Man gets roasted on Twitter for saying shouting in church is selfish

Man gets roasted on Twitter for saying shouting in church is selfish

- @VectorThaViper, a Twitter user, has set social media ablaze with his latest post about shouting in church

- According to the young man, screaming for God to hear one's voice above others' is a form of competition and does not reflect true Christianity

- Social media users could not keep calm as they reacted wildly to the post

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A gentleman identified on Twitter as @VectorThaViper has caused a great stir with his recent tweet in which he described the act of shouting in church as selfishness.

According to Vector, such a mentality puts churchgoers in competition with the others who are also saying prayers to God. He explains that such a mindset cannot be true Christianity since it puts a person's own needs above the needs of others.

“Why the hell do people shout in church believing God would hear them? If anything, it shows how selfish we are because the volume increases mostly because the individual wants “God” to answer him/her first. That! My brethren isn’t Christian. That’s competition.”

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See the post below:

Vector's post which seemed rather controversial saw lots of comments from his numerous followers. Olajide says he is right but should be careful not to get in trouble with the post:

"Brother your mentality is rare. But please reduce the volume before those charismatics come for you"

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According to @e_youngest the words Vector spoke have been an opinion he has longed for popular celebrities to say:

"I have been waiting for someone like a Celeb to say this all these while! That's a great thought T. Ẹ. S. L. I. M"

Some more reactions:

In other news, popular gospel musician Nathaniel Bassey has revealed that comparison on social media causes depression and frustration among the youth

According to the celebrity, comparing oneself to other people is actually 'killing' people today as it leads to depression.

Nathaniel added that people should learn to be grateful for what God has done for them regardless of what other people's lives look like on social media.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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