The Holy Scriptures instruct all Christians in Malachi 3:9-10 to bring all their tithes into the storehouse of the Lord (Church). When that is done, the Lord will open the windows of heaven and pour out blessings that there will not be room enough to receive. Testimonies from Churches indicate that those who give exactly one-tenth of all their income receive abundant blessings from God.
But a Ghanaian woman has got angry over an issue and collected her tithe from her pastor whiles church was ongoing. The woman was videoed sitting down in the congregation. It appears somebody said something to her in the congregation which she didn't like.
She was captured looking at her back telling the person in Twi "Den nsemfo na modi was asordan mu ha. Fa me tithe ma me ma me nk)". This is translated as "What kind of nonsense are you practising in this Church. Give me my tithes let me go".
After saying these words, she stood up and walk towards the person counting the tithe and collected her tithe from him. The Pastor was heard telling the woman to calm down but she didn't listen. She just went away with her tithe. Some Ghanaians after coming across this video said that this woman is soo funny.
Others were wondering what happened that she got soo furious and took her tithe. Some Ghanaians also said that it is a curse to collect back an offering or tithes you have given to God. You can also watch the video through the link below:
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