Is Orock Henry, social media prophet, genuine?

Orock Henry Betang & Njie Clinton

Self-proclaimed prophet Orock Henry Betang has been making rounds in the Cameroon social media space in recent days.

The Dubai-based prophet who is notorious for prophesying on the lives of artists comes under my scrutiny after his recent prophecy on the life of Cameroon footballer Njie Clinton.

As a Christian well aware of the biblical quote in psalms 105:15 ‘touch not my anointed, do my prophet no harm’ but you see this particular prophet, I have to touch him.

It is not a new phenomenon since the turn of the century to see men of God focus on publicizing their Chastain works on mass media for improved following and more customers.

More customers I call it because I see more of a business-making venture than ministering for Christ.

When we look at the bible we realize Jesus after conducting miracles always humble and emphasized the need to maintain silence but today it is the reverse with our self-proclaimed prophets and apostles.

They market everything marketable under the name of the church, to the point of advertising miracles. Even God didn’t see this coming.

prophet Orock Henry

However, the purpose of this write-up is not to distinguish fake from real men of God, I just have a little pre-occupation with the way prophet Orock Henry goes about his prophetic works in a manner that shocks even other false prophets.

My question is why do most of your prophecies not only target stars but stars that are trending on social media at a particular point in time.

You did prophesy about Samuel Eto’o having an accident, today it’s Njie Clinton you saw about to die. You taking advantage of a young man going through turbulence in his professional career should be considered ‘spiritual blackmail’ and ought to be arrested.

Are you the modern-day angel of the Passover? Cos you seem to be specialized only in visioning death.

You even have the audacity to screenshot your conversation with Njie Clinton receiving your message, who are you trying to impress, God or man?

The bible is the book of Matthew 6:2 reads ‘so when you give to the needy, do not announce it with trumpets, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and on the streets, to be honored by others’ that’s exactly what you and other new age prophets strive for, a show of pride achieving fame and fortune using the name of Jesus Christ, but judgment awaits you all.

Mathew 7:15 warns ‘beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. Verse 16 adds ‘you will know them by their fruits and dear prophet your fruits are sour to the tongue.  

Uncover the questionable methods of Prophet Orock Henry as he delivers prophecies to celebs for personal gain. Be warned of false prophets.

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