OAP Toke Makinwa has stated that every business venture he has ever gone into has been affected by the fact that she pays her tithe.
In a post shared on Twitter, Toke Makinwa stated that God doesn’t need tithe from people.
According to her, paying tithe which she described as a personal conviction, is a way of partnering with God.
Her post on Twitter reads: ” The power of “first fruit”, while I think paying tithes/giving your first fruit is a personal journey/conviction, I can’t help but boast in God. Every business venture I have ever gone into, I pay my first fruit not because he needs it, but it’s my way of partnering with God”.
She added: “It is a personal thing, (Tithe/first fruit), but when he says “where there’s a casting down, there’ll be a lifting up”, he was talking about me, God takes my matter way too serious and I can’t thank him enough”.
The OAP stated this amid a controversial debate on whether tithe is a New Testament doctrine or just for the people of the Old Testament.