Hardship: Use your offerings to feed the pøor and unemployed instead of building church auditoriums — Pst. Kumuyi tells Christians

The General Superintendent of the Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor William Kumuyi has advised Christians against giving their offerings to the Church but rather give it to the p%or and unemployed in their communities.

Kumuyi who made the statement in his message to his church congregation said that Christians should not spend all their money on building churches but also help their p%or neighbours who can’t afford basic life needs.

Recall that a controversial OAP, Daddy Freeze had rebuked some Nigerian pastors over their ostentatious lifestyle while their members lived in abject pov£rty.

Freeze was quoted to have said, “When I started going against tithe, there’s no Nigerian pastor that didn’t respond. I just came and read the bible to them: Deuteronomy chapter 14, if you read from verse 22, it said, ‘Eat your tithe by yourself.’ I read it.”

Kumuyi noted that it is good to build the church but while building, Christians must remember their neighbours d¥ing of h¥nger.

Your neighbour, who does not have anything, your sisters, and your brother have nothing to send their children to school. We built DLICC (Deeper Life International Conference Centre) with all the offerings we could build. And we can not be at ease and allow our members to d#e of h¥nger and to be destr%yed because they have nothing and we have the money.

“And what if this church, like we used to do in the olden days, in the good old days that we reserve some amount of money for charity? That we allocate some amount of money for building DLICC, and the district church, and the people we’re building for are dying of h¥nger, malnutrition, and starvation.

We should give priority to members of our church, even those who are not members. We know them, and we can contact them


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