Founder and Senior Pastor of Salvation Ministries, David Ibiyeomie, has expressed his personal aversion towards white garment churches.
During a recent service, the televangelist openly shared his disapproval of this particular church denomination, primarily citing concerns regarding their method of worship.
Ibiyeomie addressed his congregation, urging them to consider the practices carried out in the Celestial Church of Christ, as he believed many would harbor similar reservations if they were aware of them.
One specific concern he raised involved the alleged use of incantations by certain white garment prophets, who would invoke individuals’ names during their rituals. He described a practice wherein a person’s name would be immersed in a bottle of gin, and subsequently, the prophet would recite incantations, causing the person to become intoxicated without having consumed any alcohol.
Elaborating on his sentiments, Ibiyeomie stated, “Do you know why I hate white garment churches? People don’t know why I hate them. If you know what they do, you will never like them. They can take your surname and place it inside a bottle of gin while performing incantations…”
It is important to note that the opinions expressed by Pastor David Ibiyeomie reflect his personal perspective and should be understood as such. Different individuals may hold varying viewpoints on this matter, and it is crucial to engage in respectful conversations to foster understanding and unity among diverse religious communities.