Coronavirus: Sinach and husband blasts pastors who believe more in science

Coronavirus: Sinach and husband blasts pastors who believe more in science

- Well-known gospel artiste, Sinach and husband, Joe Egbu, have blasted men of God who relied too much on science

- Egbu said that churches have now turned to places where people stay away from

- In response to her husband message, the woman prayed that the gate of hell will not overpower the church

Popular gospel artiste, Sinach, and her husband, Joe Egbu, have come hard on pastors who believe so much in science than in the healing power of God.

Egbu said that it is quite a shame that men of God now seek out the advice of the people of the world. He added that they have therefore forgone their powers, saying that church has become a “gathering of convenience”.

He said that it is very disappointing that pastors have turned sheep like their members. He said a place where solutions should be (the church) is now a place where people avoid.

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In the comment section, Sinach said that the gate of hell will not overcome the church.

Meanwhile, earlier reported that Pastor Chris Oyakhilome reacted to the move by some state governors to temporarily relax the lockdown law so that some churches can celebrate Easter.

During his preaching on Friday, April 10th, the cleric said that church is not a place of infection but where people come to get blessed.

He, therefore, prayed against anything that makes people come into the church and get infected with diseases.

“Churches are not a place of infections, they are a place of blessings… I decree and declare that every church is a place of blessing in that might name of Jesus,” he prayed.

Pastor Oyakhilome also said that any government with wisdom will know not to trouble the church, but leave them alone.

“You know the best thing in any government is to always leave the church alone… It’s always the best thing, the wisest leaders understand that, they leave the church alone. But when you trouble the church, there is a scripture…,” he said.

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