I was walking through the estate road one relaxed evening when I noticed a couple of under 18s, standing in a group, obviously chatting about the things that concern that age group.
I couldn’t fail to notice some were dressed scantily and being a spiritual man, I entertained the thought of reprimanding them but decided against that.
I decided against that because it is not easy to tell anyone anything these days.
A pastor might be the godliest man, but he is also broke and begging.
These youngings will judge that you claim to be close to God yet you can’t afford food, and good shelter and you struggle with life’s basic necessities.
What is the definition of Heaven?a place regarded in various religions as the abode of God (or the gods) and the angels, and of the good after death, often traditionally depicted as being above the sky.
On the other hand, they can see sinful people having lots of money, freedom and excess wealth.
Who are you to tell them anything?
That life will be judged at the end of it and that only the chaste will enter heaven?
Who knows where heaven is?
A thought came to mind that this is why modern preachers go for both wealth and spirituality.
It is powerful and you become an authority if you possess both.
I can, for example, rebuke you and tell you to stop wearing short skirts with high slits and there’s nowhere you can judge me.
Strive to be a rich pastor.