Tara's Diary

This “Touch not my prophet…” is bull crap! – Tara Aisida

Comments (3)
  1. 'Sọ̀jí Wey says:

    Preach it ‘Tárá.

    More people who profess Christ can learn from the Bereans mentioned in Acts 17:12. Search the scriptures, I say, and on this particular topic, Acts 10:26 comes to mind… “But Peter pulled him up and said, “Stand up! I’m a human being just like you!”

  2. Helen Agboire says:

    That “pastor’s” behaviour was as low as one could get and nothing you would expect to see from an influencer in the Christian space. I watched the video in consternation as he verbally abused a fellow human being from the pulpit, to such a large audience. I’ve never been a fan of his, and what little regard I may have had for him has quickly evaporated. Sadly, there’s many of such “Lord, Lord” calling prophets out there. Time will continue to tell.

  3. Bola Olusola says:

    Once again, you nailed it Tara!
    I have always thought that a person’s character and spirituality are separate entities. However,
    you need to bring one under total submission to the will of God before you can effectively function in the other. Being a Christian goes beyond confession, you must be seen to act like Christ at all times!

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