- A Nigerian media personality, Paul Ezeudoh, has asked Christians who are constantly in need of money to check their faith
- Paul said that as a child of God, money should never be a problem to that extent that such a person is poor
- The man's opinion did not sit down well with many on social media as they cited examples of poor who are rich without God
A Nigerian man, Paul Ezeudoh, with the Twitter handle @TWEETORACLE has got people talking online when he connected poverty to be being God-less.
In a tweet on Sunday, May 2, he said someone who is a child of God should not always be financially wretched.
The media personality added that in the case that such always happens, then the person needs to check if they indeed servicing God.
His post which did not go down well with some people on the bird app generated massive reactions from tweeps.
See his post below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions to the post below:
"Apostle Peter: MONEY I HAVE NOT, but what I have I give into you. Rise and walk.
I asked again was Peter not serving the living God?"
"You don't even need to serve God before you get rich. So being rich is not a sign of serving God, and not being rich doesn't mean you don't serve God. You might be serving God but still getting it wrong with your finance, all things being equal."
"It's true though because even Jesus said he became poor that we through his poverty might be rich.. Though most time the reverse is the case most Christians are actually broke for real."
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"Elon Musk is an Atheist and he is the Richest Man in the World, Nigeria is one of the most Religious Countries in the world with thousands of churches and pastors yet, the Country is the Poverty Capital of the World and most of the Citizens are living below 2 Dollars in a Day."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @TailorMushroom has celebrated his new automobile in a way that people with cars do.
Taking to the bird app on Saturday, March 27, the man captioned photos of his new tricycle (keke) "New whip alert".