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Do we really have to Give to God.

By OMA | 06-12-2018 | Religion |  

God does not do Trade By Barter

God's salary.

Most times I ask myself what it truly means to give to God.

"Whatsoever you do to the least of my brothers, that also ye do unto me"

When I was hungry you gave me to eat. When I was thirsty you gave me to drink.

When I was homeless you gave me shelter. Now enter into the kingdom of my father.

Giving to God is giving to Humanity. Giving to your fellow man. The upressed, The Widowed, The Homless, the displaced, Orphans and generally less privilledged.

In my opinion, tithes and offering in the church only enriches the church owners and associates expecially in this part of the world where religion has been grossly abused.

I would be sure of it to admit that God does not need your money before he blesses you since God owns everything and dishes them out as it pleases him.

Except you tell me you want to bribe God to get a blessing from God.

God has given you all things that pertains to life and Godliness.

Don't be a vicitm of thier evil doctrine quoting always from the old testament from book of Malachi when Jesus already unvieled in the New testament.

These preachers uses scriptures to manipulate you the way it pleases them.

Pastors are nothing but mere psychologist who reads you and tell you what you want to hear.

Take for instance a 34 year old lady that is not married.

What do you expect your pastor to tell you?

Your miracle Husband is on the way.... thats it.

Invest your money. Help the poor, give to the needy and less priviledged. God doesn't indulge in trade by barter.

Reverend Father Mbaka was openly shaming Peter Obi for not donating publicly to his church in Enugu Adoration Ministry.

This is a step too far in the wrong direction.

Dont be a victim of religious exploit.

A lot of evil these days are perpetrayed hiding under the guise of christainity.

Beware of these greedy men of god.

Giving to God comes in different names. First fruit. Sacrifice. Tithe. Offering.

A word is enough.