A Nigerian facebook user named Ayinke Adefemi has taken to social media to blast Pastor Adeboye, according to her when the going was good her mother used to donate generously to RCCG and they even used their house for house fellowship but now things are rough for them and they are about to be kicked out of their house for their inability to pay rent RCCG has refused to help them, well read her posts below
She deleted this…
Then posted this
My mum sent me a text this morning , begging me to stop posting about “men of God” I simply asked her if she had gotten a reply to the letter she submitted to her pastor 4 months ago, asking for financial support to pay rent for a new apartment, after her old landlord gave her an eviction notice that expired on the 30th of last month.
Mind you, when the going was good, she started this RCCG branch with them. They automatically made her Good women leader and immediately attached straw to her bank account, asides the tithes and seeds of faith. She even allowed them use our parlor for mid week service for almost 2 years.
She converted my lil sister’s room to store where the church kept their entire musical instrument. And she was very resourceful in helping them raise money to buy the land on which the church was situated. Every Christmas and New Year, she decorated the church for them free of charge.
During her 50th bday, she repainted the whole church and made a big donation to them.
I can go on for days! Where is the God’s blessing they promised her? Now she has retired from civil service.
Still waiting for her gratuity before she can start business. Common house rent! The church cannot provide.
They haven’t even acknowledged that they have received the letter. I am the one who single handedly shouldered the whole expenses.
I am the one out here exposing their f*ckery. Yet I am the devil .
She holds a very strong position in this APWECON , but she doesn’t want to speak against a father in the lord that is targeting that profession, My people , Una see say this jazz wey they pastors dey do strong gan?
SCAM IN THE NAME OF GOD: SOW IN DOLLARS FOR GOD TO BLESS YOU RICHLY IN DOLLARS.- PASTOR E.A ADEBOYE
Like most of you, I was in disbelief when I first read the quote above. I decided to verify it by purchasing the copy of Open Heavens from which the quote was taken (fully referenced below).
1). If you want returns in Dollars, sow in Dollars. Do not sow in Naira and be expecting a harvest in Euro. It does not work like that.
2). It is the particular denomination that you use that God will multiply and return to you.
3). Do yourself a favor by using the biggest denominations so as to get the greatest harvest.
For the reader’s convenience, I have captured the entire exhortation in three screenshots.
The screenshots are for the people who refuse to believe Adeboye could ever say anything like that. They are for those who still believe the man speaks for, and on behalf, of God.
They are for those who struggle to accept that the entire Redeemed Church enterprise is all about money. They are for those who live in denial of the fact they have been lied to and scammed by the people they have trusted and respected all their lives.
A friend of mine wrote: “The only way to sell a lie is to hide it between two truths.” As these screenshots show, Adeboye’s exploitative message is cunningly sandwiched between mostly benign exhortations and does not appear until the month of November, right towards the end of his book.
What exactly does an all-sufficient God need money for? Oh yeah, He needs it to fuel Adeboye’s private jet. Adeboye and his fellow pastorpreneurs can resurrect dead people and cure every disease known to man, but they cannot cause money to appear from thin air to pay for their extravagant lifestyle – they need your money for that.
How can anyone justify buying a private jet with the donations of people who cannot send their children to school, afford hospital bills or even eat three square meals a day? The pope does not own a private jet even though he heads the largest church in the world.
Neither does the British Prime Minister, the head of one of the most powerful countries in the world. It is difficult to see that our jet-flying pastors have more important jobs than these individuals. As I said in a previous article, their message lacks the power to transform our society.
Corruption and poverty remain endemic in our society although there is a church or a mosque on practically every Nigerian street. What then is so urgent and special about their message that requires a private jet to spread around the world?
If this were truly about spreading the gospel of Jesus then where better to fly to than Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia? Perhaps, the witches and demons in the airspace over these countries will not grant our Holy Ghost-filled pastorpreneurs permission to land their jets.
It seems the ones in the U.S., U.K. and the rich countries of Europe are so impressed by our pastorpreneurs they have signed a memorandum of understanding which grants open access to the airspace over these countries.
The fear of witches, demons, evil spirits, generational curses, and the threat of eternal punishment in hell fire is a potent tool in the hands of charlatans to maintain their control over gullible people. It is in their interest to garnish and perpetuate these myths because the continued success of their trade is reliant on the pervasiveness of these myths in society.
Indeed, it is easier to deceive than to convince gullible people that they are being deceived. Harriet Tubman said: “I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.”
In my view, only those who have been mentally enslaved by Adeboye and his fellow pastorpreneurs will defend the screenshot sermons, and they cannot be freed until they have come to this realization.
Anyway, don’t forget to pay your tithes in hard currency and the Lord will bless you richly.
For your convenience, here’s the current exchange official rate: £1 = N450; $1 = N346; €1 = 390.
Let pastor Adeboye come and talk to me again about Alaga extorting people in traditional weddings. With his long neck Like that of a Guinea fowl.