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“Hallelujah Is Not A Heavenly Language”–Nigerian Pastor Claims, Explains The True Heavenly Language (Video)

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The general overseer of Abel Damina Ministry and Power City International, Abel Damina has shared a powerful revelation about a heavenly language.

The clergyman, in a recent teaching, made claims that the mostly used wordHallelujah is not a heavenly language and asked people to desist from using it while praying to God.

Pastor Abel revealed this in a video which was shared on Instagram. In the video he was spotted preaching the gospel to his congregations, on a topic he themed “Who Is God”.

During the gospel preaching, he said that “speaking in tongues” is the true heavenly language and not “Hallelujah”, he further gave his reasons by saying that Bible was written within human culture.

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His words read;

“In the days of Moses, people worship many things call God. That’s why when you read the Bible, you will come across ‘Lord God’. The word could mean a judge. Remember that the Bible was written within human culture. The Bible is not an abstract book that fell from the sky. It was written based on what happened in time in the interaction between God and man, men and men, circumstances, events etc. This is because it was written in human language.

“Since the Bible was written in human language, like the way people sing in church, “Hallelujah is our heavenly language’, stop that. Don’t let illiteracy undress you in public. How can Hallelujah be heavenly language, what makes it heavenly in the first place? It is human language. If you want the heavenly language, speak in tongues. Therefore, speaking in tongue is heavenly language”.

Watch the video below;

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