15-year-old Latifah Smith-Nabengana from Ohio, claims that the father of the child in her womb is Jesus Christ. According to her, in July 2015, an “Angel of God” paid her a visit and told her that she had been chosen to bear the Christ’s son.
The young girl explained,
“He told me that he was a Nephilim, like those described in the Bible. He told that he had a message from Jesus, He said that I was going to be pregnant, and that I would give birth to a son, Jesus’ son.”
According to the Bible in the book of Genesis chapter 6 verse 4 : “The Nephilim were on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of men, and they bore children to them. Those were the mighty men who were of old, men of renown”, (ESV)
Although there has not been any news of the Nephilims for thousands of years now, the teenager’s family, being a very religious set of people, swallowed her claim hook, line and sinker, giving her all the support she needs though they were initially surprised when she made the announcement.
Dr. William Franklin Murphy, the medical doctor monitoring Latifah’s pregnancy, says he has full knowledge of his patient’s version of her pregnancy story but is not in a position to either confirm or dismiss her claims being constrained by medical ethics to dicuss the details of Miss Latifah’s pregnancy.
“For all I know, her pregnancy seems normal. Her claims of “Virgin pregnancy” are technically true, but that doesn’t mean there was a divine intervention. I can tell you that it’s a boy, but there is no way for me to determine if it is Jesus’ son until he is born. If she asks for a DNA test at that time, then we can tell you who the father is.”
Latifah Smith-Nabengana declared her readiness to go for a paternity test as soon as “Junior Jesus” is born just to prove that she is being truthful.
The controversial story of Latifah’s pregnancy has caused quite a stir in the Christian community and beyond as many people have taken to social media to refute the possibility of the reproduction of another Jesus. See some comments below.
“I laugh in Hebrew…..hahahahahahaha! The Doctor himself is not coming out straight. God will just be smiling in Heaven at the various deceptions of Men. Only Aliens will fall for this lie. She didn’t even mention one of those Apostles of old…..JESUS CHRIST KÈ! Jesus Christ didn’t mention in the Holy Bible that He will impregnate a teenager after His depature………I laugh in Hebrew again, hahhahhahaahaha. Thunder wey go fire these people dey do press up.”
“We can deceive ourselves, but we can’t deceive God, He is not an author of confusion! So young lady, go look for the father of your unborn baby b4 u incure the curse and wrath of God upon yourself and your unborn child! But if you retrace your step and say the truth our God being merciful will 4give and bless you.”
“This is a regrettable unfolding. There is just something not right in this claimed narrative. I am wondering to what purpose is this child to be born. It would be good to hear the full story and then we would be able to put the dots together.”
As we await the birth of this “wonder baby”, tell us what you think. Could this be true? Do you think a woman can be pregnant and still be a virgin in this generation? Or do you think this is just a nice way to avoid the shame that’ll be brought on the family if the truth is told, being a very religious family?