Pst. Tunde Bakare Decries Heresy In White Garment And Catholic Churches

Pst. Tunde Bakare Decries Heresy In White Garment And Catholic Churches

Pastor Tunde Bakare of The Latter Rain Assembly, has decried heresy in white garment churches, lashing them for their hypocrisy and error. The fiery pastor also took time to expose Catholic and Orthodox Churches who canonize dead people.

All these were contained in his message titled The Saints of the Most High God, on Sunday 8th December 2013.

Probably referring to the act of canonizing dead faithfuls by the Catholics, he declared “to make people Saints after they are dead is to participate in religious ignoramus.”

Differentiating between Saints, he said, “There is a distinction between a living Saint and a dead Saint.

“Living Saints are living presently in this world or at anytime, while dead Saints are those who lived as Saints before they died.”

“People cannot be made Saints after they are dead,” the man of God reiterated.

Continuing, he said “In the dark ages i.e. between 500 A.D. and 1500 A.D., the Catholic Church banned the use of the word ‘Saint’ for the living.”

“Dead Saints have gone to receive their rewards; let them rest in peace, stop going to their graves to disturb them” Pastor Bakare declared.

He defined Saints as “those whose sins have been washed away by the blood of Jesus; who are born of the Holy Spirit and who have been translated out of the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of God’s dear son.

“In this context, it means Saints are sanctified and they are anointed right here and now and they have been set-apart in the race of the world to be Christ-like.”

He noted that Hebrews 1 v 4-6, 13-14 barred believers from worshiping angels saying “not only is the worship of angels forbidden, even the worship of man.” Pastor Bakare made the difference between celestial and terrestrial beings known to his congregants. Stating that angels are celestial beings created to minister to terrestrial beings.

There is nothing like Seraphim or Cherubim or Celestial Church.

Church is from the root word Ecclesia, which is peopled by Saints of God who lived from generations to generations. There is no church for angels or celestial beings. He further lamented the act of white garment churches calling the names of angels that are not in the scriptures, he describes the practice as nothing short of speaking with demons.

Busting the defense of white garment church members who usually refer to Revelation 7 v 9 which reads in part “…a great multitude, which no man could number, of all nations, and kindreds, and people, and tongues, stood before the throne, and before the Lamb, clothe with white…” as their reason of wearing white uniforms, he charged them not to quote scriptures out of context. He read verse 16 of the same chapter which states “they shall hunger no more, neither thirst any more, neither shall the sun light on them, nor any heat”, he asked them rhetorically, “Do you still hunger and thirst when you wear your white garments?”

He reiterated the fact that he wasn’t condemning or fighting anybody, stating “I am just setting everybody free, since the truth sets free.”

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