For those who have prayed for better days and worked hard to “make a dollar out of 15 cents,” Atlanta pastor Creflo dollar Now he comes to his senses that he was wrong about tithing.
In a new video, the controversial preacher at World Changers Church International, which has 30,000 members, looks like he’s turning a page and urged his congregations to put every book, tape and video he’s been sold on tithing in one to throw. Give. Sunday sermon entitled “The Great Misunderstanding”.
In the video, he says, “Today I stand humbledly to correct something I’ve taught and believed in over the years.”
Dollar made a challenging admission of his misunderstanding of tithing while quoting Romans 6:14 in the Holy Bible to support his contention that Christians “now live under grace, not under the Old Testament.” Rules.”
The prosperity pastor now says he was wrong about his belief in tithing, implying that tithing means giving a portion of your income (10%) as an offering to your local church.
Dollar explained his new approach by saying that tithing is an Old Testament doctrine and no longer relevant to New Testament believers.
At point 12:26 in the video he explains that some of the Old Testament faith schools took 10% and applied it as the recommended minimum for Christians in their giving. But Dollar says the number manufactured by 10% is wrong. He quotes Romans 6:14: “For sin shall not have dominion over you; For you are not under law, but under grace.”
“He says I want you to take a share and put it aside. If you want to give 10% now, that’s fine, but you know, he didn’t say that,” Dollar protested in the June 26 video. does.
“You are under grace, not under the law,” he said.
The dollar is changing direction, turning his ideas around 180 years after he asked his parishioners to donate $300 each to buy a $65 million Gulfstream G650 jet for service abroad.
as noted by cnn, The jet “is equipped with two Rolls-Royce engines, high-speed internet and two multi-channel satellites and will provide a four-and-a-half-hour journey from New York to Los Angeles.”
At the Dollar Department, he uses a term called “honorary giving,” which is similar to tithing. Washington Post Report.
Many have accused Creflo of enriching itself “on the backs of credible low-income creditors.”
pastor Michael Clayton Harris Neartown’s First Baptist Church isn’t here about Creflo’s “new” revelation and took to Facebook to challenge him.
“While #CrefloDollar has a ‘Zaccheus’ spirit that consists of giving people refunds on any tapes, videos, books and other things they’ve bought, I’m not on their ‘new’ revelation on tithing impressed who is right now. is also faulty. It is flawed because #JesusChrist used “law” in his teaching. For example: Whenever Jesus said, “It is written…” in Matthew 4:4, 7 and 10, this system was used to counteract Satan’s temptations. #SoundDoctrine #StudyToShowTyself Approved”
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