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ZAOGA FIF Archbishop Ezekiel Guti’s Prophetic Warning To Congregants On What Will Happen After He Dies Revealed

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ZAOGA FIF Archbishop Ezekiel Guti’s Prophetic Warning To Congregants On What Will Happen After He Dies Revealed

It appears that Archbishop Ezekiel Guti, the founder of the Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa Forward In Faith Ministries (ZAOGA FIF), had made preparations for his eventual departure from this world to meet his Maker.

On Wednesday, Archbishop Guti passed away, and the news of his death was solemnly announced by Joseph Guti, the national executive chairman of ZAOGA FIF, through a special announcement on the Ezekiel TV channel.

Guti’s passing occurred shortly after he celebrated his remarkable 100th birthday on May 5th.

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Interestingly, it turns out that Archbishop Guti had forewarned his congregation in his book, aptly titled “The African Apostle,” which served as both an autobiography of his early life and a testament to his years as a minister of the Word of God.

Within the book’s pages, Guti cautioned the ZAOGA FIF congregants who heavily relied on him as their source of strength. He revealed the inevitable fate awaiting those who placed their faith solely in him as their pillar of support.

According to Guti, such individuals would be led astray once he departed. He emphasized that only those who faithfully adhered to his teachings would endure. In a poignant conclusion, he added that the ZAOGA FIF congregants would face mockery now that he had passed away.

“If people lean on me as their source of strength, they will be led astray when I am gone because they will say ‘our strength is gone’. Only those who kept my teachings will survive. Those who used to hear you saying God is present because the servant of God is present will laugh at you saying “Your God is gone”,” wrote Ezekiel Guti in the opening pages of his book, “The African Apostle.”

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