A church shared a notice to members that the Holy water has been removed temporarily to reduce the risk of spreading viral disease.
A social media user, Bruja, shared a picture of the notice which reads, “Holy water removed temporarily to reduce the risk of spreading viral disease” and many are reacting to it.
The picture was shared with caption;
I found this way too funny.
See post below.
I found this way too funny. pic.twitter.com/T2IWBnJvf4
— Bruja (@WaterAbeni) March 5, 2020
The picture has sparked reactions on social media, see a few below.
This is one of the reasons why I hate religion. He said you should be “realistic” Face with tears of joy which means that the holy water is not real & cant cure shit or save you. Disaster – @Teaziii
isnt that strange … even religious sites of all religions where people bring their family members that are very sick or on wheelchair for god to cure them are now closed because of corona virus-really ? god can cure cancer, grow back arm, vanish tumors but he cant cure 1 virus? – even in his gods holy place you are not protected from virus that he created and also holy water that can purify our souls and bodies doesnt work – so whats the point of holy water and holy places if nothing works ? Nothing new …. even religious leaders dont believe in god … holy water Holy water can purify our souls and bodies only if we partake of it with faith and believe in God’s omnipotence and his healing power. Ask, and it shall be given you (Matthew 7:7) – @domandol
Quite right. For those who believe in a god – who made the virus anyway, and whose plan is it for it to kill people? Why would holy water do anything except follow god’s plan and infect you? “But God will protect me! I’m righteous!” Okay, test your faith/holiness & drink up! Face with tears of joy – @APerson11854675
…When I remember that there are people who swear by the almighty HOLY WATER. – @War_ina_babylon
Any water that is blessed by an annointed man of God is holy water.
They don’t fetch holy water from any stream yo… – @iamfictionary