- Christians have been urged to not stop giving tithes even if they lose their jobs due to coronavirus
- American televangelist Kenneth Copeland who made the call says Jesus is people's source, and not their jobs
- The preacher says whatever people do, they should not stop tithing and sowing offering
Christians have been urged by American televangelist Kenneth Copeland not to stop paying tithes and sowing offerings even if they lose their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic facing the world.
In a video circulating on social media, the televangelist said Jesus is people's source, and not their jobs.
He said: “Fear of this coronavirus is faith in its ability to hurt you or kill you. The fear of what are we gonna do? I’m getting laid off at work!
“Hey! Your job’s not your source. If it is, you’re in trouble. Jesus is your source! Whatever you do right now, don’t you stop tithing! Don’t you stop sowing offerings.
“Well, they won’t let us go to church!
“Well, email it in, then! Text together. Something. But you get your tithe in that church if you have to go take it down there and drop it off… stick it under the door or something. You get that tithe in that church, you get that offering in that church, and then you go home and do what you’re supposed to do.”
Below is the video:
In other news, the general overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, Pastor Daniel Olukoya, has closed down churches in Lagos and Ogun states and declared 30-day fasting.
This directive was in response to the coronavirus pandemic that the world is currently battling with.
The church was complying with the directives of the Lagos and Ogun states governments banning all religious meetings and gatherings of more than fifty worshippers as an urgent measure taken to curtail coronavirus.
According to a statement by MFM, no services, including deliverance ministrations must hold in any of its branches at all levels in the affected states till further notice.
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