Thursday, June 15, 2017

Pastor Ashimolowo Tells Congregation To Sow Special Seed & Nigerians Are Screaming

The founder of Kingsway International Christian Centre, KICC, Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo in a video was heard telling his congregation to sow a special seed. He said, some will need to sow a $1000 for the seed, while some will sow N1000 for every year they have lived, while some can decide to sow he two, but it all boils down to their financial capacity and Nigerians have already started passing round the video. I had to watch it over and over again. Please watch and tell us if you see anything wrong or it’s just absolutely right.

11 comments:

  1. He ought to consider the present economy, we do sow seed in my church but it's not on a fixed price

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  2. Criminals evrywhere.

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  3. Criminals everywhere.

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  4. The special seed na for wetin biko.the pastor should lead by example sow d entire church moni to orphanage dem dey jones dem selves it's time dey start kidnapping pastors were is evans

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  5. God that sent the message will provide

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  6. I think giving in the church must be voluntary

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  7. Hahaha

    People are no longer smiling ☺




    @Galore

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  8. They are all criminals. They encourage people to commit crime to please their extravagant life style. Their children schools' abroad, live in mansion, fly private plane.God will judge all of them appropriately.

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  9. He has been doing this for long o more than 15 years ago .I once went to a program he had at stadium.I took a family friend who was finding things difficult at that time.I took transport and feeding money and small change as I was still a job seeker.when he started my family friend complained that this man is asking for money and he doesn't have and he is feeling somehow .I told him not to bother himself that we have given offering and the money I have is for both of us to have lunch and our transport .if pastor m likes let him talk from now till tomorrow I will feel no guilt about contributing what I don't have.

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