Article 1 Main Title: Joseph Prince committed the Greatest Sin by Mocking Jesus’ Greatest Commandment – By Rev George Ong


Sub Title: Joseph Prince’s doctrine on the Greatest

Commandment was demolished by 7 heavyweights: Martyn Lloyd-Jones, JI Packer, DA Carson, Arthur Pink, John Stott, John Wesley and AW Tozer


Article 2: Joseph Prince said his critics are precious, yet he also said they are the devil & jealous of him.


YouTube Comment that came this morning:




“How does one tear down a person?


One way is to tear down a person’s words.


Joseph Prince is actively engaging


in overdrive, tearing down the words of Christ,


especially in the gospels bit by bit,


and repeatedly in different ways over extended time,


and in so doing,


he is in de facto tearing down the Person of Jesus Christ


and building a different Jesus,


and a different gospel to his followers.”


George Ong’s comments:


That is why I kept on saying


that Joseph Prince is preaching a different Jesus from the Bible


and also, a different gospel that cannot save.




1. Yesterday, Joseph Prince preached after an absence of two Sundays.


2. Note there is 1 video each


on John MacArthur & Pastor Peter Tan-chi


& 6 videos on Joseph Prince.


3. Don’t miss the short articles of


Martyn Lloyd-Jones, JI Packer, DA Carson, Arthur Pink,


John Stott, John Wesley & AW Tozer,


especially the last article by Tozer.


(This article was also sent to Rev Dr Ngoei Foong Nghian, General Secretary, National Council of Churches of Singapore (NCCS) office, and for the attention of the Executive Committee Members.)


Article 1 Main Title: Joseph Prince committed the Greatest Sin by Mocking Jesus’ Greatest Commandment – By Rev George Ong


Please click here


to view the entire video.


In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube,


yesterday, 18 Feb 2024, Joseph Prince said;


Please click here to view the 30-second video:


“‘Ah, Pastor Prince, the Bible says,


‘You shall love God with all your heart,


with all your soul,


all your might,


all your strength.’


This is the First and Greatest Commandment.


Alright, now, watch this, church.


What is the Greatest Commandment?


You must love God with all your heart,


all your soul, all your mind, all your strength.


Now, every time someone tells me that, right,


I asked the question, have you done it?


You know until today, I have not found an answer.


Nobody can say yes, I have done it.”


In a sermon, Joseph Prince said;


Please click here to view the 30-second video:


“When I was a youth pastor, I used to preach;


‘You got a love God, man.’


I could preach, man.


I could preach and you will feel hell fire burning in your bottom.


You almost feel like looking down there.


I could preach like that.


I used to preach,


“You’ve got a love God more.”


I’d preach my young people, our youth fellowship.


“You gotta love God more! You gotta love God!”


You got to have that kind of tone.


And the young people will shout,


“Amen! Yeah! Preach it! Pastor!”


They don’t know what they’re getting.


And the Greatest Commandment is what?


“Thou shalt love God with all your heart, all your soul,”


Has anyone done it?


No one did it.


No one could do it.”


George Ong’s comments:


The arrogant tone that Joseph preached in both sermons


showed he was mocking the Greatest Commandment of Jesus.


Does Jesus expect us to be perfect


in our obedience to Him


regarding the Greatest Commandment?


Of course not!


But does Christ expect total commitment


to obey the Greatest Commandment?


He certainly does!


But just because we are not perfect,


does not mean that we can escape all the commitments


that Jesus requires of us.


This is exactly what Joseph Prince does


– using the excuse that we are not perfect


to free us from all our commitments to Jesus,


including obeying the Greatest Commandment.


To Joseph Prince – that just because it is hard to do,


means we don’t have to do,


hence, concocting a feel-good and easy salvation


– that we don’t even have to obey the Greatest Commandment


that has deceived and hooked the millions into his camp.


And by the way, I wonder whether Joseph Prince


really believes in his grace teaching?


If Joseph Prince does,


he should have said to the people (but he doesn’t):


“Hey, I know it’s tough to obey the Greatest Commandment,


that we must love God with our heart,


mind, soul and strength.


But that’s where we need the grace of God


to empower us to do that which is humanly impossible


because grace can supersede our wildest imagination.”


If Joseph Prince cannot even comprehend


the simple difference between perfection and commitment,


how in the world can he be a world-renowned grace teacher?


Let’s hear what John MacArthur has to say


to further educate Joseph Prince.


In a sermon, John Macarthur said;


Please click here to view the 1-minute-and-30-second video:


“Now the theme here of course


is to love the Lord your God as expressed in verse 30.


It is a command.


You shall love the Lord your God.


This is the foundation of spiritual life.


It is the beginning of true spiritual life,


to love the Lord your God imperfectly.


It is the culmination of spiritual life in heaven


to love the Lord your God perfectly.


We endeavour to obey that command as believers


although we are imperfect in our obedience,


we long for the day


when we will in His presence love Him perfectly.    


So loving God is both the beginning


and the end of a relationship with God.


It is what it is to be a believer in God.


It is what it means to be a Christian,


to be a lover of God.


It is the most defining attitude


that we can express in explaining who we are.


Now this then is a definition of what it means


to be a believer and have a relationship with God,


but it is also a universal command.


It is a universal command and it must be stated


that disobedience to this command


is why hell will be forever populated.


The world has been, is, and will be full of people


who refuse to love God.


This is the great consummate command,


disobedience to which brings about


divine and eternal judgment and punishment.


Nothing is more critical than this command.”


In a sermon, Pastor Peter Tan-chi said;


Please click here to view the 1-minute video:


“How do you love God with all your heart?


Number 3, Obey.


The greatest motivation should be love.


What can we learn about David?


Notice, ‘I found David, the son of Jesse,


a man after my heart, who will do all my will.’


To love God with all your heart is obedience.


It does not mean perfection.


But it means deep in your heart,


you’ve decided you will want to do all of God’s will.


Notice, to ‘do all my will’.


Not selective. Not 90 percent. Not 95 percent? All.


Does it mean you will never make a mistake?


Of course not.


David made mistakes. 


Jesus explained this clearly in John 14:15.


It’s so simple.


According to Jesus; if you love me, what will you do?


You will keep my commandments.


 So simple.


Why is this the Greatest Commandment?


If you love God, if you love Jesus;


if you love me, you will keep my commandments.


So how do you know you love God?


Are you obeying Him 100 percent.”


George Ong’s comments:


Now you know why Joseph Prince


is fighting tooth and nail


over the Greatest Commandment.


This is because Joseph Prince is against our obedience. 


So far, I have never heard him preach


a single sermon on our obedience.


Joseph Prince may say,


‘Who says I’m against obedience?’


Then preach it, Joe, not only once but preach it regularly,


so people can be convinced you aren’t against it.


Now, I will let 7 heavyweights:


Martyn Lloyd-Jones, JI Packer, DA Carson, Arthur Pink,


John Stott, John Wesley and AW Tozer


do the job of demolishing Joseph Prince’s teaching


that the Greatest Commandment of Jesus


is irrelevant to New Covenant believers.


In ‘Faith on Trial, Psalm 73,’


Martyn Lloyd-Jones said:


“When a man asked Him (Jesus)


which was the greatest commandment of all,


He said,


‘Thou shalt love the Lord thy God


with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind… 


And the second is like unto it,


Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself’ (Matt. 22:37, 39).


The first thing, the most important thing in life,


is that we so know God


that we love Him with the whole of our being.


To be satisfied with anything short of that,


or with anything less than that


is to misunderstand the whole end and object


and purpose of Christian salvation.”


George Ong’s comments:


Martyn Lloyd-Jones said that


to be satisfied with anything short or anything less


than knowing that we are to love God


 with the whole of our being,


‘is to misunderstand the whole end and object


and purpose of Christian salvation.’


This means Joseph Prince isn’t saved to begin with


as he doesn’t even understand the meaning of salvation.


In ‘Romans, An Exposition of Chapter 10 Saving Faith,’


Martyn Lloyd-Jones said:


“I should live to the glory of God with all my being;


I should love Him with all my heart, soul, mind and strength,


and my neighbour as myself.


God deserves it and God demands it.


So, if I am not giving it, I am a terrible sinner.”


George Ong’s comments:


Martyn Lloyd-Jones said that


one who disobeys the Greatest Commandment


is a terrible sinner.


If that is the case,


Joseph Prince must be the most terrible sinner


as not only does he disobey the Commandment himself,


but he is instigating a whole host of people


to disobey the same command


by deceiving them that


it is under the Old Covenant of Law.


In ‘Knowing God by JI Packer,’


JI Packer wrote:


“Now, if you are a Christian,


you know that you, too, are being claimed in the same way.


God did not spare his Son, but delivered him up for you;


Christ loved you, and gave himself for you,


to save you out of the spiritual Egypt of bondage to sin and Satan.


The first commandment, in its positive form,


is put to you by Christ himself:


“‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart


and with all your soul and with all your mind.’


This is the First and Greatest Commandment” (Mt 22:37-38).


The claim rests on the right of both creation and redemption,


and it cannot be evaded.”


George Ong’s comments:


JI Packer said that the claim by God


for us to love Him with our whole being,


“rests on the right of both creation and redemption,


and it cannot be evaded.”


This means that Joseph Prince


who not only evaded loving God with his whole being,


but taught it as something obsolete for us


because it is under the Old Covenant of Law,


doesn’t possess salvation in the first place,


as he doesn’t even understand what redemption is.


In ‘Rediscovering Holiness, By JI Packer,’


JI Packer wrote:


“God is good and gracious to all His creatures,


and has so loved the world as to give His only Son


to suffer on the cross for our salvation.


Active thanksgiving that expresses thankfulness of heart


is the only proper response,


and is in fact one of God’s permanent requirements.


Unthankfulness and unlove toward Himself


are as culpable in His sight


as are any forms of untruthfulness and unrighteousness


in dealing with our fellow-humans.


Transgressing the First and Greatest Commandment


has to be the first and greatest sin (see Matt. 22:34-40).”


George Ong’s comments:


This means Joseph Prince


who mocked and taught against loving God with our entire being


because it is under Law,


has transgressed the first and Greatest Commandment,


and hence, has committed the first and greatest sin.


Since Joseph Prince has not even shown a single trace of remorse


and teaches against Christ’s Greatest Commandment with reckless abandon,


how can he be saved in the first place?


In ‘The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God,’


DA Carson wrote:


“(1) God’s intra-Trinitarian love ensures the plan of redemption…


(2) God’s providential love protects us, feeds us, clothes us, and forbears to destroy us when mere justice could rightly write us off…


(3) God’s yearning, inviting, commanding love, supremely displayed in the cross, “compels us…


(4) God’s effective, electing love toward us enables us to see the sheer glory and power of Christ’s vicarious death on our behalf, by which we are reconciled to God…


(5) God continues to love us-not only with the immutable love that ensures we are more than conquerors through Christ who loved us (Rom. 8)…


All this has transformed us,


so that we in turn perceive the sheer rightness of the first commandment


– to love God with heart and soul and mind and strength.


As that is the First and Greatest commandment,


so, the first and greatest sin


is not to love God with heart and soul and mind and strength.


For this there is no remedy,


save what God himself has provided


– in love.”


George Ong’s comments:


Joseph Prince, who does not love God with his whole being


because he said it is an impossible endeavour,


has committed the first and greatest sin.


If Joseph Prince does not truly repent


and recant this unholy teaching,


hell would be his final abode.


In ‘Studies in the Scriptures, Annual Volume 1949,’


Arthur Pink wrote:


“No reservation is allowed us


by the extensive rule which God has set before us:


we are required to love Him with all our hearts,


be sanctified in our whole spirit and soul and body,


and “grow up into him [Christ] in all things” (Eph 4:15).


Nothing less than perfection “in every good work”


is the standard at which we must aim.


Absolute perfection is not attainable here,


but the perfection of sincerity is demanded of us


– honest endeavour and genuine effort to please God.


The mortification of our lusts, submission unto God under trials,


the performance of impartial and universal obedience,


is ever our bounden duty.


Of ourselves, we are quite incapable of discharging our duties, and therefore,


we must pray continually for supplies of grace to enable us thereunto.


Not only are we dependent upon God for the beginning of every good work,


but also for the continuance and progress of the same.


Emulate Paul:


“Not as though I had already attained, either were already perfect:


but I follow after…reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark” (Phi 3:12-14).


George Ong’s comments:


Joseph Prince obviously does not comprehend


the difference between perfection and sincerity.


What God requires of us in loving Him with our whole being


is not absolute perfection but total sincerity and authenticity.


Being a grace teacher on the world’s stage,


Joseph Prince is a total letdown.


This is because he doesn’t even understand


that the more difficult God’s demand is,


the more grace we would need to rely on Him


to accomplish that which is impossible.


In ‘Basic Christianity,’


John Stott wrote:


“The Ten Commandments, although a series of negative prohibitions,


set out our duty to God and to others.


… This is the First and Greatest commandment.


And the second is like it: Love your neighbour as yourself.


… It is important to notice that the first commandment


concerns our duty to God,


and not our duty to other people.


We are to love God first;


and then we are to love our neighbour as ourselves.


So God’s order is that we put him first,


others next,


self, last.


Sin is the reversal of the order.


It is to put ourselves first,


our neighbour next,


and God somewhere in the background.”


George Ong’s comments:


Joseph Prince epitomises what John Stott has described.


He has sinfully put self, first


– that God must love us,


or we must experience God’s love first,


before we even talk about loving Him.


In ‘The Cross of Christ,’


John Stott wrote:


“The emphasis of Scripture, however,


is on the godless self-centredness of sin.


Every sin is a breach of what Jesus called


‘the First and Great commandment’,


not just by failing to love God with all our being,


but by actively refusing to acknowledge


and obey him as our Creator and Lord.


We have rejected the position of dependence


which our createdness inevitably involves,


and made a bid for independence.


Worse still, we have dared


to proclaim our self-dependence, our autonomy,


which is to claim the position occupied by God alone.”


George Ong’s comments:


Joseph Prince who refuses to love God with His entire being,


by teaching that it is impossible.


has sinned against Him.


By harbouring the ungodly doctrine


that we should be first loved by God,


he has placed himself in the place and position


that can be occupied by God and Him alone.


In ‘The Complete Works of John Wesley, Volume 1, Journals 1735-1745, by John Wesley,’


John Wesley wrote:


“Fri. 29. — I largely explained,


‘Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty:’


Namely, liberty to obey the whole will of God;


to be and do whatsoever he hath commanded:


In a word, to love God with all our heart,


and to serve him with all our strength.”


George Ong’s comments


While John Wesley sees loving God with all our heart


as positive form of liberty,


Joseph Prince sees it


as a negative form of legalism and impossibility.


In ‘The Complete Works of John Wesley, Volume 3, Journals 1760-1773,’


John Wesley wrote:


“After spending a day or two very comfortably at Brecknock, on Monday, 17,


I preached in the Castle at Carmarthen; and on Tuesday, 18, in the new House at Haverfordwest, far the neatest in Wales.


There is a considerable increase in this society, and not in number only.


After preaching on Wednesday evening,


we had such a meeting as I have seldom known.


Almost every one spoke, as well as they could for tears,


and with the utmost simplicity;


and many of them appeared to know “the great salvation,”


to love God with all their heart.”


“Tuesday, 12. I preached at Norton at noon, and afterwards met those who can “rejoice evermore,” and “pray without ceasing.”


We had another comfortable opportunity at Yarm in the evening,


where I found a greater number of those who believe God


has enabled them to love him with all their heart and soul.”


George Ong’s comments:


John Wesley sees the obedience of the Greatest Commandment


as integrally linked to our salvation.


That being the case,


Joseph Prince, who despised the Greatest Commandment,


has disqualified himself from the same salvation.


In ‘The Very Best of AW Tozer,’


AW Tozer wrote:


“One of the puzzling questions likely to turn up sooner or later


to vex the seeking Christian


is how he can fulfill the scriptural command


to love God with all his heart and his neighbor as himself.


… The love the Bible enjoins is not the love of feeling;


it is the love of willing,


… To love God with all our heart we must first of all will to do so.


We should repent our lack of love


and determine from this moment on


to make God the object of our devotion.


We should set our affections on things above


and aim our hearts toward Christ and heavenly things.


We should read the Scriptures devotionally every day


and prayerfully obey them,


always firmly willing to love God with all our heart


and our neighbor as ourself.”


George Ong’s comments:


If we place our will to love Him with our total being


into the hands of God,


He will empower us to that


which we cannot think or even imagine. 


But if the will is lacking and worse, unbelief


and even a scornful attitude towards loving God,


as it is in the case of Joseph Prince,


even God cannot help him.


In ‘The Very Best of AW Tozer,’


AW Tozer wrote:


“The First and Greatest Commandment


is to love God with every power of our entire being.


Where love like that exists,


there can be no place for a second object.


If we love God as much as we should,


Surely, we cannot dream of a loved object beyond Him,


which He might help us to obtain.


Bernard of Clairvaux begins his radiant little treatise


on the love of God with a question and an answer.


The question, why should we love God?


The answer, Because He is God.


He develops the idea further,


but for the enlightened heart little more need be said.


We should love God


because He is God.


Beyond this the angels cannot think.


Being who He is,


God is to be loved for His own sake.


He is the reason for our loving Him…”


George Ong’s comments:


This means Joseph Prince, who speaks against loving God


because it is under the Old Covenant,


does not understand the concept


that God and God alone is the reason for loving Him.


No reasons need to be adduced


to justify our love for Him. 


In ‘God Tells the Man who Cares, Compiled by Anita M. Baliley,’


AW Tozer wrote:


“One of the great saints of the past,


in a well-known hymn,


calls on his tongue to break its “guilty silence”


and praise the Lord.


The logic behind the stanza is that


if it is right to praise God,


it is wrong not to praise Him


and for that reason,


the tongue that is silent is sinful.


Dr. R.A. Torrey taught that,


since the greatest commandment is to love God,


the greatest sin is failure to love Him.


Such sins as not praising and not loving


are called “sins of omission”


because no positive act has been committed.


The guilt lies in what is not done


and might be designated as passive guilt


rather than active.


But though passive, it is nonetheless real.


Under the Law of Moses,


a man could incur guilt


by keeping still about some evil he knew


was present in the camp of the Lord,


and in the New Testament, James tells us bluntly,


“Therefore to him that knoweth to do good,


and doeth it not, to him it is sin” (James 4:17).


Is it not a serious thought


that many clean-living, decent persons,


against whom no overt act of wrongdoing


can be charged,


may yet be deeply guilty and inwardly stained


with the sin that does not show,


the sin of silence and inaction?


There are moral situations


where it is immoral to say nothing


and basely immoral to do nothing.


The Bible has much to say in praise of prudence and circumspection,


but it has nothing


but condemnation for the coward.


It is plainly taught in the New Testament


that the soul that is too timid


to own Christ before men on earth


will be denied before the Father who is in heaven (Matthew 10:33).


And in the book of the Revelation


the fearful are classed with the unbelievers,


the murderers, the whoremongers, the sorcerers, the liars,


and all are relegated to the lake


which burns with fire and brimstone (Rev 21:8):


Revelation 21:8 NIV

8 But the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those who practice magic arts, the idolaters and all liarsthey will be consigned to the fiery lake of burning sulfur. This is the second death.”


Obviously moral cowardice is a sin,


a grave and deeply injurious sin.


The fear that keeps us quiet


when faith and love and loyalty


cry out for us to speak


is surely evil and must be judged as evil


before the bar of eternal justice.


The fear that prevents us from acting


when the honor of God and the good of mankind


call for bold action


is unalloyed iniquity.


God will not overlook it


and, if it is persisted in,


He will not forgive it.


The sinfulness of silence and inaction


is more than academic;


it is sharply practical


and may impinge upon the soul


of any one of us at anytime.


Let a moral situation shape itself


so that righteousness demands speech and action,


and theory becomes practical fact instantly.


We have but to keep still and sit tight


to become guilty of real sin.


The world situation today is such that sin by silence


may be more widespread


than at any other time in the history of the world.


… Could it be that too many of God’s true children,


and especially the preachers,


are sinning against God


by guilty silence?


When those whose eyes are opened by the touch of Christ


become vocal and active God


may begin to fight again on the side of truth.


I for one am waiting to hear the loud voices


of the prophets and reformers


sounding once more


over a sluggish and drowsy church.


They’ll pay a price for their boldness,


but the results will be worth it.”


George Ong’s comments:


What penetrating insights as contained in this article 


that calls for our sober and deep reflection


on the part of everyone,


especially Pastors and Leaders of churches.


Silence is not an option and even grossly sinful


in the face of heresy.


The Singapore Church leadership


in allowing the heresies of Joseph Prince


to be preached openly without restraint,


is reprehensible and even disgraceful.


What we need in the Singapore Church Leadership


is courage and not the silence of cowardice.


Joseph Prince has mocked the teachings of Jesus again.


I will not go the way of the vast and silent majority,


but the way of AW Tozer.


Yes, I have paid a heavy price for speaking up,


Yet, as Tozer also said, it is all worth the while,


as I see more and more people being delivered


from the demonic stranglehold of Joseph Prince.  


“Silence is the refuge of the cowardly to avoid trouble for speaking the truth.” (George Ong)


“When lies are openly paraded and truth assaulted, remaining silent is morally abhorrent.” (George Ong)


“In the face of the onslaught of lies and falsehoods, silence is the usual vocabulary of the morally weak.” (George Ong)


“Silence is not golden but grotesque especially when heretical lies are openly preached as biblical truths.” (George Ong)


“Silence is the symptom; the lack of moral courage is the cause.” (George Ong)


“When the leadership is silent at the blatant preaching of heresy, the day of spiritual decay has already set in.” (George Ong)



Article 2: Joseph Prince said his critics are precious, yet he also said they are the devil & jealous of him.


In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube,


yesterday, 18 Feb 2024, Joseph Prince said;


Please click here to view the 7-second video:


“Even the one that criticise you,


you know the people that criticise me and all that,


you know how I see them?


Precious in my heart of my Lord Jesus.” 


Wah, so touching!


True or not?


In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube,


yesterday, 18 Feb 2024, Joseph Prince said;


Please click here to view the 7-second video:


“The devil is afraid of this.


That’s why the devil is attacking this teaching


and also assassinating the people, their characters.


I mean their names, or whatever it is.


The devil is trying to assassinate,


stop them from preaching.”


Joseph Prince said the devil is character assassinating his teaching.


And he also said that his critics are character assassinating him.


In a sermon, Joseph Prince said:


Please click here to view the 25-second video:


“And anyone preaches that, we don’t understand,


so, we assassinate him, his character, I mean.


I have been assassinated,


my character have been assassinated.


I don’t know why it gets stronger and stronger by the grace of God.


Ya, it seems like people throw rocks right.


So, we assassinate him, his character, I mean.


I have been assassinated,


my character have been assassinated.”


So, Joseph Prince now equates his critics as the devil,


who character assassinated him.


Think with me,


how can Joseph Prince see his critics as precious in Jesus’ eyes,


yet at the same time, treats them as the devil?


If you aren’t convinced, here is another proof.


In a sermon, Joseph Prince said,


Please click here to view the 10-second video:


“People that are small don’t get hit.


If you are jealous, say you are jealous.


Don’t bring your jealousy


into the social media and poison everybody.”


Now do you know why plenty of his supporters


accused his critics of being jealous of him?


They took the cue from Joseph Prince,


who wants his supporters to see his critics as jealous people


as a distraction,


so that he doesn’t have to explain himself


regarding many of the true accusations


his critics have levelled against him.


Hey Joe, please make up your mind, Leh.


One moment, you said your critics are precious in your eyes.


The next moment, you accused them of being jealous.


You may say, some videos are from the past.


So what!


Question is, have you repented and recanted


from the plenty of arrogant statements,


you made in the past?


I have never heard you recant anything in public.


So those videos, whether in the present or from the past,


represent your real character.


So, don’t bluff!


My Parting Shot to Joseph Prince:


“Hey Joe,


I noticed you improve a bit,


more careful in your preaching, yesterday.


Qualify here, qualify there.


So scared to be catch by me, right.


Give you a lot of stress, right.


You sweat more right, to prepare sermon.


That’s the idea, Lah.


My job is to make sure you sweat more and more.


But improvements still not good enough, Lah.


You still being outwitted by me.


I thought you are very witty, one,


Sorry Lah, you met your match.


Hey Joe, Li See Bay Tok, Leh (very poisonous).


Call your critics as devil.


How can?


You treat them as brothers in Christ, right.


But I can any time call you son of the devil


because I have never treated you as a brother in Christ,


but as a wolf in sheepskin from Day One,


leading people to hell.


Joseph Prince may say to George:


“Hey George, I say so many things about same issue,


why only some are highlighted by you in the video?


George would say to Joseph Prince:


Hey, be patient, Leh.


You work so long with me,


and still don’t know I’m super thorough in my work.


Not like you, so slipshod.


Hey, use logic, Lah,


How to highlight so many issues in one article.


Next change, Akan Dating, more to come.


And I will ‘fight’ you this week & next week, okay.


Next Sunday, look straight at me in the camera, okay.


Don’t be shy, Leh,


I hope my pair of eyes, staring at you,


didn’t make you Gabra (nervous).”


Rev George Ong