A Sheep (fool) was the best description given of Followers of the Beast- ‘Jesus’ in the Bible.

In Igbo land, when we want to CLEARLY describe a fool, we use the name ‘ATURU’. .this is because of its characteristics of dumbness and foolishness. .everybody knows that sheep’s flocks, THEY MOVE IN GROUP…they don’t think, nor have their own reasoning YET THEY WERE GIVEN BRAINS FOR THAT. .but in our bibles, under Christianity, ‘sheep’ was the MOST STUPID ANIMAL used to describe us. .not even a goat that proves stubborn atimes, but a sheep. .what does that entail? It means that we don’t reason and would not want to reason over what we are reading, nor think deeply of what we are into/worshipping or following. .All we know/do is to flock together where the multitude are…whatever one says, all of them follows, no one checks IF WHAT HE IS FOLLOWING IS RIGHT OR WRONG…that is why we have gatherings where all sheeps gather, it is called ‘A fellow-ship’, my fellow sheep…the Beast called Zeus, officially known as ‘Ye-Zeus’ in Greek or Je-zus in Christianity RIGHTLY addressed himself as ‘THE SHEPHERD (Remember he is the beast), and he said “I KNOW MY SHEEP, AND MY SHEEP KNOWS ME, THEY HEAR MY VOICE…” (John 10:27)

On the other way round, the name ‘CHURCH’ which means ‘BELONGING TO LORD, and you know what ‘LORD’ means- ‘BAAL’. So, it means ‘BELONGING TO BAAL’

‘CHURCH’ was derived from same name/sound “Kyriakós oíkos” i.e ‘house of the Lord’?

Now you ask, which ‘LORD’? of course The ‘KHRISTOS’ (Greek name of the devil) – just as the name implies…In order words, ‘HOUSE OF KHRISTOS’. The first word in that Greek name for Church is ‘Kyriakós’ while the old English pronounced it as “cirice” (Ki-ri-keh). The name ‘Kyriakós’, which is belonging to ‘Kýrios’ (Lord) i.e from the origin of the name- ‘KHRISTOS’… from here, we can understand that the name ‘Church’ is derived from the name of the Greek Sun-deity ‘Khristos’ (Ye-Zeus Khristos (Greek) = Ie-sus Christus (Latin) = JESUS CHRIST (English)), which is why “Kyriakē” means “[the day] of the Lord”, i.e. SUN-day- (The Day for the SUN)

This is as well same source of the Name – ‘CHRIST-IANS’ i.e ‘FOLLOWERS OF KHRISTOS’ i.e Ye-Zeus- Khristos (The Ancient Greek Pagan Sun-deity)…It is also for this SUN god that we were re-directed to worship on the ‘SUN’-day.

“In Greek, the adjective kyriak-ós/-ē/-ón means “belonging, or pertaining, to a Kýrios” (“Lord”), and the usage was adopted by early Christians of the Eastern Mediterranean with regard to anything pertaining to the Lord Jesus Christ: hence “Kyriakós oíkos” (“house of the Lord”, church), “Kyriakē” (“[the day] of the Lord”, i.e. Sunday), or “Kyriakē proseukhē” (the “[Lord's prayer]“).

In standard Greek usage, the older word “ecclesia” (ἐκκλησία, ekklesía, literally “assembly”, “congregation”, or the place where such a gathering occurs) was retained to signify both a specific edifice of Christian worship (a “church”), and the overall community of the faithful (the “Church”). This usage was also retained in Latin and the languages derived from Latin (e.g. French église, Italian chiesa, Spanish iglesia, Portuguese igreja, etc.), as well as in the Celtic languages (Welsh eglwys, Irish eaglais, Breton iliz, etc.).

In the Germanic and some Slavic languages, the word kyriak-ós/-ē/-ón was adopted instead and derivatives formed thereof. In Old English the sequence of derivation started as “cirice” (Ki-ri-keh), then “churche” (kerke), and eventually “church” in its current pronunciation. German Kirche, Scottish kirk, Russian tserkov, etc., are all similarly derived.”

“They asked us to be going to ‘CHURCH’ (6)

On a ‘SUN-DAY (6)

To worship ‘YE-ZEUS’ (6)”