Pastor Enoch Adeboye warns the heels of a trend on social media, #SilhouetteChallenge, which features ladies typically dressed down while dancing to Paul Anka’s song, Put Your Head On My Shoulder released in 1987, and stripping when Doja Cats’ song, Streets which was released in 2019 comes on. The women dance under red lights allowing viewers to only see the silhouettes of their naked bodies.
In his tweet, the clergyman of RCCG warned against viewing nude pictures and videos online. He tweeted, “What are the things that the flesh usually tells you to do? They are listed in Galatians 5:19-21 as you must have earlier read in today’s Bible text. You think that you can view a few pictures or videos on social media where someone is almost nude and it is okay.
“You are quenching the Spirit. That little window you give to indulge the flesh will strengthen it such that you would find yourself going back to those pictures/videos after that time. The Bible is very clear – don’t ever do anything that will quench the Spirit. Never!”
Citing himself and the biblical character, Joseph as an example, the pastor appealed to his followers to flee from sin in order to fulfil God’s plan.