Start Saving Up Your Tithes To Fund Your Plan B Daddy Freeze Reacts To His Former Pastor Paul Adefarasin’s Advice To Leave Nigeria
Daddy Freeze has urged Christians to devise a “Plan B” that would allow them to flee Nigeria by saving their tithes rather than supporting pastors.
In response to the head pastor of House on the Rock Church, Pastor Paul Adefarasin, who advised his church members to find a “Plan B” as an alternative plan to leave the country due to the insecurity brewing in the state, Pastor Paul Adefarasin told his church members to find a “Plan B” as an alternative plan to leave the country.
Freeze, on the other hand, agrees with the priest, but believes that the tithes, donations, and seeds should be used to finance the pastor’s departure from Nigeria.
Here’s what he said:
“Make sure you get ‘Plan B,’ says the pastor. So start putting aside your tithes, crops, and offerings to finance your own backup plan. Is it prudent to keep funding their plan B when yours is dormant?
Shepherds are specifically instructed in the Bible to lay down their lives for their flock, just as Christ did, so I’m not sure why anyone is following their own Christian philosophy.
They come to you when it’s time to finance their ventures, and you generously answer with your tithes, plants, donations, offerings, and pledges.
In times of war, though, they remind you that you are on your own and advise you to come up with a backup plan. I can’t seem to find a unified mentality in this mindset, and I’m perplexed that their support is so powerful.
Wake up, my advice is to put something aside for your plan B, starting with your tithes, seeds, and offerings, as it is obvious that you are not included in their plan, unlike Christ, who included all of mankind in his.”