Their wickedness is unbearable – Pastor Ibiyeomie maintains position on white garment churches

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David Ibiyeomie, senior pastor of Salvation Ministries, continues to express his criticism of white robe churches, also known as Celestial Church of Christ.

David Ibiyeomie, senior pastor of Salvation Ministries, continues to express his criticism of white robe churches, also known as Celestial Church of Christ.

You might remember that the televangelist made headlines last month when he declared that he dislikes white garments churches.

During the service, Ibiyeomie made this declaration and explained why he despises the church denomination and their style of worship.

The cleric warned his congregation that if people knew what was done in Celestial Church of Christ, they would not like it.

He received harsh criticism from the general public and white garment prophets, and some of them asked him to apologize.

However, during a recent sermon, Pastor Ibiyeomie remained adamant that many white garment churches participate in ungodly activities.

Ibiyeomie asserted that as someone who had been a part of that system prior to his conversion to Christianity, he was speaking from experience and knowledge.

He claims that the prophets and those who adhere to them are upset with him because he is disclosing their secrets.

He said; “White garment churches are angry at me because they know that I know them very well. I was among them before I became born again, so I know all their secrets. They all use black magic and mix it with Christianity…”

Meanwhile, after his first statement, a prophet of the Celestial Church of Christ who identified himself as a “Bonafide celestial prophet” gave pastor David Ibiyeomie 14 days ultmatum to apologize or face dire consequences.

“I am saying that I want to speak to Mr. or Pastor David Ibiyeomie; I am a bona fide celestial prophet.

But what he said to us, the celestials, was that he really made a terrible mistake, and as a man of God, we are expecting him within those 14 days that the supreme evangelist spoke against him to apologize. If he did not, this is not a word of threat; he will visit our God,” the man of God said.

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