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There Is No Earthly Reward In Giving -Pastor Abel Damina Says [Video]

Pastor Abel Damina of Power City International in a video on Facebook believes giving to God doesn’t multiply people’s money. The pastor however gave his reasons for saying so as he said he once believed and preached that concept of giving.

According to Pastor Abel Damina: “Run away from anyone that says you should give so that your money will multiply, God is not interested in them. Stop giving to God to multiply your money, it is fraud. If you want your money to increase, get more jobs; you will increase your business.

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“God is not concerned in your giving, rather your giving will be translated to the Salvation of Souls for eternal rewards. There is no earthly reward in giving, stop expecting anything here. Your reward is in Heaven, don’t let anyone use your head.

“God is not going to bless you for your giving, He blessed you that’s why you are able to go to work. God blessed you before you even start giving. He is the First Giver.

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“I was taught giving for multiplication and I preached giving for multiplication but now my eyes have opened up to discover that the concept of giving I preached then was wrong.

“God blesses both the good and the bad. He doesn’t need you to start giving before He multiplies you. People that hate Him, He still blesses them”.

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