- Media personality, Toke Makinwa, has taken to Twitter to speak on a controversial topic, paying of first fruit
- According to the TV girl, she always pays her first fruit from any business venture she goes into
- Toke said she pays her first fruit, not because God needs it but because it is a partnership with Him
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These days, the issue of tithes and first fruit payment has become a controversial topic that many people shy away from.
More and more people on social media have now been known for condemning the payment of tithes or first fruit because they feel it is a way for men of God to enrich their pockets.
Well, media personality, Toke Makinwa, has now taken to social media via her Twitter page to share her take on the touchy subject.
Toke said that the power of tithes and first fruit is a personal conviction and journey with God and that she cannot help but boast about it.
The young lady said that she always pays her first fruit from every new business she ventures into. Toke also said that she pays it, not because God needs it but because it is her way of partnering with Him.
She wrote: “The power of “first fruit”, while I think paying tithes/giving your first fruit is a personal journey/conviction, I can’t help but boast in God. Every business venture I have ever gone into, I pay my first fruit not because he needs it, but it’s my way of partnering with God.”
See her tweet below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that televangelist, Kenneth Copeland, urged his church members not to stop paying tithes even if they lose their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Copeland 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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