When Did Miracles Start Going On Sale? - Lydia Forson Asked

Ghanaian Lydia Forson seems to be fed up with pastors who charge their congregants huge sums of money in order to pray for them for God’s favor.

The outspoken actress took to her Facebook page to voice out her concerns with recent manipulations by some pastor to extort money from their followers. She said: ‘If Jesus had made people buy any of his miracles, I doubt you could afford’

She added that any Church that requires members to buy special water, soap etc. is a fraud.

“I say this with VIM, any church that requires you to pay for special water, bread, soap etc is a fraud.” The post reads.

Read her facebook past below:

I really hope this isn't true because if it is, well I don't even know anymore.

You see how in the name of "thou shalt not judge nor touch my anointed" we are letting people get away with all sorts in this country?

When did miracles start going on sale?

And how different is this from going to a fetish priest and buying some concoction to get a miracle?

If Jesus had made people buy any of his miracles, I doubt you could afford.

I say this with VIM, any church that requires you to pay for special water, bread, soap etc is a fraud.

Because think about it, are we to say this we can afford won't be healed?

Its really breaks my heart how we've allowed religion to be used as a form of manipulation and a way to keep us in the dark.

Black people STAND UP!

Read Read Read and grow your minds.

Break out of the mental prison your mind is in.

It's the only way we can ever grow as a continent and a people.

Last modified on Monday, 22 February 2016 14:16
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