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Rev. Eastwood Anaba issues a warning against putting the Bible before social media

Reverend Eastwood Anaba, the pastor of Fountain Gate Chapel, has issued a warning against putting social media before Bible study.

He saw a worrying trend: instead of putting their spiritual welfare first, a lot of people spend most of their time on social media, tinkering with the newest fads.

Rev. Anaba issued a warning, saying that such conduct is improper for Christians since it weakens their relationship with God.

He underlined how the influence of social media frequently encourages people to devote more time in online activities than in immersing themselves in the teachings of the Bible.

The cleric also pointed out that, social media’s impact often drives folks to live as though they will not be held accountable in the afterlife.

“Social media has drawn you away from your Bible. The amount of time you spend on Facebook and Instagram is far more than how often you read the Bible. A portion of you is always addicted to these platforms. When was the last time you spent an hour or more reading Scripture?

He underlined how the influence of social media frequently encourages people to devote more time in online activities than in immersing themselves in the teachings of the Bible.

The cleric also pointed out that, social media’s impact often drives folks to live as though they will not be held accountable in the afterlife.

“Social media has drawn you away from your Bible. The amount of time you spend on Facebook and Instagram is far more than how often you read the Bible. A portion of you are always addicted to these platforms. When was the last time you spent an hour or more reading Scripture?

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