Pastors with private jets won’t be accepted into heaven – Prophet Amos

Prophet Amos of Jesus Christ Temple Ministry, Warri, Delta state, has stated that clergymen who own private jets or universities will not make heaven.

The man of God made the assertion during sermon in church on Sunday, adding that pastors that have between N500 million to N1 billion in their bank accounts will also be left behind when rapture occurs.

Amos further said that clergymen who own universities and estates or ordain their wives would not see paradise.

He said; “Any pastor wey buy jet, if he see heaven, I pull my shoes. Any pastor wey get estate and university, if he see heaven, if the door of heaven open [for him], that means it will also open for Sodom and Gomorrah.

“Any prophet wey get N1 billion, N500 million for his account, na e be say na only him na e the gospel first reach. Any pastor wey ordain his wife, if he see heaven, na e be say na only you be first pastor wey marry. The apostles no marry? Show me their wives names for bible. All of them were married.”

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Months ago, a Nigerian man identified as Maazi Chukwudiaso Onyema, has appealed to Dunamis International Gospel Center to refund all his tithes as the hardship in Nigeria is biting him hard.

He made the appeal in a video circulating on social media as he said he is no longer interested in the Kingdom of God.

The young man showed his tithe card in the clip and gave a lengthy speech about how he had allegedly been brainwashed and he was in the proper frame of mind when he paid the tithes to the church.

Onyema said he is currently suffering and has calculated all the money in his tithe card and wants it back. He said he does not need the offering or gifts he has given to the church. He said that he joined the Dunamis church in 2008 and he was told to store up treasures for himself in heaven through tithes.

The man who also showed two certificates he got after attending training in the church, added that he was hungry and there was a lot of suffering. Onyema further explained how his bank failed him due to the current situation in Nigeria.

In other news, a Nigerian lady has shared her recent memorable encounter with a street tout, (agbero) she maintains a friendly relationship with.

The entrepreneur known as Phinesmiles said whenever they cross paths, he always hails her and she ends up giving him some little cash.

However, she recently found herself stranded when her car tyre burst, as fate would have it, the man saw her and decided to help. He called a vulcanizer to fix it for her and even paid for the service, but she still offered him money in gratitude for lending a helping hand.

Before they parted ways, he informed her that he won N3 million through sports betting and that may be the last time she would see him in that area as he was going back to his village to start transport business.

She wrote; Every day, there is this agbero that will hail me for money. Each time I see him, I will give him any little cash I have. Sometimes, I may not have lower denominations, and I will tell him later or the next day.

Yesterday I was busy and my car tyre went down, the agbero saw it. Went to call the vulcanizer to come and fix it, and he came to tell me before they started to fix it. When I asked how much he said he has paid😯 I told him not to reject the money that he needs it and I am very grateful for him taking note. I probably would have been stranded after work.