Wrath of God will consume people celebrating Christmas - Daddy Freeze

Wrath of God will consume people celebrating Christmas - Daddy Freeze

- Controversial OAP on church matters, Daddy Freeze, has shared his opinion about the popular Christmas holiday

- According to him, it is a pagan holiday dedicated to the worship of Baal

- The media personality has also agreed with pastor, Daniel Olukoya that the wrath of God faces people who celebrate Christmas

Religion is a topic that can easily get Africans in their feelings, particularly Nigerians, as they do not joke with the things of God.

Seeing as it is almost the end of the year, another religious argument on the origin of Christmas has started making the rounds.

Nigerian on-air-personality, Daddy Freeze, has been very vocal about his belief that Christmas is a pagan holiday dedicated to the worship of Baal and he shares as much on his Instagram page.

In one of his posts, Freeze wrote: “The language of your slave masters has defined your faith, it’s a shame, pray for forgiveness.”

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See the post below:

In another post on Instagram, Daddy Freeze agreed with the General Overseer of Mountain of Fire Ministries, Daniel Olukoya that the wrath of God faces people who celebrate Christmas.

According to the pastor, his church does not celebrate the holiday because it is unbiblical.

Freeze's caption reads: "At least I’m not the only one warning you about how the wrath of God will consume those practicing this abomination."

See his post below:

Nawa o.

Just recently, Legit.ng reported that popular preacher, Mike Bamiloye, responded to people who criticize the celebration of Christmas on December 25.

A few people have criticised the chosen date, saying Jesus was not birthed on the date or that it was a date set aside for pagan worship and was only transformed to Christmas.

In the preacher's Instagram post, he asked whether people know the days some popular things being celebrated were born and why they are so concerned about whether Jesus was born on December 25 or not.

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Bamiloye added that the whole world has agreed on December 25 to celebrate the birth of Jesus and detractors can decide to mark theirs at any time of the year.

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