Due to the persistent and unbridled posting of some so called prophetic message regarding Black Friday, I am posting a response I gave to our Ministry Leaders in our Capital Christian Family in Lusaka, Zambia, as a guide, so that we’re not destabilized in our faith as Children of the Most High God.


Let me begin by stating that the statement, “Those who have been following prophetic instructions. If you have been in Shiloh from 2014-2015 there was a word about Black Friday” is very suspicious and misleading. Where have such prophetic instructions been coming from? Who is this authority that has been issuing prophetic instructions? What is the theological and biblical basis for the so called “shiloh” where some people have been from 2014-2015?

The above questions I have raised should let everyone who is a true student of biblical prophecy, and has a firm foundation in Christian Doctrine, which is rooted in the Christian Bible, should consider such assessions of secret prophetic caucuses of Shiloh schools of prophecy to be “demonic” and does not find credence in serious study of biblical teachings.

Therefore, I raise a serious caution on this posting, which is misleading and a clearly erroneous prophetic message posted on our CCMI Forum.

First of all, everyone who reads this message should wonder why NO scripture, biblical reference or Christian doctrinal motif is connected to this message. The ONLY authority to this message is a so called secret caucus of prophets who have been part of “Shiloh from 2014-2015.” This sounds like a secret cult of false prophets who may be following some Prophetic Personality, who seems to delve into the dark world at the level of delineating some evil mappings of the spirit-world.

I am one who believes and knows that the evil dark world operates in very strategic ways, so as to capture as many of the unsuspecting humans as possible, just like a lion on the prowl.

Let me remind us, as Children of God, who have been set free from the devil’s stranglehold and dominion (Heb. 2:14-15), and we have been given power to trample on snakes and scorpions, and over ALL the power of the devil, and nothing by any means shall hurt us (Lk. 10:19); that these so called prophetic messages, delving into the depth of the spirit-world, are meant to cast doubt on our firm foundation in Christ.

Who doesn’t know that the devil and his demons are still in our world (Eph. 6:10-18)? We know the schemes and works of the devil are rampant in our perverse and wicked world, as he prowls around like a roaring lion seeking whom he may devour (1 Pet. 5:8).

But we also know that the Power of God is at work in all those who have received Christ and have believed in his name, having been given authority to become children of God (Jn. 1:12; Rom. 8:10-15).

Why then should any seemingly Christian prophetic message raise an unfounded alarm that when you, as a Christian, go to the store and buy goods that happen to be sold on what has been worldly (not righteously) termed “Black Friday” then you will be inviting demons in your home by bringing such goods home with you?

Christians, and Christian Leaders for that matter, let’s be wise and discerning on such demonic concepts, which are disguised as Christian Prophecy, when in fact the perpetrators of such dark messages are the ones being used by the demons to bring fear and insecurity in those who have called upon the name of the Lord, but may be a bit limited in their bible knowledge.

At any given moment, as you have been going on with life, Child of God, you may have walked into public rooms or places dedicated to evil spirits by witches and satanists who own them or have a hand in them, and you may have bought goods from a store belonging to a Satanist, and they may have daily chanted spells over such goods; because these are their evil beliefs.

If you know Christ, who promised to be with you until the end of the age; and this ALL POWERFUL Christ abides in your life, and this same victorious Christ has given you power over ALL the power of the devil and his demonic world, should you be frightened by such insidious evil activities, which in most cases may not even be publicized for you to know about them?

When you bought Sugar from any of the Supermarkets around, have you verified if the Owners of these facilities may not be Satanists who believe in the power of their god, the devil, to help them make money from your purchases? Why have you, Child of God, so confidently brought that sugar home, and I suppose you never even confirmed the sanctity of the business owners?

It’s so ludicrous for us bible believing Christians to fall for such lies of the devil, who we know thrives on casting FEAR in the hearts of humans; and then ultimately wants Christians to begin doubting the power they have in Christ over his dark schemes.

So, Child of God, when economic goods, which you buy all year round, have been drastically discounted, on whatever day, even on a wrongly named “Black Friday,” use your God-Given money, with your understanding that your life is secure in Christ; and no evil spirit or evil ceremony secretly carried out over some goods in the economy by devil worshipers, as long as these are goods we all consume 365 days in a year, do not be frightened by unfounded and unbiblical “prophetic” utterances.

By the way, let me ask all of us, and it’s a quiz; what do these devil worshippers do 364 days of the year, to only wait for one day, “Black Friday” to invade your homes through goods you always enjoy throughout the year?

Please, know that 365 days in a year, we’re Children of God, who should not be walking in fear that we may ACCIDENTALLY invite the devil into our home by buying some goods ceremonially dedicated to the devil. Unless, you willingly and personally get involved in such demonic rituals, there is no basis upon which the devil can and will secretly takeover your home and family through a normal practice of going to a store and buying some seriously discounted item.

Here is another puzzling lie of the devil, which can be unwittingly peddled by unsuspecting, immature and derelict Christians. How many Moslem’s, Hindu’s, Confucius’, Witches’, Wizards’, Masons’ owned Shops have we innocently patronized for reasonably priced goods? If you are like me, you probably have already raised your hand to my question. But have you ever posed long enough to consider that all the religions and practices I have mentioned here above do not worship Jesus Christ, neither do they believe in the Judeo-Christian God. Do you even have an idea on how far some of these religions or practices go in invoking their gods (1 Kings 18:16-40)? So, then which god do they dedicate their businesses to in order for them to religiously receive their “blessings” through that business, as most, if not all, these religions and practices believe in some form of Providence from their gods? By buying from these Shops, have you unbeknown to you, come under the dominion of their gods, since you brought their discounted goods home?

Therefore, my beloved in Christ, dismiss this false prophetic message, which can only have it’s intended negative effect on those who are gullible and have been taken for a ride by these marauding demonic false prophets who are prowling around, like their father, the devil, seeking whom they may devour (destroy).

As Elders (overseers), and shepherds over God’s people, we should be careful to defend the true teachings of scripture, and not be carried away by fables and myths being touted as “prophetic messages.”

The Bible says, “For there are many rebellious people, mere talkers and deceivers, especially those of the circumcision group (of the faith). They must be silenced, because they are ruining whole households by teaching what they ought not to teach – and that for the sake of dishonest gain. Even one of their own prophets has said, ‘Cretans are always liars, evil brutes, lazy gluttons.’ This testimony is true. Therefore, rebuke them sharply, so that they will be sound in the faith and will pay no attention to Jewish myths or to the commands of those who reject the truth” (Titus 1:10-14).

This is strong admonition to our Capital Christian Family. Get rid of these unbiblical and mythical, so called prophetic messages. These are demonic myths, which should be resisted in our sound faith in Christ.

Bishop George Mbulo