One very controversial topic that often comes up among Christians is whether or not they should get tattoos or ink on their bodies. Should Christians get tattoos? Would it be a sin for Christians to get tattoos? The answer is NO, according to clergyman Bishop Edward Monchusi.
The leader of Pentecostal Protestant Church in Kanye warns that people with tattoos are under the influence of Satan and that they should repent and get saved before it is too late. He says that people do tattoos out of ignorance and also to look fashionable.
He says even though they may look harmless on the outside, they communicate something in the spiritual realm. For example, someone with a butterfly tattoo according to the bishop is never stable, and goes from one man to another. This, he says, is popular among women.
“What you see outside is just the manifestation of what has been going on in the inside. You’re coming out in the open,” he warns. Other common tattoos, he says, are of scorpions, snakes and knives.
He tells The Midweek Sun that the same goes for dressing rings. “For example, wearing a ring sculptured with an aphrodite.
An aphrodite is a goddess of sexual love. It means you are married to that spirit. People must refrain from these tongue, bellybutton, and nose rings. God created you complete. Don’t feel inferior by harassing your body which in turn affects your soul,” he says.
Church distances itself from Pastor who livestreamed his suicide
Head Pastor at Metsimotlhabe Holiness Union Church France Koosimile has distanced his church from Phenyo Godfrey who committed suicide live on social media a week ago. Speaking to this publication this week, Koosimile said Godfrey was never a Pastor at Holiness church as assumed by many.
Godfrey, who goes by the name Bishop P Godfrey on social media, allegedly shot a video of himself committing suicide on Sunday evening. According to a few friends and those close to Godfrey, the deceased was from Molepolole and has been identified as a pastor at Holiness Union Church in Metsimotlhabe.
On the evening of Sunday last week, he went live on Facebook and proceeded to put a rope around his neck. He was seen in the short video hanging by the neck until he took his last breath. TO READ THE FULL STORY, BUY THIS WEEK’S (11 August 2021) PRINT EDITION OF THE MIDWEEK SUN AT A STORE NEAR YOU.