Body art widely referred to as tattoo are not only dangerous to the human body, but they have a deep significance in the spiritual realm.
Bishop Ajagurajah also known as Chop Bar Church in a Facebook live video has given his sermon on the impact of tattoo in humans. Though fascinating to the eye, tattoos represents slavery in the ancient Egyptian Kingdom. They were used to differentiate a slave (Israelite) from and Royals (Egyptian).
Bishop Kwabena Asiamah dwells on the Bible verse Leviticus 19:28 which explicitly forbids us to tattoo our bodies. “Yeshall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks on you: I am the Lord.” This Bible verse clearly speaks against tattoo whether to expresses some affection for someone or for fun.
He goes on to say that it is easy to be possessed by a demon if you tattoo your body as no prominent or anyone belonging to a Royal family has the body tattooed.
He again adds that a person with tattoo doesn’t mean he or she is a bad person but the tattoo symbolizes something bad both spiritually and physically ad hence should not be encouraged.
The video can be watched in the link below
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