- Pastor Mensa Otabil has berated those who are in the habit of tapping from other people's grace; he said it is wrong to do so
- The renowned preacher said anyone who needs grace should go to the Lord Jesus Christ, who is the source
- He said it is funny when people read the Bible and still do foolish things like tapping from others' grace
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Pastor Mensa Otabil has said it is wrong for people to tap from others' grace, saying Jesus Christ should be the source of grace.
In a video that was shared on Instagram by @lindaikejiblogofficial, the man of God said people read the Bible and still do foolish things.
According to the man of God, his heart gets wounded when people tell him they want to tap into his grace.
In his words:
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"You know these days I hear things from Christians and it hurts me Pastor Kingsley. My heart gets wounded. People say, even to me, they say things like pastor, I want to tap into your grace. Man of God, I want to tap into your grace."
He said people should go to the source when they need grace because men of God also stand by the grace of God.
Social media reacts
Reacting to the video, a social media user with the handle @oba_catalyst said:
"They tap and tap till they tap problems and calamity."
"Wow this should be heard in every altar."
"Common sense uncommon."
"I believe this is the best and sensible video u will see on the Internet today... This one enter."
"Nigerians always want the easy way out."
"Thank you. We pray they come to understanding."
Pastor advises men who complain about their wives' inability to cook
In other news, the general overseer of Salvation Ministry, Pastor David Ibiyeomie, has given a piece of advice to Nigerian men who complain that their wives cannot cook.
According to the man of God, Nigerian men who complain that their wives cannot cook should be angry with their poverty, which he described as the problem.
He said a man who has a wife that can't cook should hire a chef to teach her instead of spreading her weaknesses all around, adding that nobody is perfect.
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