Last Updated on August 4, 2020
The magnification of Brother Stair, the prophet, is being preached more and moar 1.
“I was born in Bethlehem. Where was Jesus born? Bethlehem!”
“I know what God said. They become fools! I’m a fool. To believe in this generation of seven billion people with some of the most dramatic ministries, that I’m the One. Hahaha. Ah, you all say you believe it but then you like put your little connotation in there. And anything that casts just a little doubt. What a testimony I am. A faithful saying, worthy of all acceptation. [To the congregation] You’re not the Son of Man. I am! Just one. Just one.”
“We want to draw attention to ourself and not to God.” We commend ourself!”
“Nobody treats me like that and gets by with it. Nobody, nobody!”
“You better stop treating me lightly. You better stop doing it. You better stop doing it! Cos’ if you don’t you’re gonna make the Boss Man angry.”
“Touch not My anointed… When God’s talking He’s talking about the anointed prophet, the anointed man with the present truth, needful truth, the only truth. So don’t touch him!”
“My advice to you and my counsel to you is, receive me or leave me. One will bring god’s fullest blessing on you. The other will be a curse on you. ‘I don’t believe you.’ Keep on. Keep on straddling that fence.”
1 Moar is an intentional misspelling of more, used online as a humorous demand. A combination of “more” and “roar”.