"Harness your gift today" says OAP

Daddy Freeze wants you to know that listening to Christian leaders such as Pastor Enoch Adeboye and Bishop David Oyedepo, will not get you there.

However, Daddy Freeze wants you to know that listening to Christian leaders such as Pastor Enoch Adeboye and Bishop David Oyedepo, will not get you there.

The controversial Cool FM OAP, in a post he shared on Saturday, March 24, 2018, said that the clerics cannot lead anyone to heaven as they do not know the way to get there.

He also noted that the likes of Bill Gates, who was at Fatima's wedding, and Aliko Dangote, are exceptional human beings. He was even willing to admit that he would never be like them.

Talk about knowing your limits!

See his post below:

Daddy Freeze and the axe that is Nigerian pastors

It is no longer news that Daddy Freeze has taken up a career in criticizing Nigerian pastors, but it seems like he has a particular axe to grind with Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) and Bishop David Oyedepo of the Living Faith Church Worldwide.

The controversial OAP has had reason over the last year to drag both men of God for several reasons but most prominently, over the issue of tithing.

Recall that Freeze has also condemned teachings on prosperity, while proffering his own idea of a solution.

According to the Cool FM On-Air Personality, “this prosperity doctrine is a fraudulent and Satanic doctrine from the pits of Hell.”

He addressed this subject in three recent teachings on his Youtube channel. The first was titled: ‘Replacing the ‘Prosperity Doctrine’ with the ‘Free Doctrine’ the true ‘Christian’ doctrine.’

The second — ‘The Prosperity Doctrine Is A Fraudulent And Satanic Doctrine From The Pits of Hell.’ Lastly, the most recent video titled: ‘The #FreeDoctrin Replaces The Prosperity Gospel From Hell.’

As you can see, Daddy Freeze is condemning the popular prosperity doctrine, which is basically about pastors who preach solely about money.

In his words, “it does not bring prosperity, it brings poverty.”

This time, he takes it a step further by offering a replacement called The #FreeDoctrine or the love doctrine, which he calls the true ‘Christian doctrine.’

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