Bambam, a former housemate on Big Brother Naija Double Wahala, has given a lesson to Daddy Freeze, a media personality, regarding his criticism of God. Daddy Freeze’s comments, in which he referred to God as ‘god,’ sparked controversy as he listed various reasons why he cannot worship God.
Daddy Freeze expressed his inability to worship a God who couldn’t bring back Mohbad, allowed tithing children to suffer from hunger and poverty, and failed to prevent election rigging. He expressed his desire to change the perception of God held by his parents.
In response, Bambam took to the comment section to educate Daddy Freeze using biblical references. She emphasized that God is a spiritual being who requires a physical vessel, a body, to perform miracles. Bambam pointed out that many Christians are too preoccupied with their own pursuits and are not available to collaborate with God in resurrecting the dead and manifesting unseen miracles.
Bambam advised Daddy Freeze to refrain from such discussions and instead focus on taking responsibility for our purpose on Earth
“God is a spirit, they that worship him must worship him in spirit and truth. He needs a physical body, a willing vessel who will partner with him to execute his perfect will in the earthly realm. It is not his will that any should perish but that all may come to repentance and have everlasting life
We speak of God this way because we expect him to come down and do all these things himself, you and I are meant to do ALL these things you’ve listed sir”.
Quoting Mark 16:17-18, she further wrote,
“We are too busy doing our own thing and are not available to work with God to resurrect the dead and perform miracles that eyes have not seen, ears have not heard. Our faith is not even a grain of a mustard seed yet we have very powerful tongues to judge and criticize him.
Let’s quit these tables and start taking responsibility for OUR purpose here in the earth realm. We actually offered ourselves when we came into this world, we have forgotten. Go back to your Maker and ask him why you’re truly here. This will fill that aching void you can’t explain. It’s beyond the life we currently live”.