The founder of the Oracle of God ministries Reverand Lucy Natasha recently took to social media to share photos and videos as she took the Covid-19 vaccine.
The photos showed the flamboyant preacher receiving her jab on her upper left arm which bears a tattoo emblazoned with the word ‘Oracle’.
However, Rev. Lucy Natasha received backlash on social media as the tattoo divided opinion among both believers and nonbelievers, with some even quoting the Bible in condemnation.
“Leviticus 19:28—Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you”—so as to prohibit tattoos, and perhaps even makeup. This verse will judge you, the word of God is a two-edged sword,” one Twitter user noted.
Rev Natasha later told off her critics in an indirect post on social media putting the debate to rest.
“One of the hardest struggles you’ll encounter in life is finding the strength and courage to do what God is calling you to do.
“Don’t let the critics, naysayers, or negative people discourage you from obedience. As much as we would love the complete approval, acceptance, and support of others, we may not always get it. Nevertheless, we must continue to be obedient.
“People ONLY affect your life when you allow them to. No one else is suppose to understand your calling like you. It wasn’t a conference call! #WisdomOfLife.” She wrote.
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