The mother of one took to her social media page where she published the statement that attracted the attention of a good number of netizens.
In the statement, Ruth Matete preached about how Jesus Christ cleansed the sins of human beings.
Alongside the statement, she had attached a photo that showed her in a red dress.
She compared the sins of human beings to the color of the dress.
She went ahead to plead with Kenyan to seek the intervention of Jesus Christ in whatever hard situation they may be going through.
The former Tusker Project Fame (TPF) star noted that the name of Jesus is powerful.
Ruth Matete further informed her fans that she was going to host a worship service through her social media page.
She invited her fans to join.
"See that red? That's how red our sins were. But glory to God for the blood of Jesus Christ that came and washed us whiter than the snow. During this Easter period, plead the blood of Jesus Christ over that situation. The blood that speaks better things than that of Abel. 😊 See you later this evening at 8pm on my Facebook profile for our worship service," Ruth Matete's Message read.
Ruth Matete has grown to become one of the top influential Kenyan gospel musicians.
She has endured a lot and stands as a public figure who exudes a lot of motivation to many.
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