- Nigerian pastor, Chukwuemeka Odumeje, has spoken on a topic that is a touchy discussion on social media
- The Indaboski preacher spoke on tithes as he shared his opinion about it
- According to the man of God, it is criminal for a pastor to ask his members to pay tithes
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Nigerian preacher, Prophet Odumeje, has become a sort of internet sensation in recent times as more people now have his name on their lips.
As a result, old videos of the preacher have emerged with people discussing his take on issues.
In one of Prophet Odumeje’s unearthed videos, he was seen discussing the issue of tithing which has become a touchy subject for many Christians in this day and age.
According to Odumeje, a man of God asking his congregation to pay tithes is criminal.
In the video, the pastor who is also known as the Lion himself, the Liquid Metal and the Indaboski, was seen discussing with a fan in a plane.
Indaboski said that Jesus had told Peter to go to the riverside and that he would see a fish waiting there for him. The preacher then said that the fish gave Peter money.
He used the fish story to buttress his point about tithing. According to Odumeje, if he is serving a true living God, He will give him money and it is not left for him to start asking his church members for tithes because it is criminal.
Odumeje said that he does not have time for collecting tithes but he only has time to prove God’s power to the world.
See the video below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Prophet Odumeje, revealed the source of his money and power to the world.
According to Odumeje, if you serve a true living God, He will give you money. He also said that God is a rich God and he made Solomon rich.
Speaking further, Odumeje said that there is only one God and one power and that it is Jesus. He also said that if people feel someone else gave him spiritual powers, then the person should come out to reveal himself.
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