Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, Founder and President of LoveWorld Incorporated, popularly known as Christ Embassy, has stated that the people criticizing men of God are cursed
While peaching at the cross over service on Thursday, December 31, the clergyman said he always advises his people never to criticize pastors.
“I usually tell those in my ministry, don’t criticise God’s people, especially the ministers of God. Leave them alone for the Bible says ‘whatever they do, they do them unto the Lord.’
You’re not the one to accuse another man’s servant. Don’t join anybody to criticise other ministers. I tell my family members the same thing. Leave them alone because there are curses against those who do so.
If you do, you find out sickness won’t leave your home; there would always be one terrible thing about your family. So, don’t join those who do that, they are ignorant.
Don’t let any man push you against the church of Christ, it doesn’t matter what your political position is. Refuse to accept anyone telling you to destroy the church.
Whatever you want to do, do it, but don’t touch the church of God. I warn you, leave the churches of God alone. The church of God cannot be defeated.”
The cleric was earlier today in the news after he stated that the authourities do not have the right to tell the Church how long it should hold its service.
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