Popular Lagos pastor, Tony Rapu, in a new Instagram post has come out to discredit the argument in some quarters that it is ungodly to have enhance your body.
In the video he posted on his page, pastor Rapu pointed out that the holy book is silent about the subject of plastic surgery.
He, however, noted that if the surgery is done solely with the aim of becoming more comfortable with one self then there is no problem with it.
Here is an excerpt from the video below:
“The bible is silent about plastic surgery and there is really nothing in it that tells us it is wrong, so there has to be other considerations. If a person If a person is concious of a deformity or physical aspect of his or her body that is causing them some emotional discomfort, then cosmetic surgery is certainly an option. There are women who have had mastectomies and have had to have breast implants and we know many people who have benefited from surgeries, especially when the surgery is non-invasive and the side effects are minimal.
There really is nothing wrong with enhancing the quality of a person’s life by surgery especially when the person is able to breathe better, walk better, or talk better and especially when psychological health is improved.
The challenge is when surgery begins to be an attempt to meet an emotional void in a physical way or to attract unnecessary attention to a person, or to seek approval from other people. In some of these cases, we are then beginning to deal with psychological issues or deep seated insecurities in a person. If surgery is for sexual attractiveness, simply because you want to be found more sexually attractive, then perhaps you are dealing with a deeper issue in terms of esteem.
So if surgery is for enhancing a vanity, then we are dealing with issues internally that surgery would probably never be able to satisfy.”
WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW:
The Bible is silent about cosmetic surgery and there is really nothing that tells us it is wrong – Pastor Tony Rapu pic.twitter.com/H0NSeTGbkv
— Laila Ijeoma | Lailasnews.com (@LailaIjeoma) November 29, 2019