Controversial On Air Personality, OAP, Daddy Freeze, has called out Pastor Paul Adefarasin of the House on the Rock Church for allegedly mentioning him in his sermon last Sunday.
In a message he shared on Instagram on Tuesday morning, the OAP noted that churches are now event centers instead of where the gospel of Christ is shared.
According to him, “Dear Pastor Paul, I heard you snuck me into your sermon last Sunday, saying certain things about me, I sincerely hope this is untrue.
“In my quest to teach the truth about Christianity and salvation, I have never for once, out of the abundance of my respect for you, spoken ill about you before my congregation.
“This is not to say that I agree entirely with your teaching, but it’s borne out of reverence for the first Christian teacher, unto whom the custody of my tutorship was handed.
“Like I mentioned to you the last time we spoke at length a few weeks ago, there is a rot in the body of Christ, from within the fold, emanating from the very ones entrusted with gathering and nurturing the sheep.
“You might disagree with me in public, but I am positive, that in your quiet moments, when you dialogue with your soul, you, as well as most of the other shepherds, know that my message is the truth and that the revolution has become inevitable.
“I am not here by my doing, but by the instance of the almighty Father, who has chosen me for a time like this. However, if you choose to disagree with the truth that I preach, do so wisely, so as not to make yourself a hurdle in the path of God’s word.
“If we study the book of 1st Corinthians 3:5-9 which says:  After all, who is Apollos? Who is Paul? We are only God’s servants through whom you believed the Good News. Each of us did the work the Lord gave us.  I planted the seed in your hearts, and Apollos watered it, but it was God who made it grow. “ It’s not important who does the planting, or who does the watering. What’s important is that God makes the seed grow.
“In the scheme of things you and I are unimportant; we are simply ‘planters’ and ‘waterers’; messengers and bearers of the word. What matters is God who makes the seed (message) grow and the people whom the message is meant for, so its not about you or I.
“I am here to depopulate the ‘temple of events’ and populate the body of Christ, because what you call the church, is more of an events/business centre to me, as the Bible is clear in Acts 7:48 and Acts 17:24 that the LORD does not dwell in buildings made by human hands.”