The founder of Brian Jones Outreach Ministries, Brian Amoateng, has said it’s not the responsibility of the church to provide free hand sanitizers to its members during this Coronavirus pandemic, rather, it’s the government of Ghana, nanansem.com sighted in a video.
“And let me tell you, it’s not the responsibility of the church to but hand sanitizers for you because you give offering. It is not. You give offering to God to receive a blessing. It’s not compulsory that the church has to bring you hand sanitizers,” he said in a live video on his Facebook page.
Brian continued: “The bible says that God loves a cheerful giver. It should be out of a cheerful heart. You shouldn’t give to the church and expect favour in return.”
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I call on the president @nakufoaddo to as quickly as possible quarantine this blockheaded man called @brianamoateng 😡😡😡 How earth can a so called “Man of God “ make such an unthinkable statement ???? Mr Fake pastor I leave you with this ; 1 John 3:16-18 This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters. If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person? Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth. : : : #ghhyper #ghana #church #coronavirus #
Well, aside Ghanians who expressed their dissatisfaction about what the Man of God said , Celebrities like Efia Odo, Eddie Nartey, Mzbel, Sister Deborah, Salma Mumin, Jasmine Baroudi, rapper Edem and others have called him out, stating that Coronavirus has exposed all the greedy and fake pastors in Ghana, nanansem.com can report.
This virus will show you who the real men and women of God are and you shall know them by their fruits.— efiaodo (@efiaodo1) March 24, 2020
Eddie Nartey wrote, “Nkwasiaaaaaasem! You give money to God. Is God standing at the church receiving that money??? even my unborn child knows that money is for you!!! If you can’t help humanity in these trying times, then just SHUT UP!!!”
“Christians give offering and as he said, to receive a blessing, so why can’t the blessing be in the form of preventive materials like sanitizers especially in these #covid_19 times? Jesus Christ would’ve never asked us to buy our own sanitizers. This is far from Christ-like behaviour. This is disgusting. He should be ashamed of himself,” Sister Deborah also wrote under Salma Mumin’s post.
A disappointed Jasmine Baroudi had a question for the pastor. “We give to God u say, have u seen God before? Or when you collect the offering do u personally go to heaven and give God the money!!! GERRARAHERE,” she said.