Saturday, January 18, 2014

Pastor Chris Okotie insists all Catholics will go to hell

Head Pastor of Household of God church, pastor Chris Okotie insists
that the pope is anti-Christ & all Catholics will go to hell. You will
recall that pastor Chris made this controversial statement last year.

In a recent interview with PUNCH pastor Chris justifies his statement.
read below...

You recently stirred up
controversy when
you said Catholics
would go to hell.
Why did you say
that? It is because the church perverts the gospel of Jesus Christ and
that perversion is located in the leadership. Even as Pope Francis
recently announced. However, there are many good Christians within the
Catholic Church who are
not aware of the doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church, that has
substituted Mary for Jesus, in what is known as the hyperdulia of the
Virgin Mary. Salvation for them is not through Jesus alone but in
accordance with what Pope Francis recently announced to the world.
That, in itself, is a direct violation of the sanctity of the

You even described the Pope as "an anti-Christ and a friend of Satan"
and that the Catholic Church is a counterfeit church set up by Satan.
What made you say this? The heresies in their doctrine and the recent
announcement by Pope Francis corroborate this position.

You were credited to have said that tattooing and plastic surgery were
not sins before God; can you explain this to the public because it's
still a controversial issue? No, I didn't say that. What I said is
that even though it is our body and to an extent we have the liberty
to do what we want with it, at the end of the day, everybody will
stand before God to give account of how he/she used his/her body.

Same way people criticise pastors who have jets, what do you think?
It is because of the novelty. Pastors who buy these jets have their
reasons. When you do something new, it will create a stir.

Do you own a jet, if not, are you planning to buy one? No, I do not
have a jet now. But I will if it becomes necessary in the prosecution
of my ecclesiastical responsibilities.

Some people still can't understand why you divorced twice; they
believe it is wrong for pastors to divorce. Why do you always divorce?
I have addressed this issue from the pulpit several times.

But why did you divorce someone you reportedly told your members God
asked you to marry? I don't want to go into that again.

Are you still planning to remarry? No.

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