Anyone whose phone rings at church is poor – Pastor Ibiyeomie

The general overseer of salvation ministries, Pastor David Ibiyeomie has suggested that anyone whose phone rings in the church has a mentality of poverty.

The Port Harcourt-based clergyman told a church service on Sunday that the wealthy don’t turn on their phones in church primarily because they don’t want to be disturbed when in the presence of God.

According to him, it is a mentality of poverty for a person to wait for a call or notification to the church.

He said,

“Anyone whose phone rings at church is a poor man; his thinking is poor. The Rich Don’t Turn Their Phones On In Church Because They Want No One To Bother Them
But the poor turn it on because they want to be alert; It is a sign of poverty. You’ll never see a rich man turn on his phone in church, he’ll say,

“I want to hear something that will help me improve my life. But the poor will say: “show me weda that someone will send me money”. It is a mentality of poverty. You are in a church where the poor come to enrich themselves.
Turn off your phone, but if your phone rings, you’ve signed up for poverty. You have a poor mentality, it is not yet money in your pocket. Someone says I hear.

Reacting to this on Instagram, @iamchukaa wrote; “See, eh, what is this clergyman?” I’m going to carry my Nokia phone very loud, set the alarm at intervals, and turn up the ringtone. Isi n’emebi ya. Utobo

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