“How I cut off a man over his decision not to pay tithe” – Christian lady shares


A devout Christian lady has described how she ended her relationship with a man who didn’t adhere to the tithing doctrine.

Before they decided to meet, the young woman, Tomi, revealed on the microblogging site Twitter that she had been corresponding with the man for some time.

Because of their online contacts, she remembered getting ready well in advance to look her best, including fixing her nails, styling her hair, and getting dressed.

Tomi claims that even though she prayed before the date that God should terminate it early if it wasn’t meant to be, she still hoped he was the one since she found him to be charming.

But when they did ultimately get together and she asked him about tithing, he told her he doesn’t do it because he thinks it’s overrated.

She claimed that up to the conclusion of the date, she carried on with the discussion as though everything was OK. However, she realized that was a dead end for her since her ideologies are her pillars, and she would not choose what would lead her to crumble.

She wrote;

“I remember going on a date with a particular guy some years ago. I had prepped so well. Fixed my nails, made my hair and tried so much to look my best. We had been chatting so the energy was so high and I was so giddy.

Then the day for the date came. He came to pick me up and I prayed silently in my heart; “God abeg, I cannot take another heartbreak. Don’t let things go further if it’s not it.”

But as I prayed, I was begging God to make him the one cos everything seemed sweet. Just for us to get talking while on the date and one question changed it for me.

I asked, “so tell me, what do you think on tithing?” He dropped his cutlery, squeezed his brows in a sexy way and looked straight into my eyes. If it wasn’t a very serious question, I would be melting already from the look. Lol.

Then he answered; “I don’t do it cos I think it’s overrated.” That was it. I knew I had come to a dead end. I didn’t even try to explain. I just smiled and said “and that’s totally fine.”

We continued talking, laughing and banting but I knew. He was another dead end. I went home sad but at peace. At peace that I found out very early that he was another dead end. My doctrines are my pillars. I wouldn’t choose one who would crumble me. A dead end, literally.”




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