- It may appear that churches are seeing the importance of cryptocurrency and considering embracing it
- This is as a photo from a church's television ministration captured the church Bitcoin wallet on the screen
- Above the Bitcoin address that was pasted in the caption 'partner with us' and this got many talking
Churches may be exploring the options of including cryptocurrencies in their mode of transaction or receiving funds.
This is following a viral photo taken from a church's television broadcast.
In the photo shared on Instagram by @kingtundeednut, a Bitcoin wallet for the church was pasted on the screen with 'partner with us' written above it.
The identity of the church is however still unknown.
Social media reacts to the development
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While some remarked that it was not a big deal, others raised concerns that the church may have some fraudulent plans up its sleeves with the new introduction.
"Even church get bitcoin wallets surest business even when the economy is collapsing the gullible ones will still sow seed of whatever title their daddy in lord names it ‘ seed of empowerment’ seed of favour ‘ seed of flourish."
"I dunno much about bitcoin but how are you supposed to type that looong address without making a mistake."
@tommy_bomb official commented:
"No time, wallet address go display for screen. Angels go Dey convert the bitcoins to sacrifice for heaven. Abeg make una leave me o, I never do my 2FA security for my wallet make usher no go scam me."
"If I wan pay now ....na to dey write ham one by one ?"
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Pastor tells members that sin cannot take man to hell
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a pastor had boldly declared in a video that sin cannot take one to hell.
In a video sighted on social media, the man of God said:
''Sin can never take a man to hell, never''.
The cleric asked:
''How can Jesus who is God die to pay sin and then sin now stands up to claim men?''
The preacher reiterated that Jesus did not collapse or die due to an accident, but died intentionally to deal with sin, hence, the sins of believers have been paid for.
He posed rhetorical questions to the congregation:
''Did Jesus die or he fainted? Did he die or he collapsed? Was it a mistaken death or intentional? And why did he die intentionally?''