- Pope Francis on Monday, April 6, lent his voice to the coronavirus pandemic and the connection it has with overcrowded prisons
- The head of the Catholic church also spoke on the need not to relegate the poor in the society
- Pope said how we all treat the less privilege will inform the kind of judgment God will serve everyone
Pope Francis on Monday, April 6, spoke about the situation of the poor. In his tweet, the pontiff said that God will judge the world on how we relate with the poor.
He explained a popular verse in the bible which said: “The poor you will always have with you”, saying God meant he will always be present “in the poor.”
He singled out that particular place in the Bible as the focus of the gospel, adding that it carries much power that it would form the centre of God’s judgment.
See the tweet below:
In another tweet, the pope said that overcrowded prisons will face great danger during the present coronavirus outbreak.
He, therefore, called for prayer for those in charge to come up with a befitting action to resolve the situation.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a second test carried out on the Pope came out negative on Thursday, March 26.
It was gathered that the test result was released after one person in the residence of the pope tested positive to coronavirus.
In other news, a Facebook user, R Scott Mcquay, on Tuesday, March 31, posted how a 12-year-old student emailed her teacher when she encountered difficulty solving her mathematics homework.
How her teacher responded really melted the heart. Despite the lockdown, the teacher came down to her house.
Conscious of the social distancing rule, he did not enter her house, but mounted a whiteboard at a window and taught her.
Also, a mentally challenged man was spotted in a Facebook video preaching about Christ. In the clip, people gathered around him as he told them about the need to make heaven.
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Partially unclad and without footwear, he told the crowd around him that hell is not a place anybody should go to, stressing how bad it really is.
People who felt moved by his sermon came to drop money at his feet. In addition, the mentally-deranged preacher condemned fake prophets.
He asked people not to believe in pastors he tagged “agents of the devil” who enticed people into the kingdom of hell with their “fake miracles”.
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