A Female Preacher Goes Viral for Calling Out ‘Bakla’ and ‘Tomboy’ to Change and Return to the Lord

A woman who preaches the word of God gave a stern warning to lesbians and gays to cease their activities and return to the Lord. This incident went viral on social media and elicited various reactions from netizens.


Every day, many of us encounter messengers of God’s word in various places such as markets, vehicles, plazas, and other public areas. Their messages often involve an assessment of the state of humanity and the promise of the Lord’s return. One of the main messages they convey is the importance of change and self-examination because the judgment of God is imminent based on our actions here on Earth.

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Under various circumstances and challenges in life, sometimes we lose our faith and closeness to God. This can be due to excessive preoccupation with work, business, worldly activities, and more. Nevertheless, it is important not to forget to remain faithful to our beliefs and follow God’s commandments, as stated in the Ten Commandments. We also pass these teachings on to our children to demonstrate our obedience and faith in God.

However, recently, a woman went viral on social media due to her strong warning to our fellow countrymen who are lesbians and gays. In her video, she called on them to change their ways and return to the Lord. According to her, God only recognizes the genders of male and female, not “Tomboy and Bakla” (terms referring to lesbians and gays). Because of this, she emphasized the need for them to change. Her words sparked various reactions from netizens.

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Some netizens agreed with her statements, while others expressed critical opinions. She also included alcoholics and drunkards in her warnings. Many are concerned about these warnings and have shared their opinions on social media.

As of now, there has been no statement from the LGBT and lesbian communities regarding the viral video. Their opinions and reactions on this matter will be crucial, and it may lead to a deeper conversation about issues of gender and religion in society.

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