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“All internet fraudsters will go to heaven because they are copying Jacob” – Popular pastor reveals

A Nigerian pastor’s sermon has sparked controversy on social media as he suggested that internet fraudsters, known as “Yahoo Boys,” could potentially be granted a place in heaven based on biblical references.

The pastor drew comparisons between cyber fraudsters and the biblical figure Jacob, who deceived his father to secure his brother’s birthright.

By referencing Genesis Chapter 27, the pastor argued that Jacob’s actions set a precedent for fraudulence that continues to this day.

The pastor’s passionate delivery of the sermon resonated with his congregation, who expressed their support with shouts of “I believe.”

The video of the sermon quickly went viral, leading to a range of reactions online. While some criticized the pastor for potentially damaging Christianity’s reputation, others found his message thought-provoking.

Some users acknowledged the pastor’s point about the moral complexities within biblical stories and their relevance to modern ethical dilemmas.

The pastor’s sermon has reignited discussions about the intersection of faith, morality, and contemporary practices, particularly in the context of technological advancements and shifting societal norms.

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