'Pastors' Is Currently Trending On Twitter, See What Twitter Users Are Saying About Pastors
By TaiwoSamwell | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 2 views
LTwitter is a micro blogging social media platform. Twitter users are known mainly for savage replies, memes and so on. Today, 'Pastors' is trending on Twitter and a lot of users have been saying a lot of things about pastors which I'll be sharing with you.
I think the reason why 'Pastors' is trending is about a tweet Bishop Oyedepo made. 👇👇👇
A user said "When you read your Bible well, you will not be a slave to the pastors neither will you see yourself as a slave to the pastors"
Another user replied Bishop Oyedepo saying " I hate it when pastors lie unprovoked. You're not under any financial curse if you don't tithe. The world's wealthiest 1% control more than half of the world's wealth with out tithing and no amount of tithing will keep you in their tax bracket." 👇👇
See other user reactions in the screenshots below 👇👇
What do you have to say about they said and do you agree with Bishop Oyedepo?
As for me, I have nothing to say.
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