- Nigerian gospel film actor Mike Bamiloye has made it clear that those calling themselves GOATS won't make the kingdom of God
- Paris Saint-Germain forward Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have for years been fighting for who is the real 'GOAT'
- Bamiloye has however cautioned Christians to stop using the word claiming that it is of the devil
Mike Bamiloye who is the founder and president of the film production company Mount Zion Faith Ministries has stated emphatically that celebrities calling themselves 'GOATS' should stop going forward.
The popular Nigerian gospel film actor explained that anyone who is being referred to as the 'GOAT' has no place in heaven stressing that the name is demonic.
Although, Bamiloye did not mention the names of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, but over the years, the whole world knows that there has been a battle over who is the 'GOAT' between them.
Recently after winning the 2022 World Cup with Argentina, fans took to social media calling Messi the real 'GOAT' since Ronaldo was unable to lift the title.
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While speaking on his official Instagram page, Bamiloye stated that anyone who is gifted should not be called 'GOAT' saying that the 'SHEEP' should rather be used.
Below is the post
Statement made by Bamiloye
“A Goat people [have] no place in the Kingdom of God. According to the Bible, the GOAT symbolises disobedient and unbelieving people, while the SHEEP symbolises the Godly, Believing Children of God. That is why Jesus said He would separate the SHEEP from the GOAT and cast the stubborn unbelieving people into everlasting fire.”
Messi had left foot immortalised
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Lionel Messi had his left foot immortalised in a golden cast on the back of winning his fourth Ballon d'Or prize in 2013.
The Argentine genius became the first player to win the coveted individual diadem on four occasions and it was only befitting that his magic wand of a left leg was eternalised.
In captivating footage, shared on social media, seen by Sports Brief, the Paris Saint-Germain superstar was filmed in good spirits while his left foot got immortalised.
The golden foot was auctioned off to raise funds to help victims of the Tohoku earthquake and Tsunami in 2011.
Source: Sports Brief News