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God Gives To Everyone Without Prejudice” — Pastor Abel Damina Berates Pastor David Ibiyeomie After The Salvation Ministries General Overseer Said He Gave God $1Million

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“Your Gospel Is Fraudulent; God Is Not A Small Boy That’ll Only Give To You Because You Gave To Him.

If That Is How God Operates, Many People Giving Offerings Would Be Richer Than Dangote Who’s Not Even A Born Again.

God Gives To Everyone Without Prejudice” — Pastor Abel Damina Berates Pastor David Ibiyeomie After The Salvation Ministries General Overseer Said He Gave God $1Million

When He Didn’t Have A Building Of His Own And God Told Him He’ll Never Be Broke Which Is Why He’s Today One Of The Wealthiest Preachers On Earth.

 

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“For those of you that your pastors prophesied that you will sing a new song this year, go and learn the new national anthem” – Bishop Kukah jokingly tells Christians.

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Humorous Comment from Bishop Kukah

Bishop Matthew Kukah’s Joke: Bishop Matthew Kukah, a Catholic bishop known for his wit and sarcasm, made a humorous comment about the prophecies of some Christian pastors.

New Song vs. New National Anthem: He jokingly told Christians who were prophesied to “sing a new song” this year to instead learn the new national anthem, implying that the prophecy might not be as spiritual as they thought.

Lighthearted Approach: Bishop Kukah’s comment is a lighthearted way to poke fun at the idea of prophecies and the expectations surrounding them.

Social Media Reaction: The comment has likely generated laughter and debate on social media, with some people appreciating the humor and others interpreting it as a commentary on the nature of prophecies and religious expectations.

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Winners Chapel pastor bags life imprisonment for raping minor in church

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A pastor with Winners Chapel Church, Omuo- Ekiti, Enoch Gbinyiam, was on Thursday, June 13, sentenced to one year imprisonment by an Ado- Ekiti High Court for r@ping a minor in his church.

Gbinyiam was dragged before the court on a one-count charge levelled against him. The State Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Julius Ajiba, had told the court that the pastor r@ped the daughter of a member of the church during her visit to the vicarage.

According to Aliba, the victim usually visited the vicarage to assist the pastor’s wife with house chores, teach and help his young children in their school assignments.

“It was during one of her visits to the mission house that the defendant sedated a bottle of fanta and offered her to drink. The minor took the Fanta and slept off only to wake up and found out that she was bleeding profusely from her vagina.’’

Aliba told the court that the police were alerted and the pastor was arrested and then charged to court. He said that the offence contravened section 2 of the Gender Based Violence (Prohibition) Law, 2019. Four witnesses and tendered two exhibits to prove his case.

The pastor, who spoke through his counsel, Adeyinka Opaleke, pleaded not guilty to the charge against him. He called one witness and tendered an evidence in defence of himself.

Justice O.I.O Ogunyemi ruled that the prosecution proved its case beyond reasonable doubt and then convicted the defendant and sentenced him to life imprisonment in a Correctional Centre.

 

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Chanting is not speaking in tongues. Music ministers are bringing voodoo, spiritism, and astral projection into the church in the name of music – Pastor Abel Damina blows hot.

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Pastor Abel Damina has expressed strong concerns about the music ministry in churches, accusing some music ministers of introducing occult practices such as voodoo, spiritism, and astral projection under the guise of music.

He distinguishes between genuine spiritual practices and what he considers to be unbiblical and dangerous influences.

His statements may spark debate and reflection within the religious community about the role of music in worship and the importance of discernment.

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