Nigerian Pastor Reveals What Will Happen To Christianity If Tithes Are Removed
It is becoming a growing concern that Christianity today has been filled with many self-acclaimed Men of God who open churches for the sake of enriching their pockets and living good lives. The case of giving tithe offerings has been turned into something else in today's world as many pastors see it as an opportunity of enriching their lives. Popular Nigerian pastor, author and activist, Reno Omokri has come out to speak concerning pastorship in the world today.
In a tweet he made via his twitter handle, he said pastoring is a calling and not a job. He said the reason why the scripture said one can't serve God and money is because people take up jobs because of money and take up calls because of God.
He ended by saying that the number of churches and pastors would reduce if tithe is removed from Christianity.
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