There seems to be a clash of interest between the General Overseer of Faith Tabernacle Ministry, Bishop Oyedepo and the former special assistant to former president Goodluck Jonathan on media, Reno Omokri.
Bishop Oyedepo yesterday made a post on his verified twitter handle, he stated it categorically that tithing is an inseparable covenant obligation. He went further to say that prosperity and wealth are impossible without tithing, because when you are not paying your tithe, that you are under financial curse. The tweet made by Bishop Oyedepo could be seen below.
On the other hand, Reno Omokri seems not to be comfortable with what Bishop Oyedepo said. He then decided to oppose him, saying that in the New Testament, the Holy Book regarded we are all "a royal priesthood". Stating it clearly that we won't be poor if we do not pay tithe.
The tweet made by Reno could be seen below here.
What is your take based on what these two men are saying here? Do you think that even Christian must pay his or her tax before he or she could become rich? Or do you think that paying big tax has no connection with being wealth or rich? What is your own opinion?
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