Pastor Adeboye counters Christ embassy clergyman who mocked Christians for wearing a mask - NATIONAL TRUMPET


Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Pastor Adeboye counters Christ embassy clergyman who mocked Christians for wearing a mask

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has urged all Christians to wear a mask and practice safe social distancing despite Christ Embassy pastor, Biodun Lawal berating of Christians and pastors who wear face masks to church.

National Trumpet recalls Biodun Lawal, a clergyman with Christ Embassy in a viral video said, it is a shame to wear the face mask in the presence of God and heaven is ashamed of Christians and pastors who wear a face mask to church.

On the contrary, Pastor Adeboye however, has directed Christians to pay no heed to such teachings and follow the prescribed COVID-19 protocols by wearing a mask and observing social distancing.
In a Tweet; He wrote👇;

Stay safe, wear a mask!

National Trumpet recalls Pastor Enoch Adeboye said that Nigeria may not have money or resources to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, but the country has God.

Delivering a sermon at his church’s first thanksgiving service of the year 2021 themed, ‘Divine Lifting’, Adeboye statement comes in response to a remark made by Billionaire Microsoft founder, Bill Gate, who recently said he didn’t understand why COVID-19 cases and fatalities were low in Africa, a region that lacked enough healthcare, financiRCCG.

According to Adeboye, God told him in his 2021 prophecy that the world has not learned its lesson.

“It is the God that reigns and rules in the affairs of men and the world must recognise his lordship in all that they do,” Pastor Adeboye said.

He assured Christian faithful that “any calamity that comes, we will survive”.

“Ebola came, we survived; coronavirus came, we survived and whatever may come in the future, we will survive because we will keep praising God,” the cleric stated.

He urged his listeners not to be afraid, declaring that God would take care of His own.  Toyin Abraham blasts those always begging her for money, says it’s frustrating

“There is fear in the air. Fear is a killer. Some people will die of hypertension because they are afraid. Coronavirus may not come near them at all, but fear can kill them,” he said.

“When you ask a man to do a job only God can do, don’t blame him if he makes mistakes. When I heard they closed down some restaurants, I was wondering. What about those of us who go to bukas (roadside eateries), how many bukas are you going to close? What are you going to do about people like me who eat boli (roasted plantain),” Adeboye said.

Adeboye, however, warned: “I do not say be careless. Wear your mask. We are particular about hygiene. Keep watching your hands. Do social distancing as much as possible. Obey the government. Wash your hands.”

He said, however, that he would not allow social distancing to stop him from laying hands on the sick. “The Lord told me loud and clear, RCCG is my Church. I can take care of my own. I will not be afraid. My God will take care of me,” he said.  Pastor Adeboye drags CAN, federal government over crossover service

“If you are ungrateful, he can withdraw what he has done. Sooner or later, you will need God again, so be grateful,” he said.

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