- Pastor Enoch Adeboye has weighed in on the ongoing conversation about the #Silhouettechallenge
- According to the RCCG general overseer, people who feed on such content quench the Holy Spirit in them whenever they do
- The challenge which involves going unclad in a red-lit video has caused controversy online
General overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has taken to social media to share his thoughts concerning the type of materials people consume on social media.
Traling the heels of the controversy surrounding the ongoing #Silhouettechallenge, Adeboye warned that consuming photos and videos with unclad people quenches the Holy Spirit in people.
Part of his message reads:
"You think that you can view a few pictures or videos on social media where someone is almost n*de and it is okay. You are quenching the Spirit. That little window you give to indulge the flesh will strengthen it such that you would find yourself going back to those pictures/videos after that time. The Bible is very clear – don’t ever do anything that will quench the Spirit. Never!"
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The new TikTok trend involves posing in a doorway before turning yourself into a sultry black silhouette against a red background.
The new TikTok challenge may be pleasing a lot of menfolks - for obvious reasons - but it appears Twitter user, Hannah Ogundare is not in support.
The hair entrepreneur is currently trending on social media and for what many people may tag hilarious. She recently made a video in which she criticised women taking part in the challenge.
According to her, men would never come out to expose themselves the way these women have. Advising them to stop 'reducing their self-worth', she cited a story in the Bible about how God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah.
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