- Nigerian OAP, Daddy Freeze, has taken to social media to call out Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie
- The actor had earlier made tweets in which he kicked against praying for his enemies
- According to Freeze, his belief is anti-Christ like, as it contradicts the teachings of Christ
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of the Nollywood actor, who took to his Twitter account to make a tweet in which he revealed he does not believe in praying for people that are considered as his enemies, or wishing them well.
Following this, Nigerian OAP Daddy Freeze, took to his Instagram account to condemn the actor's post, tagging it anti-Christ like. According to him, Edochie just proved to the world that he lacks the understanding of what Christianity is about.
Freeze went on to quote several bible scriptures supporting love for one's enemy and not repaying evil with evil. He further expressed his disappointment at the actor for the tweet, considering he is a public figure.
He wrote: "This is an anti Christ post; directly contradicting Christ, undermining the finished work on the cross, while showcasing to the world that you do NOT UNDERSTAND what Christianity is all about. How can you explain the verse below, from the mouth of the savior himself? Matthew 5:44 But I say, love your enemies! Pray for those who persecute you!
How can Christ say something and you say you believe something else, dig up an old expired psalm, from an old expired covenant and turn that into a religion while still calling yourself a christian. This, coming from a public figure, this is totally disappointing!"
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In a similar story, Freeze condemned the recent prayers of Pastor Adeboye. This came after the RCCG general overseer tweeted a prayer about God suspending protocols to favour people. Freeze not only condemned the prayer, he also stated that a recent prayer of Davido was better than the man of God's.
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