Antigua News Room–The leader of the Mystery of Christ Church Incorporated Nana Yaw Adom admitted his establishment no longer follows the teachings of the Holy Bible that is used by most Christian churches.
The establishment reportedly used the Bible when it began operating in 1996 but later abandoned the holy scriptures after Adom said he received a revelation in 2011.
He reportedly told state media that he no longer wanted to be called pastor but instead goes by the title Servant of Jesus the Truth.
“He appeared to me in the sky and then he took me up. So, as I went up in the sky then I saw the sight so I opened my mouth, I say Jesus I see you”, Adom recalled.
In another encounter, Adom revealed that while praying he “fell in a trance. So, in a trance, a man appeared to me and the man said to write some strange language on my pillow and a voice said to me from this day, whenever you put your head on the pillow, I’ll write my words on it and put in your heart.”
Since then male members of the establishment were allowed to have multiple partners.
“Let me tell you the truth, a black man, to keep one woman, he can’t, it’s hard. The genes of a black man, whether you’re a pastor or prophet, whoever, the genes of a black man can’t take one woman”, Adom explained.
“I said this, based on divine revelation, that you can have multiple partners but then because of the law you cannot go and register and say well I have two wives or whatever”, he added.
It appeared that Adom has not yet received a clear revelation on whether women can have multiple partners but said, “It is possible that the spirit can reveal to me that this sister in the kingdom can have more than one man.”
The leader also reportedly admitted he prepared young women for marriage by educating them about sex in a WhatsApp group.
“When you go in your bathroom, practice sexual positions so when you meet your husband or whatever you’ll be ready”, Adom advised.
However, the leader reportedly denied allegations that he encouraged children to fondle themselves and said he never told his members not to take potentially life-saving medication.