DAGUPAN CITY — Now that Aquino is president-apparent based on election results, did someone who calls himself the “Son of God” receive the wrong revelation from his “Father” and thus anointed the wrong “presidentiable”? [Pastor Apollo Quiboloy calls himself the Appointed Son of God. I remember seeing the program when he gave a date wherein the "Father" will tell one of his members in his/her dream who he(Quiboloy) is and what his mission on earth really is. Then one of his members called in on the "appointed date" to tell everyone on TV, national and streaming video, that he received a message from the "Father" in his dream. And that dream said that Quiboloy is the...you get the picture.]
These are among the questions posed by Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop emeritus Oscar Cruz in his online blog yesterday as he clarified that his comments were not meant to disparage someone who calls himself the “Son of God” or to criticize his millions of followers. [Really? The archbishop is trying to be politically correct when in fact he is questioning the credibility of the one who calls himself the "son of god". No that is not a typo. I'll call Quiboloy that way because he is a blasphemer and an anti-Christ!]
Without outright naming Quiboloy, Cruz said he merely wanted to bring to the fore certain perplexities as well as some inquiries – all occasioned by the following recorded facts:
One, Quiboloy was approached by a good number of political candidates fondly called “presidentiables” for his eventual choice and anointing in order to win the recently concluded national elections according to Divine Providence.
Two, Quiboloy himself said that he needed time to consult his heavenly “Father” for the purpose of listening well to “Him” for proper guidance, knowledge and decision whom among the candidates to officially endorse.
Three, Quiboloy was eventually proved wrong in his identification and choice of presidential candidate as the anointed one. [Test if the Spirit is the Spirit!]
Cruz said “without the least desire or design for people to doubt, much less to ridicule the same ‘Son of God’, reason and logic however are seeking clear answer to some plain questions.”
Did Quiboloy’s “Father” in effect commit a mistake and consequently proved wrong in “His” revelation to “His” own “Son”? Cruz wondered. [Isn't that disparaging? I kinda like it!]
Was the “Son” instead in receipt of the wrong revelation, and thereby identified and anointed the wrong “presidentiable?”
And were the multi-million devotees and followers of the “Son of God” after all unwilling to listen to him and accept his official endorsement? – With Eva Visperas
If you want to know how the quick way to damnation, listen to what this nutcase has to say:
"But there were also false prophets among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you. They will secretly introduce destructive heresies, even denying the sovereign Lord who bought them – bringing swift destruction on themselves. Many will follow their shameful ways and will bring the way of truth into disrepute. In their greed these teachers will exploit you with stories they have made up. Their condemnation has long been hanging over them, and their destruction has not been sleeping" (2 Peter 2:1–3)