The gospel actor and father of three gave the warning via his Facebook page late Friday night.
The filmmaker and evangelist highlighted the potential dangers of cohabitation with someone they are not married to, especially for those who claim to be saved.
Bamiloye expressed concern that despite identifying as “saved” and declaring Jesus Christ as their Lord, these ladies are engaged in the practice of cohabitation, which he believes is sinful.
He questioned the authenticity of their faith, asking which type of Jesus they believe in and which blood was shed for them to continue living in a pool of sin.
He particularly highlighted the issue of these ladies cooking for men to whom they are not married.
He stated that such actions are morally wrong and inconsistent with their professed beliefs.
He acknowledged that their gifts and talents might be a blessing to others and capable of healing souls, but he urged them to reconsider their current living arrangements.
In his passionate post, Bamiloye told these individuals to “CALL themselves TO ORDER,” indicating that they need to take a serious look at their lives and make necessary changes.
He stressed that serious consequences could be lurking in the corners, ready to undermine their calling and ministry from God.
“You say you are saved
And Jesus Christ is your Lord, And you are Cohabiting with a person you are not married to.
Which type of Jesus died for You? Which Blood was shed for you to be wallowing in Pool of Sin? Which Heaven are you Going?
You are Living together with a Lady you have not Married.
You are living with and cooking for the Man that have not married you.
Yet your Gifts and Talents are Blessing Lives and Healing Souls.
IS IT NOT TIME YOU CALL YOURSELF TO ORDER ?
Because there are huge Consequences lurking in the Corners to RUBBISH THE CALLING AND MINISTRY OF GOD OVER YOUR LIFE”, he wrote on his verified Facebook page.