Controversy Erupts as Pastor John Anosike Asserts Claim to Members’ First Fruits, Defying Traditional Church Norms

Controversy Erupts as Pastor John Anosike Asserts Claim to Members’ First Fruits, Defying Traditional Church Norms

Pastor John Anosike Stirs Controversy by Claiming First Fruits for Personal Honor

In a surprising turn of events, Pastor John Anosike has delivered a directive to his church members, stating that their first fruits should be directed to him personally, rather than the traditional practice of offering it to the church.

The announcement was made during a Sunday service, sparking debates on the meaning and purpose of first fruits.

Challenging Conventional Beliefs on First Fruits

The age-old tradition of giving one’s entire first salary of the year, commonly known as first fruits, has been a topic of debate within religious circles.

However, Pastor Anosike has taken an unconventional stance by instructing his congregation to honor him with their first fruits instead of contributing to the church.

Pastor Anosike’s Unusual Interpretation of First Fruits

During the Sunday service, Pastor Anosike explicitly conveyed his belief that the first fruit offerings were intended for him personally, promising his members miraculous outcomes by the middle of the year if they comply.

He went further to assure that if the directive is followed, wonders will unfold; otherwise, he pledges to return their contributions.

Watch the Controversial Statement Unfold in a Video

Accompanying the statements made by Pastor Anosike, a video shared on Instagram captures the moment when he conveys his instructions to the congregation.

The video has ignited discussions and raised questions about the pastor’s interpretation of this longstanding practice.

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