Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, the Senior Pastor of Trinity House has slammed those who rely on faith to guard them from an infection he says God has already provided a vaccine for.
TheNewsGuru recalls that Pastor Chris Oyakhilome of Christ Embassy condemned fellow pastors for counselling their congregation to take a jab of the COVID-19 vaccine.
In the same vein, the General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleman, also expressed a lack of confidence in the vaccine.
He stated that he and his family will not take the vaccine, adding that it is not healthy.
Ighodalo in an interview with ARISE TV urged his fellow pastors “to do their research, get the knowledge and stop misinforming and improperly educating people on guesswork, instincts and mere suppositions.”
He revealed that he has taken a jab of the vaccine as directed by God after he prayed to Him about it.
Ighodalo said, “It is foolishness to keep having faith that God will protect you from an infection he has made provision for vaccines that can provide a high percentage of protection.”
According to him: “I have taken the jab. I prayed about it, and I got a clear direction from God to go and receive it, and I have explained to my people in church that God provides knowledge. I will like to appeal to my brother pastors to do their research, get the knowledge and stop misinforming and improperly educating people on guesswork, instincts and mere suppositions. Coronavirus is real, and you need the vaccination.
“The Bible says my people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.”
He also added that there is a need to correct the wrong belief that people have about the vaccine by showing them that it doesn’t tally with science.
“Some people think the COVID-19 vaccine is a deliberate effort to wipe out the human population.
“We need to address the fears and prove it is not so. Other persons think it is the sign of the anti-christ (666) and we need to prove this is not also true.
“Other people believe the vaccines have long term effect and if you take it today, in 20 years’ time, it would affect them. We also need to address such fears and prove scientifically this is not so,” he said.
“The problem is a lot of these questions about the vaccine are not being properly addressed and there is too much rumour flying all over the place. Some churches believe in divine health but if they study further, they would also know that God provided knowledge for healing,” Ighodalo stated.
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