- An American televangelist has left social media buzzing over his tithing comments
- Identified as Kenneth Copeland, he urged Christians not to stop tithing even if they lose their jobs due to coronavirus
- According to the man of God, quarantine should not stop Christians from paying their tithes
Following the outbreak of coronavirus across the globe, many countries have enforced mandatory quarantine in other to contain and control the spread of the virus which has claimed the lives of thousands.
While churches have been instructed to close down, an American man of God is letting Christians know that nothing should stop them from paying their tithes, not even if they lose their jobs.
Identified as Kenneth Copeland, he recently spoke on the issue of the virus which he claims God revealed to him would be over soon. While speaking on how it has affected people and their means of livelihood, he stated that they have no cause to worry if they put their trust in God.
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Speaking on the restricted movements in the country, he stated that people should not worry about losing their jobs as that is not where their source is, but God.
Looking into the camera, he warned Christians not to stop tithing, no matter the situation.
He stated that if they can't physically visit the church, they should make e-transfers.
Watch the video below:
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Meanwhile, as the novel coronavirus continues to spread in Nigeria with five more confirmed cases, many Nigerians are taking extra care to keep themselves protected and celebrities are not left out.
Joining many Nigerian celebrities to react to the pandemic is Yemi Alade. The sensational singer recently took to social media to create awareness about the virus in a rather interesting and unique way.
Taking to her Instagram page, the self-acclaimed king of queens, shared a video of herself, mock-dialing someone with some bundles of naira notes. Shortly after speaking to the person who accuses her of using 'dirty money to call him', she then advises fans to always wash their hands after touching money.
Just recently, news made the rounds that a Nigerian cleric, Imam Ali-Agan, spoke against the government’s move to stop public prayer gatherings to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
According to reports, Imam Ali-Agan while speaking in an interview with PRNigeria, said that the government should not make such move because Muslims are naturally immune to coronavirus do to their lifestyle of always covering their bodies, avoiding handshake and frequent ablutions. Well, in a new post on social media, Imam Ali-Agan has spoken again on his stance on the issue after his interview went viral.
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