Bishop Charles Agyinasare is really in love with his congregants money.
About a week ago he lashed out at prosperous members who do not splash their money on pastors. He claimed that God blesses those who spend on their pastor – in other words, bring me all your money in exchange for some mysterious blessings.
Shouldn’t he also spend all his money on his church members in exchange for blessing? Afterall the good book says it’s more blessed to give than to receive, and Jesus advised the rich to give away all their wealth to the poor. Why does he just want to receive?
Agyinasare is back preaching about his love for money. In an interview with Joy News, he defended pastors living like rich oligarchs and buying private jets.
According to him, pastors who are rich make their money legitimately and thus should be able to buy private jets.
Agyinasare, sounding like a pastor who will unveil his own private jet soon said there’s nothing wrong with God’s representative on earth having so much wealth it will embarrass Christ himself to see.
Christians prefer the comfort of having their pastors think for them so Agyinasare and his ilk would keep making more money.
I call them ‘Men of Money’ and not ‘Men of God’. Think about Jesus and what he despised most – people making money in the temple!
If anyone used their brain and actually read the bible and listened to the words of Jesus, these pastors would be out of a job in seconds.