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'God will never open the doors of heaven for those who don't pay tithe'- Bishop Oyedepo breaks silence on Tithing| Watch Video

The founder and General Overseer of the Living Faith Church popularly known as ‘Winners Chapel’, Bishop David Oyedepo has decided to break his silence on the controversial issue of tithing by Christian worshippers, stating that God will never open the doors of heaven for those who do not pay their tithes no matter the prayers.

Bishop Oyedepo made this statement during the just-concluded Shiloh 2017 held at Canaan Land, Lagos.

The cleric reiterated that the only way God can open the windows of heaven in a man's life is if he paid his tithes.

According to Oyedepo, all he could do was pray for one to be a genuine tither but for God to open the heavens for a non-tither is impossible because the scriptures cannot be broken.

Bishop Oyedepo has remained mum on the issue of tithing ever since popular OAP, Daddy Freeze began the campaign against the payment of tithes by Christian worshippers.

The Cool FM OAP has been attacking prominent men of God in the country over the issue with his recent focus on RCCG's General Overseer, Pastor E.A Adeboye.

Recall that last month, Freeze reacted to a viral video of the RCCG pastor requesting for a donation of N1bn. [Read here if you missed it]


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