Snap Shot of Prophecies

Laura Adorka Kofi, respectively called by her followers as “Mother Kofi”, was an evangelist and prophet ordained of God. Many of her prophecies have already come to pass with more in progress and more to come. Listed below are a few of her prophecies and teachings:

“Children, don’t see me, but see the Christ Spirit that is working within me.”
(As an evangelist, Mother Kofi first preached the gospel of Jesus Christ and then promoted self-help, cultural pride, dignity, and encourage business and commerce. The idea of praising Princess Kofi and not God was a myth she frequently attacked and most importantly, it’s a sin. [Exodus 20:3 and Isaiah 42:8]. Therefore, there is nothing in her teachings that suggests, otherwise.)

“My God called me out of Africa to come over here and tell you what He would have you to do.”
(God chooses whomever he pleases to do his work. As you will learn later in this document, Mother Kofi did not want to come to America. God knows all and can see all; there’s no getting away from His “All Seeing Eyes.” In fact, she tried to “run away” from God by traveling to other parts of Africa. The bible contains evidence of individuals who would rather flee from God or be frightened into reality before accepting God. [Jonah 1: 1 – 3] This also was the beginning of Princess’s conversion to Christianity. In the bible story of Apostle Paul, named Saul before his conversion, fell to the ground because of a bright light from heaven and the voice of Christ commanding Saul as to what he must do. [Acts 9: 3 – 6])

“Many will commit suicide, because they will be unable to stand the storms to come.”
(Suicide within America’s military service is at an ‘all time high’. During the fall of the stock market in 1929 and 2008, suicide became the choice of escape from facing devastating loss of income, livelihood and imminent poverty. American soldiers unable or ill-prepared to face mental and/or physical limitations and assimilating back into civilian life, are committing suicide at an all time high. Heads of households are killing their families because of unresolved domestic issues. Mankind has become more attuned to ‘stuff and things’ to being their god, instead of God Himself. [Psalm 50:15 and Luke 1:37])

“Children, hard times are around the corner. You are going to lose your jobs and never get them back. Times will be so hard until many of you will eat out of garbage cans. You will sign many papers to help your condition, but it will only be for a while. Many of you will be glad to work for something to eat.”
(God warned Mother Kofi of what was known in the 1930’s as the “Great Depression”. During the 1920’s, there was a since of prosperity and jobs were available. However, the Great Depression changed everything. In 2009, the world is in a deep recession. People have not only lost their jobs, they have lost their homes. When prosperity strives throughout the land, people forget about the true living God and make their homes, cars and money their god. Towns across America have lost jobs by the thousands. Big banks and major corporations are sitting on billions of dollars earned off the back of a few workers carrying a heavy workload. The rich is becoming richer and the poor is getting poorer. Soup kitchens are popping up across the country to feed the new homeless, middle-class America. “The greedy of a few, caused suffering for many.” Yes, the economy is now recovering. However, have we learned our lesson? [I Timothy 6: 6 – 10 and II Timothy 3: 1 – 5])

“There will come a time when they will not even spare the babies in the cradle.”
(Countless number of drive-by shootings across the nation has taken away innocent children lives. Miss-informed, heartless and selfish extremists are destroying innocent people and children, with the notion that they are doing a righteous work. [John 10:10 and John 16: 2 – 3] Young men ill-prepared for fatherhood and young women desiring attention and support were never trained or raised on how to nurture and care for their children; only to see the child expire as a result of abuse and/or neglect. It takes God, family and education to guard off this dilemma.)