David Oyedepo took to Twitter stating that, anyone who does not pay tithe is under a financial curse, adding that such person can never prosper.
Heading to his official Twitter handle, the founder of Winners' Chapel International tweeted saying:
"Tithing is an inescapable covenant obligation. Prosperity not just wealth is impossible without tithing, because when you're not paying your tithe, you're under a financial curse".
A Twitter user while reacting to the tweet, totally disagree with Oyedepo tweet, as he opined that creation of wealth comes when capital is deployed which brings value.
"Tithing cannot create wealth! Wealth creation occurs when you deploy capital to create value.
When X gives 1/10 of his earnings to your church, there’s no production or investment, thus he has not created value, but only enriched you. Tithing is a church sponsored ponzi scheme".
However, both tweet has sparked up reactions from other Twitter users who have now taken sides.
See tweets below:
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