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|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by Patrioticman007(m): 9:26am On Apr 11|
Mr pastor, others started just like you, with time, I mean tithe, the church shall own many wealth. Hope you won't end like others that started like you.
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by TheLasyBuddha: 9:26am On Apr 11|
Realising this means you're paying very good attention. Spirituality isn't all there is to build in a person. In fact, when a person struggles in other aspect of their life, their spiritual life may be affected. This isn't the time to say "trust in God. It will be well, brethren", it is a time to deeply understand why their economic situation is the way it is and how you could be of help, it doesn't have to be financial often.
It is time to preach topics that are pertinent to situations most of your members experience.
People are tired of this Heavenly race, they want to make a decent living here on Earth first. How can you help them live rightly financially, socially, spiritually, psychologically? That is your job.
No come preach Heaven and Hell.
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by Eze2000(m): 9:26am On Apr 11|
Kindlt send me a PM or reach out to me on whatsapps using the number on my profile. It's my private number and I put there for you. I will remove it tomorroe so pls hurry and get it.
No calls whatsapp only.
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by doggedfighter(f): 9:27am On Apr 11|
YourNextLevel:Shut up and sit down, scammer.
Spiritual things, ko
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|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by GreaterFuture3: 9:27am On Apr 11|
It is good now that somebody is finally saying the truth.
Too much wickedness in this country, too much selfishness, too much pretending.
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|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by fridayakpos: 9:28am On Apr 11|
true man of god u are, na god call u, cus some men of god dont ave pipo in heart,god blesss u
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by kalu61(m): 9:28am On Apr 11|
ChocolateWine:You didn't read what he posted.
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by RuddyFusion(m): 9:28am On Apr 11|
Miracle4all:Every physical problems have a spiritual root....while you try to minister to their physical needs, pray to HIM that breaks yoke to break the yoke of poverty among your flock....
Never use physical eye to look at any issue for man is a spirit and the spiritual controls the physical
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by ahnie(f): 9:29am On Apr 11|
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by sgtponzihater1(m): 9:29am On Apr 11|
Apt. Spiritual problems about, but another majority are just financial problems
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by fridayakpos: 9:30am On Apr 11|
doggedfighter:small pikin na dy worrry u
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by RuddyFusion(m): 9:30am On Apr 11|
TheLasyBuddha:Man is a spirit , it's good he sees their physical needs and thinks towards it, but the spiritual.yole needs to be broken
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by YourNextLevel(m): 9:32am On Apr 11|
She's a kid and blinded. Probably didn't understand what i said because she doesn't open the holy book lol
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by mmadu4: 9:33am On Apr 11|
fake pastor . you just woke up one day and ordained your self a pastor . may God have mercy on all you fake men of God
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by kalu61(m): 9:34am On Apr 11|
RuddyFusion:Nothing like spiritual root. Bad leadership, governance and economic are the root causes. Wake up Africa.
The pastor is complaining due to low turn over. In time to come, when money starts coming, the true human greed in him will set in. He is still at the infant stage, even himself is financial down. l just hope some folks do some donations for him and the congregation.
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by fridayakpos: 9:34am On Apr 11|
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by GideonOluwatobi(m): 9:36am On Apr 11|
Introduce them to businesses
A journey of a thousand miles starts with a step
They need to work hard then smartly.
Money dy o
Only that ppl r distracted by white colar jobs
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by larrixauto2017(m): 9:36am On Apr 11|
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|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by sinkhole: 9:36am On Apr 11|
Miracle4all:God work, Pastor, but....
It will be better to teach people to fish rather than give them fish to eat!
I think that simply telling your members to bring materials to help others may not be good enough (though good attempt) but I think you should encourage your members to go to schools (those who can), aspire to be in position of power, venture into serious legal business and then when they get "up there" they should always look back to the church to lift more people out of poverty!
I think I will call this model, "lift up model"
Good work Pastor, I think you're doing great and you yourself should remember the son of who you were when finally the tiny contributions of each member finally lift you out of poverty.
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by Willie2015: 9:40am On Apr 11|
Have you ever worship abroad....
There are things whites dont pray for...
Father, give me bread to eat... water to drink...
House to live...car to drive... my children school fees....
are Naija type of prayer....
That arises as a result of poor leadership.... Nothin aint spiritual about all these...
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by shadeyinka(m): 9:47am On Apr 11|
The rich have their own kinds of problems although not usually financial. Haven't you heard of rich people commiting suicide?
There problems could include having wayward children, having some sickness (emotional, physical , psychological). They could have dreams and nightmares concerning these.
. He could see his drug addicted son pursuing him with knife in his dreams. He could have nightmares of his business burning down...
Although, the truth is that the rich man will not seek God as a solution to his problems UNTIL he has exhausted the power of his money and connection.
The Rich are also not prone to accusing their Village People for their problems: these seems to be the only difference.
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by Austinoiz(m): 9:48am On Apr 11|
Oga/Madam spirituality, shebi your inability to read and pass with good grades na spiritual problem ni.
Your inability to marry when u dreamt is a spiritual.
Your partner breaks your heart, na spiritual problem.
You insult someone and blame it on your spiritual self.
Enyi a, stop being a clown. U see what bad influence from a lying pastor has done to you'd psyche.
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by RuddyFusion(m): 9:51am On Apr 11|
Austinoiz:Keep your view and opinion while i.keep mine. Happy Sunday
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by Lamasta(m): 9:51am On Apr 11|
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by femi4: 9:51am On Apr 11|
The poor will always be in the Church anyway
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by RuddyFusion(m): 9:54am On Apr 11|
Willie2015:I schooled abroad and have been to other countries outside Europe....
Every location differ with its own configuration and needs
That doesn't change the fact that man is a spirit and the spiritual controls the physical...
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by chatinent(m): 9:54am On Apr 11|
Lol. Ladies and gentlemen, wife to be. Too much sense dey worry you.
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by RuddyFusion(m): 9:57am On Apr 11|
All you mentioned above about Africa have spiritual roots it's that spirit.
There's a foundation upon which everything stands and there's principalities.abd powers , rulers and spiritual wickedness that controls the affairs of the earth and men outside the spiritual coverage of the Holy spirit.,....
There's a spiritual root to every.physical issue and that's a fact
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by ubola: 10:00am On Apr 11|
Hungry man may not be able to shout Hallelujah. When the Israelites were taken as captives, the Babylonians came demanding them to sing those songs of Zion, to make mockery of it but thank God they were bold enough to to challenge them, that how shall they sing the Lords song in a strange land. Poverty, hunger, unemployment, disorganized family, lack of fees, burglary.,theft, kidnapping, banditry, terrorism etc are all 'strange land '.
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by Righteousness2(m): 10:01am On Apr 11|
It's Good to help or assist when you can.
It's good to Encourage those who Have to bless others when they can
But you must be Careful not to Lose Focus on what is Pirioty!
The Food , money or cloths you give cannot save their souls.
What is Most Important is not to feed our flesh but to feed the Spirit with what it needs.
The Word of GOD ! The Gospel that will save their souls is most Important. So do not leave the Gospel and begin to serve tables..
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by RSVP: 10:02am On Apr 11|
I have come to realize that many of us are going through economical problem
And now you said "churches should help each other" then I began to ponder where church A would get money to support church B if still not from her members.
You see pastors should drop this gospel preaching and let's focus more on counseling people how to get their lives together .
counsel your church members how to use their time efficiently to make ends meet rather than asking them to come for Mon-Fri church weekly service.
I don't know what a young man/woman who suppose to be at work around 9am is doing in church praying for what??
We are just unlucky to be in a country where the system are not working nah why we deh reason say village people deh after us. Bros nah Nigeria gan gan be our problem.
|Re: My Experience As A Pastor by Dickson25(m): 10:02am On Apr 11|
work harder with empty stomach abi??
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