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“You’re a criminal if you don’t pay your tithe; your offense is punishable” – Pastor David Ibiyeomie says

Pastor David Ibiyeomie, lead Pastor of Salvation Ministries, has proclaimed that people who don’t pay their tithes to the church are criminals.
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The televangelist, who in contrast tithing to paying taxes to the federal authorities, said on Sunday that giving 10% of all earnings to the church is required.

Refusing to pay tithe, like tax evasion, is a critical act, in keeping with him.

In his phrases:

“Tax is the federal government’s share, so you don’t say I need to give the federal government my tax, you say you need to pay tax, that is how tithe is God’s personal. Leviticus 27:30. God is the proprietor of the tithe. So, what do you do?

“You pay, it’s only in Nigeria you don’t pay tax and they can leave you, in the Western world it is a big criminal offence, if you don’t pay tithe, you are a criminal, your offence is punishable, tithe is simply one-tenth of your income, 10 per cent of your income goes to God.”
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He additional said that if a person retains experiencing close to success syndrome, it is not as a result of they want deliverance, however it’s as a result of they’re not tithers

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The pastor stated:

“Near success syndrome won’t occur. If you’re experiencing close to success syndrome don’t go for deliverance, you’re not a tither. Anything that I do, when it is near manifestation, the factor will simply go off, you’re not a trustworthy tither.

“Many deliverance ministries, they simply go for deliverance, this is the issue, they don’t pay Tithe faithfully. Yet, they’ll say something I need to do, when it is about to click on it can simply go off.

“It is near success syndrome. Correct it from tithing, don’t correct it from seven days deliverance. Hear this, tithe must be paid first otherwise the curse will remain”

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