Luke 4:24, And he said, “Truly, I say to you, no prophet is acceptable in his hometown. Even the Bible speaks of messengers of God being rejected in their places of birth. No one believes a person they know so well can turn out to be God's worker.
Ever since yesterday, city preacher and prophet, Lucy Natasha has been the talk of town after netizens noticed her tattoo while she was getting the Covid 19 vaccine. Probably, people believe she can't be serving God truly with the tattoo.
So does a simple drawing on the flesh prevent someone from praying? Or people are just being judgemental? What if she got saved years after getting it?
So MCA Tricky a Kenyan Churchill show comedian and radio host reposted her photo and the caption is what got people's attention. It's quite clear that if he had any respect for the lady, it was all gone. He even went as far as questioning what kind of a prophet she was.
So dear readers what do you think of this situation? Should she really be judged because of this?
Below is his post and some reactions
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