Reactions as Mount Zion Ministries drops message for ladies who dress, dance seductively in church

Reactions as Mount Zion Ministries drops message for ladies who dress, dance seductively in church

- Mount Zion Ministries has called out ladies via a post shared on social media

- A message shared on the Facebook page of the church addressed ladies who dress, dance seductively when in the house of the Lord

- Such ladies were described as 'hired assassins'

- The post generated mixed reactions from Facebook users

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Popular religious institution, Mount Zion Faith Ministries, has taken to social media to call out ladies who are found wanting when it comes to abiding by the prescriptions of the holy book.

A message which was shared on Facebook addressed female worshippers who have made it a habit to always dress seductively when they attend church programmes.

Similarly, the post also called out ladies who dance suggestively whenever worship songs are being played in the house of the Lord.

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Mount Zion Ministries drops message for ladies who dress, dance seductively in church

Mount Zion Ministries founder Mike Bamiloye and his wife. Photo: Facebook/ Mount Zion Ministries International
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According to the message, such ladies are only presenting themselves as ‘hired assassins’ in the house of worship.

Check out the post below:

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Read some of the reactions to the post below:

Yorisola Mary Okusanya-Yusuf: "I'm so glad to see this post on this platform.... 'it's possible for believers to be fashionable and still maintain decenty'-My quote!"

Azuka Ojeh-Oziegbe: "The truth must be told. Yes, a hired assassin. Even if the person is not born again, there is something called fear of God or at least decorum."

Emmanuel Etta: "Such are the ones who see Christian gatherings, the Church as another social gathering, an extension of their night club. They don't come for God. They come to stop those who are seeking God from seeing Him.

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They are not really interested in Heaven, but they want to stop those who are interested in going there. Sometimes, the problem is with the pastors who refuse to condemn this attire of a harlot in their preaching."

Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that spiritual leader and founder of Mount Zion Drama Ministry, Mike Bamiloye, shared his opinion about men who maltreat their wives.

In a post shared on Instagram, the pastor warned men to desist from maltreating their wives.

Bamiloye said if a man curses his wife, some automatically drop on him.

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