Pastor and leader of the iYES Foundation Ghana, Dr. Brian Amoateng has urged women to be modest in their attire when participating in church activities.
According to him, though he is a man of the cloth, he could easily be enticed by the sight of certain parts of a woman’s body especially when she is wearing revealing clothing.
“I’m a preacher, I’m a man of God, and the 'man' came before the 'God'. When I see a lady in a short skirt with big bottoms, it can tempt me because I’m human and I have to be real,” Pastro Amoateng said in an interview with Hitz FM.
He asked that women should try to ‘cover up’ when they attend church service as their saucy outfits would confuse the men, who are there to serve God.
“Sometimes you’re in the middle of worship and come on, you open your eyes and some breast is dancing in front of you. You will have to shout Jesus! Get behind me Satan,” the pastor added.
He therefore asked that ladies dress appropriately as pastors are there to anoint them and not their 'breast'.
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