A PASTOR with a Nigerian church has stirred a storm after he said sex, whether done before or after marriage, or inside and outside of marriage, is not a sin at all. He says any Pastor who says sex before marriage is a sin, is an enemy.
The founder of End-Time Revival Evangelical Ministry, Pastor Olakunle Beloved Jesukale, has faulted those saying sex before marriage is a sin. Pastor Jesukale disclosed in a video circulating online, that those who said sex before marriage was a sin do not believe in the finished works of God.
He insisted that Jesus Christ destroyed sin; hence he does not believe it exists. The clergyman stressed that he believes in extreme grace.
He said: “Sex, whether it is before marriage, after marriage or during marriage is no longer a sin. Sex, whether it is done before, after or within the marriage, is no longer a sin. Any preacher that says it is a sin is an enemy of the finished work, and it is not real.
“If you are just holding yourself, saying that it is when you get married that you want to have sex, you are just discomforting yourself for nothing. “It has nothing to do with righteousness or purity because Jesus has already renewed our mind to the understanding of what Jesus has done.
“This sin has been destroyed. This sin that people call sin is no longer a sin because of what Jesus has done on the cross.
“Sin has died and so there is no sin anymore because before God, Jesus has become that lamb of God that taketh the sins of the world completely so that people can live a life of liberty and peace. That is whenever you have sex with someone, you enter into a covenant binding you are that person.
“So because of that religious mentality in those days, they felt that since it is a covenant, you must definitely have it with somebody you have a covenant with.
“If you are just holding yourself, saying that it is when you get married you want to have sex, you are just holding yourself for nothing. It has nothing to do with holiness, righteousness or purity because Jesus already nullified sin on the cross.
“He already removed it once and for all and that is his truth about grace.”
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