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Rev. Lucy Natasha issues stern warning to all content creators

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Kenyan Reverend Lucy Natasha has issued a stern warning to all content creators and men of God using God’s name in vain.

Speaking at the launch of Phiona’s Beauty Parlor, Rev. Lucy urged content creators to make sure they respect God and not just do things for the sake of wanting to trend, but to consider living a righteous life and praising God, as well as know when to draw the line.

We should be online with the right agenda. I know we have a lot of content creators, but when it comes to the things of God, God should be respected and honoured, for he deserves the uttermost honor, and everything should be confined to biblical standards.”

She goes on to explain the need to do so, adding that the Lord is powerful and shouldn’t be taken lightly as some men of God are, reminding all social media users to ensure they use the app to glorify God.

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Anything we do on social media, if we are there as believers, We should glorify God. At times, people have the tendency to overdo it, but as for me, I feel God needs to be referenced to all content creators! God should be respected, feared, and honored. Let everyone be careful, as God is also a jealous God, and let’s not joke with God.” Rev.Lucy explained.

This statement has been issued following the way some content creators have been going out of their way to put God in their small arguments that they normally do online, looking to be popular and known. Many even use God’s name in vain, something that the Bible doesn’t allow.

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