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CHC devotee who wrote passionate open letter to PM Lee invites detractors to his church – church members cheer him on

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The (CHC) devotee who wrote a passionate open letter to Prime Minister  implying that opposition members are responsible for the public outcry against the lighter sentence imposed on his Church leaders, has invited his detractors to join him for Easter services. The devotee, Desmond Loo, had earlier suggested that the Government should listen to the “real people” and let the sentence be without appealing it.

(Read also: CHC devotee writes passionate open letter to PM Lee implying opposition supporters are reason for ‘lynching’ of church)

Writing in his Facebook Desmond said that he loves his church, his country and the stability and peace the Singapore government provides through visionary and committed leaders. He added that his detractors should join him in his church over the long weekend to better understand how his values are shaped.

“This is real invitation to discover the love God has for you, performed by a group of really talented volunteers…come and bring your family and friends who need healing or a miracle.” – Desmond Loo

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I love my church, my country and the stability & peace my government provides through visionary and committed leaders….

Posted by Desmond Loo on Monday, 10 April 2017

CHC members who responded to his post egged him on in the challenge.
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