The Brooklyn bishop who was allegedly robbed during a church service is offering to “lay hands” on the suspects in the case, but in a good way.

“Let me baptize you in the name of Jesus,” Bishop Lamor Whitehead said in an Instagram video following the incident.

According to the New York Police Department, the bishop was in the middle of delivering his sermon at the Leaders of Tomorrow International Ministries church when three gunmen burst in.

Police said the assailants “demanded property” from the 44-year-old bishop and his 38-year-old wife, straight up jacking them of all the FLASHY jewelry they were known to wear to church.

And it all was captured on video as the worship service was being livestreamed for virtual audiences.

In the video, that has now gone viral, the bishop can be heard saying “alright, alright,” before dropping to the ground on his hands and knees.

A masked suspect can be seen approaching the bishop and holding what appears to be a firearm at his back, while relieving the bishop of his jewels.

Police said, in total, the attackers were believed to have taken around $400,000 worth of jewelry.

After the church heist, they fled in a white Mercedes Benz.

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The bishop said he is thankful that no one was hurt during the incident. He posted a followup video on Instagram, speaking about his personal background from the streets, defending his decision to wear the hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of jewelry and ritzy lifestyle and warning the alleged attackers that their actions were caught on camera and will likely lead to their capture.

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But in the end, as a man of God, he said he would like to help heal the crooks with a dip in the Baptismal pool. He is also offering a $50,000 reward for tips helping to lead to the arrest of the suspects.

Stay safe out there everyone and — shame on the thieves. There should be no crime in the house of the Lord!

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