The Private Jets, the flock of Caucasian women singers and the begging pastorals, plus the most expensive lawyers money can buy, could not stop nor delay the downfall of the man. It may never put Humpty Dumpty together again.

Jesus’ teachings are timeless and profound. His lessons are still transforming and inspiring lives. Let us examine a few of His impactful sayings:

“I am the life, the truth, and the path. “Let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.” (Matthew 5:16) Our actions should reflect God’s love.

“Seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” (Matthew 6:33) Jesus emphasizes that He is the path to God and eternal life.
In the other hand , here is a short dossier of the man who claims that he is God’s own appointed son .

Here is what the web has to say about Pastor Apollo Carreon Quiboloy:

1. Sex Trafficking Allegations:

o FBI Investigation: In 2015, the FBI began investigating Quiboloy for human trafficking in Hawaii. The agency eventually indicted him in November 2021 for “conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking by force, fraud, and coercion, and sex trafficking of children.”

o Accusations: Quiboloy allegedly exploited women and minors within his organization, the Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC). These individuals were manipulated into believing that salvation was tied to their dedication to him, including sexual acts.

o Indictment Details: The indictment alleges that Quiboloy trafficked “pastorals” (privileged women who served as his personal assistants) and forced them into sexual encounters with him. Some of these women had traveled with him to the U.S.

o U.S. Treasury Sanctions: In December 2022, the U.S. Treasury Department imposed sanctions on Quiboloy, freezing his U.S. assets. These sanctions are a precursor to potential legal proceedings.

2. Previous Investigations:

o Gun Parts and Cash: In 2018, authorities detained Quiboloy in Hawaii after discovering undeclared cash and gun parts inside his private jet. This incident prompted the FBI to intensify its investigation into human trafficking allegations against him.

o Dismissed Cases: In 2020, Davao prosecutors dismissed rape and human trafficking cases against Quiboloy.

3. Defiance and Denial:

o Quiboloy has consistently denied the accusations, dismissing them as politically motivated and bogus.

o His legal counsel claims that the accusations are meant to discredit him and his church.

4. Ongoing Legal Situation:

o Despite being on the FBI’s most-wanted list for sex trafficking, Quiboloy has not faced trial yet. His influence as a media and religious figure in the Philippines may delay any legal proceedings.

o The allegations against him continue to raise serious concerns about human rights abuses and exploitation within his organization.

Yesterday, the Philippine Senate was able to issue an arrest order for the continued defiance of Pastor Apollo Carreon Quiboloy in not attending the Senate Hearing as led by the Senate Committee on Children and Women as Chaired by Senator Risa Hontiveros. Despite the days of the prayer rallies in support of the beleaguered persona in Quiboloy, still the tides had been steadily rising against him.

The “Appointed Son of God “ is perhaps thinking he may not be any more protected by his politician friends nor the angels of the real God.

In all, he is cut to size, looming a little bit smaller than he was, even in the most rabid supporters in his kingdom and in the halls of the Senate. Indeed, this narrative contrast the self-sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ and the self-serving appointed son of God is clear. The Private Jets, flock of Caucasian women singers and the begging pastorals, plus the most expensive lawyers money can buy, could not stop nor delay the downfall of the man. It will never put Humpty Dumpty together again.

Let us reflect on the hubris of Quiboloy and the humility of our Lord Jesus Christ as a study of contrast. Lent allows us the solitude and the chance. Lent tells us that death is sweeter than the sweet life. That power and material possessions can never give nor would it result to salvation.