-PYJ Descends On Homosexuals, Lesbians
Evangelist Prince Yormie Johnson alias ‘PYJ’ has descended on members of the Lesbians, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender (LGBT) community, saying they are ‘spiritually blind and physically damaged’ due to their sex practice.
In his sermon broadcast on Spoon FM on Sunday September 13, 2020, the Nimba County Senator lambasted members of the community usually wonder why someone like him [Prince Johnson] will be preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ forgetting about his ‘brutal history’ in the Liberian civil war.
Senator, Evangelist Johnson said he is not ashamed of the word of God because he has accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and personal savior.
“I am not ashamed of the word of God. I have the greatest person, Jesus Christ. He took me through hard times. I will grow old and the Lord will help me and those who want me dead will go ahead,” Evangelist Prince Yormie Johnson said.
The founder and head of the Faith Chapel Church in the LBS Community in Paynesville is recommended by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission for prosecution in a specialized tribunal for his roles in the brutal Liberian civil war.
The former head of the defunct Independent National Patriotic front of Liberia (INPFL) is on record for capturing and killing President Samuel Doe on September 9, 1990.
But he left Liberia for exile in Nigeria and returned as an Evangelist of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
However, delivering his sermon recently, Evangelist Johnson calls on members of the LGBT community and other Liberians to ‘trust and obey’ and warned them not be ‘disobedience children’
“We are a Christian nation, homosexuals and lesbians are proud of themselves in the country. My male dog can’t love to male dog. But these people are spiritually blind and physically damaged,” Evangelist Prince Yormie Johnson said.
He also lamented the increase in rape cases across the country especially the raping of babies, saying they are playing with ‘hell fire.’
Discussions and practice of same sex marriage in Liberia remain a top secret, although Liberia is a secular state and practices high degree on human rights.
Liberia according to the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the United Nations Human Rights has committed herself to protecting the rights of LGBT Community, but it has never been domesticated or legislated.