Why Do Pastors Hate This Bible Verse? - Twitter User Asks
By TaiwoSamwell | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 18159 views
A Twitter user with the username @Spenzy9 has gone on the micro blogging platform to ask why pastors hate and don't quote a particular Bible verse. He took the opportunity to ask as 'Pastors' is currently trending on Twitter.
And the Bible verse says 'Set your tithe aside and give it to the levite, the foreigner, the fatherless and the widows'
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What do you think about the Bible verse and do you think pastors really hate it?
As for me, I won't really say they hate it but it seems they tend to censor it when preaching about tithing and quote verses that support their intentions. The verse clearly states that tithes are not for pastors only and you can give them to the less privileged.
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