as judgmental and discriminating I jst got off at d next stop and move up four carriages away. At the end of the day she was not doing anything wrong but I better be safe than sorry.

    • you have to watch your back!

      December 4, 2015 at 8:33 pm

      @ shady! lol – i’m with you on that one – not being discriminatory here but i’m so paranoid these days on the tubes and trains! – better safe than sorry!

    • The real dee

      December 4, 2015 at 9:44 pm

      I’m so with you on this one. I think people are just very mean to Christians because we are not violent or extremists and we won’t blow people up if they are ‘infidels’ who do not accept our own beliefs. I’m not saying all muslims blow people up but we know what religion all the terrorist groups claim to belong to.

      I am a Christian and if someone is preaching on the bus and I’m not ready to listen, i take out my earphones, put my music in the loudest and pay no attention.
      Internally, I appreciate the person who is bold enough to preach in public places as I haven’t developed such courage yet. But do you have to berate them or insult them for doing what the Bible commands Christians to do? It’s not compulsory to listen and you don’t have to collect the tract, I know many people love to insult God, Jesus and Chrsitianity but if you find it repulsive when people are homophobic or against transgenders, then please we will also find it repulsive when you do not let us evangelize.

      Of course, wisdom is profitable to direct and people who preach in public should apply wisdom sometimes BUT please don’t come here insulting people who lose sleep, come out early in the morning to tell you about eternity, if they don’t genuinely care about your soul, they won’t be preaching. And if you say it’s your soul and not theirs so they can keep shut, well someone else needs that message, so shut your own ears if you can.

    • eyong

      December 5, 2015 at 5:55 pm

      I’m sorry, did you just say Christians are not violent?? As in, the most blood drenched religion in history is not violent. LMAOOO. Ono, where do I begin? Is it the war in Syria, or is it slavery or is it the thousands of years of oppression by the Catholic Church? I fact, if I start, I no go fit stop.

    • Ennydee

      August 12, 2016 at 1:49 am

      Great words sir

    • Wow

      December 6, 2015 at 3:33 am

      Shady! Your comment broke my heart and I am not a Moslem. You didn’t want to appear discriminatory so you got off the next bust stop. For years African Americans were treated as “angry”, “thieves”, “purse snatchers”, smelly” and avoided on the bus. Old white women cling to their purses and sit so uptight, barely breathing for fear of these “negros” sitting next to them on the bus. At a restaurant just the other day, this old lady was seated next to me, she clung to her purse and sat so frightened, she scooted over to get further and every time she did, I moved even closer to her; in all, I concluded her generation is about to die off. My point is we need to learn tolerance. One bad apple does not condemn the whole apple tree. If you continue in this path, this discrimination will carry over into your daily life. When you become an employer, guess who you will not hire.

  23. Bowl

    December 4, 2015 at 6:58 pm

    When revival fire comes , it wil not matter where,they wil even beg to be preached to.

  24. Lekki Resident

    December 4, 2015 at 7:18 pm

    I am all for preaching the gospel but PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB people with it. They wont even be receptive to it at the wrong time anyway.
    These early morning preachers be disturbing our sleep when I was staying with my cousin in Isolo. Now I live n Lekki, where such occurrences are not common. But 2 weeks ago, I heard someone doing the early morning thing somewhere on my street. Plus this church that was having some kind of vigil and sang and played drums all night.
    Please Lekki Residents Association, I thought these things were in check?

  25. Cee

    December 4, 2015 at 7:48 pm

    Yes shout at the harmless man preaching on the bus but when a tanager gets on and plays loud music zip ur lips when someone is being assaulted face front, zip ur lips and pretend its not happening. Typical mob mentality only get involved when the person is not a threat, bullies is what they are. Sometimes the way pple react to preaching on public transport makes me wonder if they are about to manifest.

    • shady

      December 4, 2015 at 9:52 pm

      @cee thanks alot. We have seen video of people been unruly on the bus . Fellow passengers will sit quietly and not get involve cos u don’t know who is caring a weapon. The driver will stay at his corner and call police . He will not step out to help. Bullies

  26. Evans

    December 4, 2015 at 8:18 pm

    That must be First Bus, Aberdeen. I’m very familiar with it. This is my problem with some christians (by the way I am a christian), there’s no problem with preaching but if you must why not use tact? Why not adhere to the laws of the land?

    Honestly, I’ve got my issues with kissing on the bus but if the law doesn’t fault it in the UK then what can I do, kill myself? I can either look away or simply leave the UK for somewhere else.

    To be fair for the most part buses in the UK are usually quiet. Yea there are times people do talk but I’ve seen the driver warn passengers who are overly loud.

    All I’ll say is when you’re in Rome behave like a Roman.

    • MC

      December 5, 2015 at 11:23 am

      This is London not Aberdeen.
      You can see the 436 bus behind it going towards lewisham (south East London).

  27. nene

    December 4, 2015 at 9:21 pm

    lmfao igbo man in london vs white people. he thinks this is lagos or aba.

  28. *curious*

    December 4, 2015 at 9:51 pm

    Matthew 10:14 – “And whosoever shall not receive you, nor hear your words, when ye depart out of that house or city, shake off the dust of your feet.”

  29. The real dee

    December 4, 2015 at 10:00 pm

    Let me also add, I see people complaining about people walking about the street preaching early in the morning. Please when that mosque in your area decides to wake you up at 5am with ‘inkari alluhala’, do you go complaning to the Imam? For years that was the first thing I heard every morning and the Imam will go as far as calling Christians ‘keferi’ (infidels), complaining about the government, talking about what the touts in their area did. And all this is at 5am. And then when its time for Ramadan, the entire area becomes a Mini Mecca, all sorts of arabic songs will be blasted in the air and all I’ll be hearing is Allahu Akbar over and over.

    You guys won’t complain o! But when someone is preaching about Jesus, we will raise hell. Please do you hate Christianity that much or do you just fear the other religion? What’s more surprising is that the people complaining will also say they’re christians. Pray tell, what kinda Christian are you? Christian by word of mouth, Christian by going to a ‘tush’ church or born agin Christian?

    • z

      December 5, 2015 at 12:43 pm

      Not everyone lives in Nigeria, where what you stated is the norm and believe it or not there are people who are not religious!

  30. Paul Babalola

    December 4, 2015 at 10:20 pm

    The Nigerian guy was only bringing in the good news though may not be appropriate inside the bus. Lets reverse the role for a bearded muslim guy preaching inside the bus, would the people inside have the guts to talk. The will never say anything, they already know our Naija guy is harmless so they can bully him bcos he is a xtian,

    • Mohammad

      December 4, 2015 at 11:12 pm

      Oh please shut up!!!! You were probably the guy who saw me kiss my boyfriend on a bus in Euston, London and changed seats out of disgust. Na ya own wahala be dat. If I dey London, I kiss my bf wherever I like. If you no like am, na your own business be dat. Jump inside Thames. Just don’t even step to me.

    • z

      December 5, 2015 at 12:41 pm

      Oh please. You sound ridiculous

  31. Bowl

    December 5, 2015 at 12:47 am

    @The real dee, many thanks.

  32. deedee

    December 6, 2015 at 3:41 pm

    @the real dee,that was so unnecessary bringing up Islam and Muslims in your comment, this is about a Christian preacher, he knows better than to start preaching on a UK bus. People feel it is okay to bash Islam and Muslims as much as they like but when they decide to fight back, they are labelled “terrorists”It is so hypocritical,that they expect Muslims to always turn the other cheek and take all the insults and discrimination gleefully.The Western media has really tarnished Islam and that is so unfair cos innocents Muslims are being victimized because of their evil propaganda.

  33. Big man

    December 7, 2015 at 10:55 am

    Disturbing others in the public has nothing to do with evangelism. This guy was a complete nuisance. There are better ways to carry out evangelism without inconveniencing others

  34. Deji Owolabi

    December 14, 2015 at 5:13 am

    The preacher is nothing but a nuisance. If he feels like preaching, he should go preach his gospel to the leaders and people or our country, Nigeria. We are the ones that are corrupt and incompetent. The white man may be godless but they respect each other and have built a livable country for themselves. This man should be ticketed for disturbing the public peace.

  35. John bajeh

    December 20, 2015 at 9:37 am

    We all can say what we like but a day of judgement will surely come. Where do humans come from? What is their purpose on earth? An automobile engineer designed a car using petrol to run the engines. But some of us just want to disregard instructions and use water in place of petrol. The outcome is so obvious. The bible admonished us to spread the good news and we must do so lovingly. Please brothers and sisters let us return to the word of God. I love you all with the love of CHRIST!

  36. ese

    March 15, 2016 at 6:17 pm

    For me personally, I guess he could print a handbill and gently hand it to anyone who is willing to receive it. Jesus advices that we be tactful and do things at the right time. The other day a man sitting beside me on a bus was preaching loudly almost deafening me. He said all women who wear trousers will go to hell and so many other things.. Thank GOd I was on a dress smh .

  37. Ennydee

    August 12, 2016 at 2:47 am

    I wont make much comments about this video cos i havent been abroad enough to know wether a bus is the right place to preach the gospel. But i know we can in Nigeria. Cos everyone has a somewhat fear of God.

    A true christian knows to preach in season and out of season(meaning when convenient and when not convenient.).
    I believe there is a way to preach in the bus without shouting and all. Speaking calmly and with conviction. Not everyone in the bus may hear you, but at least the few that do, would be edified by every single word.
    I respect anyone who is courageous enough to preach in a bus. The funny part about this is that people that condemn the people that preach in buses are mostly christians who should also look for avenues to preach(a bus included)
    I believe Christians should be more strategic in the presentation of the Gospel and should live a life of prayer, so when they preach any where they can speak boldly.

    And NO, the gospel is not “if you wear trousers or ear ring, you will go to hell.”. Never.
    The gospel is that every man born into this world is born with a sinful nature not cos of what we did, but cos of the sin of Adam. Because of this, sin reigned through in mankind through Adam. (BTW, every human being was from Adam, even eve). A little child doesn’t even have to learn how to lie from little. It just comes with the nature. And thus, this created a distance between man and God
    God sent Jesus christ to live a sinless life and pay for our sins which we could never pay for. And because of this, we are in right standing with God, so God sees Jesus when he looks at us(not because of what we have done). So, Because of this Great love, so much that a person could die for us while we were yet sinners. When we put our faith in Jesus Christ, we receive eternal life.(John 3;16) So we are not Justified by works. But by grace.(Ephesians2:9)

    So ear rings,tattoos and trouser dont have anything to do in this relationship.
    Therefore, good works is now a Fruit of salvation and not a Root.
    And Jesus as called us to teach and tell of his marvelous grace.
    So a man preaching in a bus has nothing to gain for himself. But all for christ.
    I believe God is raising young people with sound doctrine, to preach this truth everywhere they go. People may not like it, but if they can still tolerate a man teaching in a bus with wrong doctrines. How much more, a young person that preaches the right thing and is strategic about it.
    Lets tell of this LOVE EVERYWHERE we go.
    Matthew 5:10 Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
    Grace and Peace

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