- Usually, almost every week, I send some ASEM to scammers in my list and, depending on the answers received, I go on or not.My Dear Beloved Reverend Edward,
My name is Rev John Paul ; I am 54 years old now. I have been suffering in the sick bed for the past 7 years. Now I believe that my time has come to join my ancestors in heaven. I got your email address from the Internet, as the spirit of Almighty God directed me to contact you for this charity work.
I have $10.5M deposited in a safe location, which I want you to claim on my behalf for an important charitable project. Can you honestly do this for me?
Remain bless in the Lord.
Rev. John Paul.
- This time, I suspected that some of the messages I received may be from the idiot Quin (who wants to check if the death of old Chancellor Edward is real), so I answered differently:
- The idiot tried to continue with his script:Our brother in Faith Edward died, God rest his soul. I'm father Nectarie, the church secretary.
What can we do for you?
- Of course, I always try to get them out of the script, and here I applied the same technique:
My Dear Beloved Nectarie,
I thank you so much for your message, also sorry for the late reply because am in sick bed and I don’t check my email every day based on doctors instruction which I must follow for my days to be long, regarding to the charitable work, bear it in mind that I was directed by God almighty to contact you for this charitable work and I believe you will take care of this project by visiting difference charity organization in your location once you receive the funds.
Note that am using laptop and am still in the hospital for treatment as I have been in sick bed since 7 year now that is the reason why I contact you before I will join my ancestors in heaven, note that 20 % of this funds belong to you and the remaining balance 80 percent will be for others charity organization in your country.
Furthermore your information’s will be needed such as your full name together with your address and telephone number so that I will forward it to the place where the funds is been deposited as my next of kin to the funds, I know my time has come for me to join my ancestors in heaven.
Always pray for me whenever you are praying with your family. A Christian that is persistently in prayer will always achieve result Jesus teaches about prayer to his disciples, asked them to pray persistently , a prayerless Christian is a powerless Christian. Start praying now because prayer is the key, prayer is a constant disturbance from man to God for desired needs, there is a standard for prayer which Jesus explained in the book of Matt.6:5-14, adoration, confession, supplication and thanksgiving.
Once again can you be honesty to do this work for God almighty?
Remain bless in the Lord.
Rev John Paul.
It was the last time I heard about the dying Rev. John Paul.I am sorry, but we do not do business with people who are not members of our Congregation. If you had been healthy, I would have offered you to become a member of the church (after which we could have discussed the business). But you are in your last days of life, so all you have to do is pray. Intensive. Deep.
Strangely, on the same day I received 2 different messages addressed directly to Secretary Nectarie (I do not use Nectarie's address to send ASEMs never, so surely those 2 messages are indisputably linked by Rev. John Paul).
- One of the messages is this:
- The second message is this:Dear sir/Ma
I am led in my spirit to write anyone in your commission that has a prophet calling about the experiences I've been having lately in dreams & divine revelation through the written word of God-the Bible...I can be reached on +234701966****...Direct line/WhatsApp.i am 55yrs old a practicing Christian from Abia state in Nigeria. My name is brother Amiade Emionye. I am married with 3kids ...a twin girls& a boy to the glory of God.
Bro. Amiadi Emieonye.
My names are Ezechuku Namidi Obi. I'm from Nigeria. I bumped into your Church website and was marveled by your teachings. I'm highly interested to become your member.
Please guide me accordingly sir
Bless your kind heart
I continue to correspond with both idiots, but the one who answers most promising is the second one (Mr. Obi)... this is his story.
- father Nectarie wrote back to Obi... I took into account that the idiot might have something to do with Quin, so I took the opportunity to mention the premature end of the "previous Nigerian parish".
- Obi to father Nectarie:Dear brother Obi, God bless you!
Let me tell you that we are a Christian Church, we believe that Jesus is that Sacred Lamb that has been crucified for our sins and we believe that we should carry the heavy burden of humanity on our shoulders. Our main headquarters is in Aberdeen (UK) and we have few small branches in America, Canada, Europe and Africa. We do charity and support especially the orphans, the elders and the homeless. We consider it our duty to help those in need.
If you are really a Christian and if you want to establish a parish in your village, we will be happy to support you. Of course, we will need to know you better and for that I ask you to send me some details about you, about your life, about your family... anything you think can help us to know who is the man who wants to be our Reverend in Nigeria.
I have to tell you that we have already tried to inaugurate a Nigerian diocese, but that man we chose to represent us turned out to be a bad man who did not deserve our financial and moral help. So we were forced to excommunicate him and suspend the activity of his parish. I hope you are our Chosen One!
I am waiting for your message with all the required details.
Be blessed, in the sacred name of our Holy Lamb!
- Where the Faith is strong, nothing can stop the work of the Lord , so father Nectarie wrote to our idiot... of course, it is always useful to remember about the material advantages: salaries, bonuses, sponsorships. So:Good Morning Father,
I have been in deep thoughts since after reading your last e-mail. This is a decision I don't have to make in a hurry so I decided to think over it again and again.
Now about me, my full names are Ezechuku Namidi Obi. Obi is my surname. I'm an Anglican by birth and the last son and the 5th child in a family of 7.
My father's name is Chief Samuel Obi and he's late. My mother is a retired school principal and a Lay Reader in the Anglican communion.
I'm presently married with 2 sons and living in Owerri the state capital of Imo State in Nigeria. I'm presently doing a voluntary work as a cordinator in the Public Safety department of Imo State government.
I have great desire to serve God in honest and in truth. I stumbled on your church webpage and after a thorough reading and meditation into what your church teaches and presents, I felt an inner urge inside me to be a part of your church. I found love and desire in the doctrines and what your church believes in. "Extending corporal work of mercy to the poor and needy".
I would need some clarifications father.
Do I have to be single before I can become a reverend in your church and someone to plant your church around my area and country in general? As practiced in Catholic churches?
Can I become a reverend in your church and the chosen one without underdoing the processes required to become an ordained priest ?
I'm not presently an ordained Priest but someone who has the zeal to work in God's vineyard and help propagate the gospel of your church in Nigeria.
Thank you Father for your time and hoping to read from you soon.
Yours in Christ,
- A hopeful candidate writes to father Nectarie:Brother Obi, may God bless you!
Son, let me confess that your sincere words delight me and make me think that maybe you are the providential man we need to set up a new nigerian Parish.
The Faith is not something that is learned in school, but something you are born with. If you really are a good Christian man, if you want to be with us, if you feel that the Call is strong in your soul and if you think you could be our local Reverend there, then we can discuss it in detail. Please, think very well and do not rush! The Faith is something you choose to share with your brothers and sisters! You will have the opportunity to be our representative and you will have to take care of all your sheep there.
I will try to answer all your questions, and if there are things that are not sufficiently explained I will ask you to let me know.
The Admission Process among our community members has a few simple steps:
- You will need to apply to become a member of the church. It is about a simple request and a photo taken under the necessary conditions according to the regulations. Everything will be explained in detail.
- To become a Reverend, you will need to be able to gather around you a number of parishioners who want to follow you and become your flock. Together with them you will go through the next steps of Admission, and we will be with you with advice and guidance.
Your final Baptism Ceremony is equivalent to the official recognition of the existence of your new Parish and your appointment as Local Reverend. The development and charity budget as well as the monthly salaries for you and your assistants will be discussed immediately after graduation. Also, usually an installation bonus is offered for the Reverend (for the proper equipping of the parish with all the necessary equipment - computers, telephones, printers, etc. and for purchasing all the necessary materials for the daily activity). But all these are just minor details that will be treated separately, immediately after the final Baptism Ceremony.
So, if Faith is strong in your heart and if you have some trustworthy people around you who want to follow you, then we are willing to give you the chance to become our new Reverend and to establish our new Parish. It is a huge responsibility, which comes with benefits as well as obligations. If you accept this important task, then you and your people must become members of our community and be baptized in the sacred spirit of the Holy Lamb. I know the Admission Process is something formal, but it must be done according to our Sacred Rules. My assistant (the first secretary of the church) will assist you throughout the entire process and it will explain all the necessary steps, so that it will be easy for you to understand what the requirements are.
Think well and talk to all those around you about this responsibility; you don't have to give me the answer right now. Look into your soul and find the answer there!
Be blessed, in the sacred name of our Holy Lamb!
- Of course he has some questions, but we will proceed as usual: we will talk a lot about money and we'll minimize the Admission process steps. Father Nectarie writes to Obi:Greetings Father Nectarie
Thank you for your prompt response. I will like to know some further details before I can be able to make up my mind.
How is the Baptism process conducted? I hope it will be in line with the holy bible and hope that the sacred rules of your Baptism is not anything fetish of some sorts but typically inline with the Holy Bible?
Will the Baptism and all the process and our communication be basically online alone? No form of physical meeting ?
I will so appreciate meeting you or anyone associated with your church in person some day soon or during these Baptism and guidance process for smoother correspondence.
How many number of flocks do I need minimiun to start a parish? I have already gathered 4 people working under me whom I have told about my new found faith and they are ready to follow me but want to confirm if everything associated to your church is 100% a Christian group.
Bless your kind heart sir.
I can be able to send you pictures of me if I can have a direct WhatsApp line to reach you.
- Obi to father Nectarie... everything seems to sound very good, so he is determined to try to become a Reverend.Dear my son,
Normally, the Admission process takes place under the natural guidance of one of our representatives who is present in the new parish and who supervises everything in accordance with the rules of the holy church. But we are now living in difficult times and the Covid pandemic has made it impossible to travel, so this time all the preparations will be made online, via email.
A functioning parish has a minimum number of 12 parishioners, just as our Lord Jesus had 12 apostles. From these, you will choose those 2 assistants who will help you lead the parish. They will be chosen from the most dedicated and faithful of your parishioners. Obviously our desire is for you to be able to gather around you as many adherents as possible, so that the sheep are shepherded as Jesus tells us in his teachings.
You don't have to rush to send anything yet, because all those things will be done under the direct guidance of the church secretary. Son, we work in the traditional way and all the details are recorded in the administrative archive of the church, so you will be advised not to make decisions before talking to the church secretary. For details on our activities related to prayer, charity and orphanage it is useful to study the church website.
I asked Linoline to agree to help me again, so the church secretary (Sister Dave) will be on the scene soon.Father Nectarie
Thank you for the clarification. I have had my eyes glued on the church website.
And believe everything is falling into place.
I will love to speak to the church secretary for further details of the admission process.
May his name be praised.
- father Nectarie wrote a message to Obi and sister Davina:
===Brother Obi, God bless you!
If your decision is final and you want to become our new Reverend in Nigeria, then please contact our Congregation Secretary (sister Dave Weelson - you will find her email address in CC) and begin the Admissions procedure immediately. If all goes well, in maximum 3 weeks we can register our new parish there and we can send the first financial funds necessary for the operation (salaries, development budget and installation bonus). It all depends only on you and the people around you. A good Reverend has the support of his community, this is the essence of a functional parish! After you will be appointed as the local Reverend of our new Parish there, we will continue with the legal registration with the local authorities. It will be your duty to deal with the issue of all the necessary authorizations. We will discuss all these details at the right time and we will define together the annual budget that will be allocated to your parish (the salary for you and your assistants, the installation bonus, the amounts needed for the local charity, the amounts needed for the daily functioning of the parish, etc.).
Dear sister Dave, blessings!
Please guide our brother Obi and make sure he understands and respects all our procedures. He is a good Christian, he's a responsible and trustworthy man, so I decided to give him the opportunity to become our local Reverend and to establish a new parish there. Explain to him all the necessary steps and help him with all the information that he will ask for. He is already a Christian man and has summary knowledge about our Religion, so we will apply the summary procedure for Admission (only those last 3 steps) and then we will allow them to finish the Admittance process with the Baptism Ceremony.
I want to be kept up to date with the evolution of the admission process and the related formalities.
I will intervene as often as necessary.
Glory to the Holy Lamb, glory to Jesus!
Be blessed, all of you, in the sacred name of our Holy Lamb!
From his final reactions, I begin to believe that he has nothing to do with Quin and I hope that he will agree to go through all the necessary steps of the Admission process among the illustrious Reverends of the Holy Lamb church. May the milk and honey flow on his head, in front of the pyramid built by himself and his parishioners! Hallelujah, amen!