- Clergyman Apostle Suleman has dropped some words for Christians as Christmas draws near
- Suleman noted that Christmas day is about celebrating the birth of Christ and not his birthday
- The clergyman’s tweet was received with mixed reactions
With just a few days to Christmas popular Nigerian clergyman Apostle Johnson Suleman, has come out to share some vital words with Christian faithful around the world.
The man of God shared a post on the microblogging platform, Twitter, in which he noted what December 25th should connote and what should be celebrated.
According to Suleman, Christmas day is about celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ as opposed to celebrating his birthday.
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He advised that people focus on the reason for the season and not on the history. He said heavens celebrated so we ought also to do same.
"I understand history..lot's wife turned to salt. (Gen19.26).so should we stop eating salt?.RT," he added.
See the post below:
Followers of the man of God flooded his comment section with reactions to what he had posted. Read what some of them had to say below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Suleman joined popular Nigerian author Reno Omokri, to call for the boycott of popular movie streaming app, Netflix, over the release of a controversial movie that portrayed Christ as a closeted gay man.
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