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Deeper Life And Three Other Churches That Don’t Permit Female Members To Wear Earrings

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Deeper Life And Three Other Churches That Don’t Permit Female Members To Wear Earrings

There are a lot of churches in Nigeria and Africa as a whole. A lot of people even tag Nigeria as one of the most religious countries in the World while Africa ranks as one of the most religious continents in the World. Despite this fact, there is something that makes a church to be different from another and that is the doctrine.

Some churches practice the doctrine of grace, some the doctrine of deliverance and some have chosen other doctrines that have a backing in the Bible. In some churches, wearing of footwear on the premises is highly prohibited while some churches allow it. The bottom line of this explanation is just that what some church perceives as been right, some sees as a taboo or sin.

However, in this article, we will be sharing and presenting to you some churches in Nigeria that don’t permit their female members to wear earrings. Going against this rule or regulation is seen as disobedience to the church doctrine and it’s often regarded as a sin.

1. Deeper Life Bible Church

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The Deeper Life Bible Church was founded and is currently headed by Pastor Williams Folorunsho Kumuyi. The church is known for its strict and rigid holiness doctrine and that prevents men and women from some kind of dressing.

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In a standard Deeper Life Church, men dresses in a well ironed trousers and a tucked in shirt while the ladies are known to wear long and modest dresses with a skirt and their hair must be covered. The Church also barred female members from wearing earrings and they supported their claim using 1 Peter 3:3 and 1 Timothy 2:9.

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To round it up, make-up, earrings, tight clothes, and exposing wedding gowns are not allowed to be worn by the bride on their wedding day.

2. Christ Apostolic Church (CAC)

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Just like the Deeper Life Bible Church, the Christ Apostolic Church as well doesn’t permit its female members from wearing earrings while they are inside the Church auditorium. The Church believes more attention should be given to prayers and thanksgiving rather than wasting time on dressing.

3. The Lord Chosen Charismatic Revival Movements Church

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This is another church denomination that frowns against wearing of earnings and another adornment while inside the church premise. In the above pictures, you can see that the women standing beside Pastor Lazarus Mouka, the general overseer of the Church weren’t wearing any earrings.

4. Mountain Of Fire And Miracle Ministries

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The Mountain of Fire and Miracle Ministries was founded and overseen by Pastor Daniel Olukoya strongly believes in the doctrine of prayer and deliverance. The church also stops female members from the use of earrings and other adornments to the Church services. The Church also frowns against the wearing of trousers by female members.

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