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Sexy Ghanaian musician Mzbel continues to attract severe public condemnation over her “I don’t believe in Jesus Christ” statement, with UK-based Ghanaian gospel musician, Jojo De Mens, being the latest to take on the secular singer.

Mzbel had stated publicly that she did not believe in the existence of Jesus Christ, originator of Christianity, and that she had discovered through research that the whole talk about the existence of Jesus Christ and his supernatural abilities were nothing but a myth.

The statement was deemed blasphemous to Christians and generated a huge public uproar.

Commenting on the statement, Jojo told NEWS-ONE that Mzbel should seek forgiveness for the comment, get a proper understanding of the Christian Bible and learn how to speak as a public figure.

“I don’t know to what extent Mzbel’s research has gone but the only thing I will tell her is that the Bible says knowledge is a principal thing. Seek knowledge but in all the knowledge you [acquire], get understanding because if you don’t get understanding of the knowledge you have acquired, then the knowledge becomes nothing.

“Whatever research she did is limited. After she read whatever she had read, has she sought an understanding of it? Did you try to find another understanding to compare and contrast? If she claimed she used to be a Christian, I want to know how far she had gone in her Christianity. You see, going to stand out there and speaking and praying in tongues doesn’t immune you to what the devil can do to you. You see where I am coming from,” Jojo explained.

He continued: “The problem I have with her is the way she put the whole thing across. What research did she do? What evidences have she got? I believe we have a strong clergy community in Ghana; you can go out there and seek knowledge. I will say knowledge is the principal thing but you need understanding.  She lacks understanding because when it comes to the Bible, it is not just picking things literally as it is said or spoken or it is written. Some of the things are spiritual. I mean, the Bible is a spiritual book; it is not a book that is read anyhow like the newspaper. Sometimes you need to seek knowledge from the high point of view and you go down on your knees to cry to the Father to give you a revelation to understand. Mzbel lacks understanding of the Bible. She needs to go out there to seek for forgiveness. ”

Jojo De Mens was speaking in an exclusive interview about his upcoming single, Faakye, when he talked about Mzbel.

“People who have attained some position in society need to be extremely careful what comes out of their mouth in public. I have a problem with people who speak just like that, because the Bible says life and death lie in the power of the tongue of a man and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof,” he added.

The controversy began after a television interview with Stacy on ‘Restoration’ when Mzbel was asked if she believed in Jesus Christ, to which she responded in the negative.

“Trust me, I don’t believe in that anymore…I don’t want to offend anybody. I used to believe in ‘it’ but eerrmm, I did my own research and I think ‘it’ was made up but I might be wrong; but by my own research, it was made up. Because the same story, 5000 years ago, happened in Egypt…Horus’ mother was a virgin…He did miracles, he had disciples at the age of 12,” Mzbel had stated.

She had continued: “I used to believe in ‘it’. I prayed in tongues; I can pray in tongue right now. I actually prayed in my room one time until the room was filled up in smoke…But now trust me, I will not believe in it anymore.”
Source: Daily Guide

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