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Paying tithe is not a ticket to Heaven and drinking of alcohol is not a sin – Priest tells Christians to emancipate themselves

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A Catholic priest, Rev Fr. Kelvin Ugwu has corrected Christians on the various practices which many term as sinful and righteous.

In a bid to make religious fanatics emancipate themselves from superstitious beliefs, the Malawi-based priest explained that wearing of trousers by women is not a sin, neither is drinking alcohol.

In a post on Facebook, Ugwu also noted that paying of tithes does not guarantee that one would make Heaven, and he stressed that people who don’t pay tithes won’t go to hell either.

In his words; “Let us make this more explicit. . .

Eating of pork is not a sin.

Wearing trousers for ladies is not a sin.

”Drinking alcohol is not a sin.

Not paying tithe will not take you to hell

”Paying tithe is not a ticket to heaven.

Owl is not devilish.

”Wall geckos and cats at your windows have nothing to do with your village people.

Speaking in tongues is not for everyone and you don’t learn it and you don’t forge it

”There is nothing like spiritual husband.

Wet dream or nocturnal emmission is normal. It is not a sin.

”The earlier your emancipate yourself from these falsehoods, the better”

 
 
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