Saturday, April 20, 2019
Cameron, Texas, USA

y Lord and Savior Jesus Christ didn't sugar-coat this Christian Journey and the Road to Eternal Life. I was never under any illusion that my Christian Life would be a cake walk. Once in a while, the True Lord God Almighty would allow Satan and his demons to aim their arrows at us His Redeemed. The verse above is rendered in many translations in the Book of Life as "trials and sorrows" (NLT); "tribulation" (ESV); "suffering" (GNT, CEV); and other agonizing words used to describe the genuinely-redeemed and those of us transparently-called to His Utmost, Other uncomfortable words in the Book of Life are: "oppression," "distress," and "affliction." But the dominant word for truly serving our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is: "tribulation." In our ordinary usage of the word, there are sundry unpleasant connotations such as; anxiety, worry, burden, tragedy, trauma, blow, setback, mishap, misfortune, reverse and problem for tribulation. But in its original etymological connotation, the spiritual meaning of tribulation is; "suffering for being a person of integrity." It was the statement used by the Most High God Almighty Himself while defending His Servant; Job during the cosmic contest over that rich man's faith: "Then the LORD asked Satan, "Have you noticed my servant Job? He is the finest man in all the earth. He is blameless-a man of complete integrity. He fears God and stays away from evil" (Job 1:8). The Lord God Almighty repeated that word: "integrity" again in Job 2:3: "Then the LORD said to Satan, "Have you considered My servant Job? For there is no one on earth like him--blameless and upright, fearing God and shunning evil. He still retains his integrity, even though you incited Me against him to ruin him without cause." The man or woman of integrity is a Christian believer and Christ follower who tell Satan and his demons to go to hell where they belong, in spite of all their onslaughts and attacks, including taking our loved ones as spiritual collateral damage. I just felt what Job felt.

*My son, Oluwafemi Emmanuel Fayemiwo and his closest friend, Dwight Fiske
"A man of many companions may come to ruin, but there is a friend who stays closer than a brother," (Proverbs 18:24) and my late son found such a guy in Dwight Fiske.


I vouchsafed ab initio the battles ahead when I enlisted into the Army of the Living God. Whatever is thrown at me is part of the spiritual warfare we are involved as soldiers of the Living Christ. My joy is that; my son, Oluwafemi (God Loves Me), Emmanuel Fayemiwo gave his life to the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ the 26 years he spent here with us. Spiritual collateral damage in the forms of son, daughter, spouse and loved ones are inevitable in our Christian Walk. But unlike Satan and his demons whose eternal fate is sealed eternally and are hopelessly finished, my son is waiting for me in heaven. We shall be re-united together and forever in heaven on that Great Day, Amen. I made Oluwafemi Emmanuel Fayemiwo commit his life to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as far back as when he was with me in Albany, NY. Last December 2018 when he visited The Jesus Christ Solution Center, Cameron, TX; I made him recommit himself and confession of sin and profession of faith according to Romans 10:9-10 again. He is in heaven. It doesn't matter the number of years we lived on earth, what matters is where we are going to spend eternity. That eternal destination should be our ultimate purpose on earth which can only be found in giving our life to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Below are some of the condolence messages from all and sundry on the enviable and blessed life my son lived in his brief stint with us on this Dimension. Next week, I have a message from the Lord to his murderers.

Dear Dr Moshood, I read with a heavy hearth the dirge of your beloved second son. May God who called you and never forsake you give you the strength and fortitude to bear this loss. I pray that the Holy Spirit; The Comforter comforts you and your loved ones in Jesus unfailing name Amen. Blessings,---Brother Innocent Odoh London UK.


Hello Dr. Prophet Moshood, I read about the death of your second son OLUWAFEMI EMMANUEL FAYEMIWO online which you posted dated Thursday, April 11, 2019. I had no knowledge about it until you told me over the telephone call last night (Nigerian Time). I was profoundly touched and puzzled by his untimely death, but in everything I commiserate with you as only God knows the best, because HE has his own way. May God Almighty give you the fortitude to bear the loss and continue to serve HIM as the prophet of the living God Almighty. Best Regards---Brother Ezena Frank, Uyo/Lagos Nigeria.


Dear Dr Fayemiwo, Please accept our heart-felt condolences at this period of mourning the loss of your dear, precious son, late Oluwafemi. I cannot claim to know how you feel, but as a father of four grown-up children raised in North America, I can only imagine what you must have gone through, but for God's grace. As a father, you have played your fatherly role and prophetic obligations to your late son, through the power of the Holy Spirit. We pray that the Almighty Father will give you the beatitude to bear the irreplaceable loss. We appreciate that in spite of this sad event the Lord Jesus enabled you to use the situation to deliver His message to us, your readers. May the Lord continue to comfort you and use you as light in the darkness of this world, Amen. Yours in the Lord----Abraham Jide Sadiku Sent from my iPad.


Dear Dr. Fayemiwo, Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the passing of your son, Oluwafemi. I read it on the Nigerian World a few minutes ago. May the Lord console you sir. As we say in Yoruba land; may you never see the death of another child again, In the mighty name of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. God bless you sir, as you continue with the assignment the Lord had commissioned you to achieve. Sincerely yours---Pastor Oludare Ayeni, Ottawa, Canada.


Dear Sir, I want to register my heartfelt condolences to you over the death of your beloved second son; late Mr. Oluwafemi Emmanuel Fayemiwo. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace, Amen. I just read the article now and felt it was not possible. May God give you the strength to bear the loss and may this type of calamity never befall you again in Jesus Name, Amen. May you live long in good health to enjoy the labor of love over all the remaining children of yours in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen. I pray that all other plans and attacks of Satan and his agents over you and your loved ones are nullified in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen. You would not cry over all your children-both spiritual and biological-in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen. You will run this Christian race of life to the very end and you shall fulfill your mission here on earth whether Satan and his demons, including their human agents like it or not in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen. Finally, may the Holy Spirit give you the strength needed at this time to continue your God-given mission on earth and not be distracted by this loss in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen. Shalom Sir and it is well---Mr. Lasis Isiaka Adesanya via email.


Good morning daddy, it is well with your soul. It was yesterday at work when l just decided to read your normal weekly column; The Christian walk l saw the news of the death of Oluwafemi Emmanuel Fayemiwo. lt is shocking Daddy, l am speechless. God of Israel will comfort you and your family. I came back from Nigeria last week Saturday. l am very strong when l came back. I will call you this weekend. Daddy, please take heart; God will not allow us to do business with our enemy in the Mighty Name of Jesus, Amen. Daddy, I saw his picture; very painful and so sorry, such a very tall and handsome young man taken away in his prime by forces of evil. The wicked shall not know peace in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen. . I know your redeemer liveth. Talk to you soon. God bless----From Sister Sola Okuneye, London, UK.


Good morning Dr Fayemiwo, I just read your post on the passing away of your son Femi. May his soul Rest in Peace. May God grant you the grace to bear the loss. May he comfort you and grant you succor, like only He can. And may His everlasting arms and wall of protection continue to be with you, your wife and all your children. May your remaining children continue to grow in grace and the Lord's abundant mercies always. May they excel and be sources of comfort, joy and blessings to you and your family and the world at large. And may they surpass your achievements and accomplishments in life and may they grow to good old age in health and wealth in Jesus name. Ojo a j'ina si ara won o. A o ni ri iru e mo.---From Brother Bayo Majekodunmi, Lagos Nigeria.


Dear Dr. Fayemiwo, It breaks my heart to read about the untimely loss of your son and I hope you will receive my heartfelt sympathy for the pain of the avoidable loss. May the merciful Lord grant you the strength to bear the loss and may his soul rest in perfect peace. Amen.... Prof Sunny Fakumoju, Massachusetts, USA


Dear Dr Fayemiwo, I am an ardent reader of your column on Nigeria world 'The Christian Walk'. I have never comment or written you on issues raised or that you have written about. But for sure I know God Almighty is using you to touch Lives. At this moment, I am so sad going to your column as I always do once I have the time and opportunity to do so and seeing the loss of your second son. I am so disorganized at this moment. I cannot do anything at work right now. My heart goes to you and your wife for this great loss. May the Lord Almighty God comfort you and your family. Amen. I move to tears going through your narrations and yet the end came. Please Doctor, God Almighty will never forsake you in the journey of life. Once again, accept my condolences---Mr. Richard Ogbogbo From Lagos Nigeria.


Dear Man of God! I have just read the shocking news of your son's death. May the God that has called you expose those behind this wicked act. May they never know peace and may their sins be on their heads forever in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen. Be consoled my True Man of God. Take heart my brother. Take heart. Warm regards---Dr. Dike, Ukraine.


Good afternoon sir, my name is Claude Smith, I am deeply sorry for the loss of your son sir. I am thankful for knowing your boy during his service in 29 Palms, CA. He was such a fun, athletic, intelligent, independent young man, with potential. I am in mourning with your family; the loss of such a young man has to be examined with a much closer lens. I read your post and I had my worries with his marriage with that woman as well. Interesting things tend to happen when we wed women like her. I live in San Diego, CA and if you have and sort of leads or people I should get in contact with to get more information on what happened to your son I will be honored to help---From Claude Smith, Los Angeles, CA, USA.


My brother, It is about 3 am Nigerian time as I read with tears, the heart wrenching story behind the passing away of your handsome son, Femi'. What a tragedy !!. May the TRUE GOD ALMIGHTY strengthen you and your family at this critical time. Your story on your previous marriage and the prevailing snowball effects, mirrors mine. I met you at the mall in Austin, Texas. I am the one with hearing problems caused by wicked evil people in Miami, Fl and their Nigerian collaborators. Take heart brother, May the Lord heal your loss. One of the tittles of the Anglican Hymnals says "Courage brother do not stumble, Though your part be dark as night, there's a light that leads the humble, Trust in God and do the right.....,From Brother Ken Nnamdi, Texas USA.


May the Lord bring consolations to you and the family for the tragic and premature death of your son in Jesus mighty name Amen. My condolences to you sir at this difficult time. ----From Sister Bola Catherine Eniayeju, Berlin Germany.


Hello Dr. Fayemiwo, You may not know me, but I read your column once in a while in the Nigeria-World. I am shocked and short of words on the tragic loss of your son -Femi, accept my sympathy. May the Lord grant you the fortitude and strength to bear this irreparable loss- it is not easy. I am sure you do not know me but I started my career as a young Pharmacist in your home town of Owo at St. Louis Hospital as it was called then before I moved to other things. It is well with you sir.-- Mr. Gbenga Akindele Louisville KY, USA


Hello sir, Sorry to hear about the sudden departure of your second son. I strongly believe that God of heaven Who called you into His work shall avenge you of whoever is responsible of this evil act. Stay strong sir. It is well in Jesus name. Yours sincerely,--From Samuel George via email


Brother in Christ In sadness, please accept my heartfelt condolence. Praying that God will give you and your family the fortitude to bear this tragic and irreparable death of your lovely son in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen. We all share your in your pain. May God bless you. May God bless your family. Take heart, brother. ---From Brother Chiemeka. New York City. USA.


Please accept my condolences on the death of your loved son. May the Lord Jesus Christ comfort you and your loved ones. I feel your pain.--- From Brother Benjamin Hassan via email.


Having gone through the whole write up, I really felt the pains your passed through. Both in your first marriage which your later rectified; and the death of your second son which was sad. Personally I do not know you before now, but I feel your pain. Accept my condolences to you and your family on the death of your son---From Brother Livinus Okoro Lagos, Nigeria


Hi Dr Fayemiwo, Really sad at your loss of a loved one and the circumstance despite all your preventive efforts. Many of us, most especially Nigerian men are/were in that kind of "fate" and could easily understand your note. Please accept my personal condolences. May the Lord God almighty grant you His peace and console you, and your family. My regards and remain blessed----Mr. Francis Idowu via email.


Good afternoon Sir. It is with a sad and heavy heart that I read via Nigeria world, of the death of your second son. Please accept my heartfelt condolences at this time. I pray the ALMIGHTY GOD grant you and your family the fortitude to bear the very painful loss. Shalom Sir!---From Sister Christina Musa Abuja, Nigeria.


Good morning Man of God, I am writing to express my heartfelt condolences on the loss your son, Oluwafemi Emmanuel Fayemiwo. Just know you're not alone in your moment of travails. It's sad the extent a mother can go to countermand a divine instruction. The Good God we serve will be your comforter. Once again sorry for the loss---From Uchenna Akweke via email Toronto, Canada.


Dr, I extend my condolence for the loss of your son. May Oluwafemi Emmanuel Fayemiwo Rest In Peace, I pray may the Lord bless you your prayers for him and bless your grandson/child - he left behind! God bless! Regards ---From Ahmadu Adamu via email.


Hello Dr. Fayemiwo, Please accept my sincere condolences on your recent loss. I was looking forward to the continuation of your series on the false prophets then I saw the dirge for your son. May God grant you the fortitude to bear the loss .God bless.--- Brother Olubunmi Adetula Canada.


Dear Dr Moshood Fayemiwo, It is with deep sadness that I read about the unfortunate passing of your son. I hereby extend my sincere sympathies, and pray that God would grant you and your family the comfort and peace that you need in these times. God bless and keep you and the rest of your family. Sincerely-From Mr. Patrick Ike Ibekwe via email


Dr Good day sir, I read about your tragic loss a few days ago and I tried calling you yesterday but it went into your voice mail. I know what you and your family are going through right now sir and I am sympathizing with you. I pray that the Lord God Almighty will give you and your family the fortitude to get over this loss. My sincere condolences sir to you and your family. Remain blessed sir--From Uchenna Akilo Enugu Enugu State Nigeria.


PROGRAM NOTE: If Satan and his fallen spiritual bastards, including their pitiful and pathetic human hirelings think they can distract us here at The Jesus Christ Solution Center, Cameron TX USA on our God-given assignment, they are sorely mistaken. My son is in heaven and I will go to him in the distant future. But our series on false prophets and false denominations which we started few weeks ago will resume apace after this mourning period. Take it or leave, we shall not be distracted!