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Stop singing Lord I lift your name on high, the popular way they sing it – Apostle Johnson Suleman Reveals Why


Nigerian controversial preacher, Apostle Johnson Suleman, Founder and Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministry, corrects his congregation and everyone under the sound of his voice to stop singing the popular gospel song “Lord I lift your name on high….” the popular way they sing it.

In the Easter Sunday video uploaded by the church’s official TV channel a few hours ago, immediately Apostle Johnson Suleman mounts the pulpit, before he collects the offerings, he calls the attention of his church to the popular evergreen songs;

“Lord I lift your name on high, I’m so glad you came to save me, absolutely you reign in my life, you came from heaven to earth, to show the way, from the earth to the cross, my debt you paid, from the cross to the grave, from the grave to the SKY, Lord I lift your name on high.”

Apostle Suleman said, that song should not be sung that way again because Jesus never went or ascended to the sky, so stop it.

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