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"You Are Still A Faithful Believer If You Seek Wealth, Power And Name" - Reno Advises Christians

While reacting to the behaviour of some believers, the former aide to President Jonathan, a notable writer and a well-known activist, Reno Omokri has taken to his official and verified Twitter page to condemn some people who lack the understanding of God's words.

In his tweet, Reno Omokri said "One of the greatest misconceptions in Christianity is Matthew 6:33. Christ said “seek ye first the Kingdom of God”. He did not say seek ONLY. So, you are still a faithful believer if you seek wealth, power and a name AFTER you have sought and obtained the Kingdom."

Remember, the Bible says in Mathew 6 vs 33 that "But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well."

According to Reno Omokri, who is also a televangelist and a true worshipper of God, he said the Bible passage did not forbid believers from seeking wealth and power. He said, once the Word of God has been obeyed, it is not a sin if you build your name as well, Reno Omokri said.

Indeed, this is an eye opener tweet from a beloved person, and it will do more good if more people can come to reality and sees things the way they are.

So many Twitter users and many other followers of Reno Omokri has reacted to this tweet, see what a few of them said;

What is your own opinion about what the scripture says and how Reno Omokri interpreted it?

Source: Reno Omokri's Twitter page.

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