“Wearing your face mask in church does not affect your connection to God in any way”- Pastor Laurie Idahosa
Pastor Laurie Idahosa in reaction to some Christians disapproval of the new guidelines issued by government on religious activities in several states has said that wearing a face mask does not affect your connection to God in any way.
As a measure to control the spread of covid19, several state government has come up with different guidelines.
Some of these guidelines includes wearing of face mask, washing of hand before entering the church and maintaining social distance.
Some Christians has disapproved this guidelines as they believe its against their faith.
According to them(some Christians) they are not suppose to come before God with fear of any disease as he is the healer.
Clergy woman, Laurie in a post which she shared on her Instagram handle said that wearing a facemask does not affect your connection to God in any way.
She also added that God’s presence cannot be limited by social distancing or obeying the directives of the government.
See full post below ;
“Wearing your face mask in church does not affect your connection to God in any way. His presence cannot be limited by social distancing and by honoring the governmental health and safety measures.
If you say that God is not honored and Christians are not sincere with their faith because they obey the law and seek to protect themselves and others, than your Gospel is not the Gospel of the Kingdom, the Power of God.
God is not limited by a mask. We are still experiencing miracles, signs and wonders. We are still seeing people give their lives to Christ, we are still equipping the saints to do the work of the ministry…. and yes, we are doing it in a way that respects the health and safety of our community of faith.
We welcome you back to church. From our experiences, the level of deep conviction and unshakable faith has risen during this pandemic. Come home to church and experience the presence of God together with the brethren. We miss you.
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Helpful Hint: Be sure to practice good dental hygiene. When you wear your mask properly, you are forced to smell your own breath. Taking breath mints along is not a bad idea.”