“Pharaoh doesn’t dictate to God’s people how they worship” – Pastor tears letter banning religious gatherings of more than 10 people (Video)

“Pharaoh doesn’t get to dictate to God’s people how they worship their God” Baltimore pastor said in a viral videowhile he rips up letter banning gatherings of more than 10 people.

The pastor in Baltimore, Maryland, on Wednesday, tore a cease and desist letter in front his congregation after he was ordered by local officials to stop hosting in-person services during coronavirus lockdowns.

After revealing that he received a threat of a $5,000 fine on social media on Tuesday May 19, Pastor Shiflett, on Wednesday night, May 20, returned to the church where he tore a cease-and-desist letter from local officials in front of his congregation.

“Pharaoh doesn’t get to dictate to God’s people how they worship their God,” Pastor Shiflett began in the video. “God’s that one that defines the perimeters, God’s the one that communicates his will and his plan for his church, not Egypt.”

“With this cease-and-desist letter in my hand, the Bible says to the New Testament church ‘not forsaking the assembling of yourselves together as the manner of some is, but so much more as you see the day approaching,’ and the closer we get to Jesus coming back, the more church we ought to be having, not less church,’ he said at a Wednesday church service, before ripping the piece of paper.

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“Now that’s God’s parameters. So I’m tearing up this cease-and-desist order right here, and I’m telling you right now, we’re gonna do it God’s way! God tells us how to worship Him, nobody else gets to do that.”

Watch the video below.

The pastor in Baltimore, Maryland, on Wednesday, tore a cease and desist letter in front his congregation after he was ordered by local officials to stop hosting in-person services during coronavirus lockdowns.

Last week, the state governor, Larry Hogan said places of worship could reopen at 50 percent capacity but hundreds of members of Calvary Baptist Church attended a service officiated by Pastor Stacey Shiflett’s last Wednesday.

Baltimore Mayor Jack Young also limited religious and spiritual gatherings to just 10 people.

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