Actress and Instagram model turned preacher, Moesha Boduong has called out Nigel Gaisie over his recent comment on womanizing and alcoholism. Prophet Nigel Gaisie in a recent interview disclosed that stealing, womanizing and being an alcoholic does not make a man of god fake.
Nigel was of the view that if these mortal shortfalls made prophets fake, David and King Solomon would not have been people dear to God’s heart in the bible. In a harsh reaction to Nigel Gaisie’s remarks, Moesha advised Ghanaians not to pay mind to such people who portray themselves as men of God.
Moesha added that people should invest in personal relationship with God and seek his face by reading the bible constantly instead of allowing themselves to be brainwashed.
She wrote: “Guys read the Bible and don’t allow these men of God brainwash you ❤️God is pure …”
‘Womanizing Does Not Make A Prophet Fake’ – Nigel Gaisie Justifies Pastors Chopping Church Members
Christians are advised not to love the things of the world. Things such as money, womanizing etc are described as vanity and does not guarantee a place in heaven.
In a recent interview, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has stated that there is nothing wrong with womanizing or drinking alcohol as a Christian.
“When a man of God drinks alcohol, it doesn’t make him fake. When a man of God steals, it doesn’t make him fake. When a man of God womanizes or a woman of God has another boyfriend or doesn’t make him/her fake.”
Nigel said if womanizing made a man of God fake, then David would not have been God’s favourite leader.
“Every mortal vessel has a weakness, what makes a man of God fake is when he changes his covenant. If that man of God does not preach Jesus anymore, that is what makes him fake.”
“If you say that alcohol is wrong, then condemn David, because David was a chronic drunkard and womanizer,” the man of God said.
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