Blasphemy accusations which are so common in Pakistan, can lead to sentences of life in prison and even death.
Blasphemy is a concept that ibeing interpreted very broadly and which often leads to terrible injustices.
"I ask you to punish the two men under the blasphemy laws for having published and printed these texts," the prosecutor said.
"No one should be allowed to take justice into their own hands, nor to abuse the blasphemy laws."
The court official went on to say that the Lahore High Court also ordered Masih to be released from custody.
The initial blasphemy accusation against Pervaiz was made by a Muslim co-worker in October 2013.
Twenty-give Christians, including Asif Perviazare, are currently held in prison on false blasphemy charges.
The court’s decision comes almost seven years after the initial blasphemy accusation was made.
Between 1987 and 2017, 1,534 individuals in Pakistan have been accused of blasphemy, according to ICC.