African Pastor declares living in a rented home is a sin

African Pastor declares living in a rented home is a sin

- Pastor Charles Osasuwa, the general overseer of Rock of Ages Assembly Inc, has said that being a tenant is a sin Christians must avoid

- The man of God added that being at the mercy of a landlord makes them a person who serves two lords, an act God is totally against

- Pastor Osasuwa said that owning a home is very important and that is why he always urges people to build one once they have a job

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Pastor Charles Osasuwa of Rock of Ages Christian Assembly Inc has called on Christians to build their own houses. He said being a tenant is a sin as they cannot serve God and have another lord in the form of a landlord.

Briefly.co.za gathered that the clergyman said when he sees someone who has a job, the first advice he always dishes out to them is to go and build their own house.

He said that someone’s first home is a building of necessity and not the person’s main house.

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A collage of Pastor Charles Osasuwa. Photos sources: Twitter/Osasuwa

A collage of Pastor Charles Osasuwa. Photos sources: Twitter/Osasuwa
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Pastor Osasuwo said that you can decide to build a home with many luxuries such as a swimming pool later. He called that kind of house a “country home”

“The tenant is always at the mercy of the landlord. The landlord can call the tenant anytime and he can request to use his apartment anytime. The Christian who is a tenant should work towards freeing himself from the second Lord which is the Landlord,” he said

Meanwhile, it was indeed a moment of double celebration for a hardworking Nigerian lady identified as Ehizogie Ogbebor, who clocked the age of 35 and also moved into her palatial 7-bedroom mansion.

An excited Ogbebor who works as an interior designer took to her official page on the photo-sharing app, Instagram, to give her friends and followers a grand tour of the luxury home.

The celebrant in one of her caption noted that the house gift is not just to herself but also to her children. Ogbebor while inspiring fellow women noted that they cannot be stopped.

"My 35th birthday gift to self and kids...Women we are unstoppable," she wrote.

Sharing a different photo post that captured the outer view of the new house, the celebrant gave all the glory to the almighty God who made it possible.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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