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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Pope Francis To Auction Lamborghini Sports Car He Was Gifted...

Pope Francis was gifted a brand new, luxury Lamborghini Wednesday at the Vatican — but the $200,000 Huracรกn will be auctioned off by Sotheby’s for charity.




The pope, who blessed the flashy car, has chosen three charities that will benefit from the auction, including one geared towards the restoration of Christian communities in Iraq that were destroyed by the Islamic State terror group.

Lamborghini execs presented the pontiff with the sports car, which comes with papal yellow-gold detailing– and a top speed of about 201 mph.
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    1. Humility at its peak... after we are not supposed to store treasures for ourselves on earth but in heaven, God bless his heart

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  2. Some nigerian pastors no dey see this one oh. Na only how to threaten their sheeps with "pay your tithe and chase the devourer away" them Sabi. #proudlycatholic #catholictillidie #popebegivingmeareasontodonate

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  3. The Order of Franciscans are known to be charitable, meek and humble of heart. As soon as the current pope adopted this name Francis, I knew he was going to be a very generous papal.

    God Bless the Pope

    Proudly Catholic

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    1. Not sure you are a Catholic. Or are you probably an "I am a Catholic for mouth." You don't know the different religious orders.
      Well the Pope ain't from the Order of Franciscans but Jesuit Priest(Ignatius Loyola). Thank me later. They are different orders. Or because he bears Francis that is why you think he is from that order?

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  4. Only if our pastors will emulate him!

    Krix via iPhone 8+

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  5. Some pastors will accept Kia Kia and then carry red carpet about.let me come and be going ๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿšถ

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  6. this is what a man of God should do, not like these our Own that will be owning private jets upandan!

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  7. Hope the Pentecostal "preachers" of the Nigerian brand will learn.

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  8. Will the "sole tithe-consuming" clerics in Nigeria emulate this?

    Deut. 26:12 When you have finished setting aside a tenth of all your produce in the third year, the year of the tithe, you shall give it to the Levite, the foreigner, the fatherless and the widow, so that they may eat in your towns and be satisfied. 13 Then say to the Lord your God: “I have removed from my house the sacred portion and have given it to the Levite, the foreigner, the fatherless and the widow, according to all you commanded.

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  9. God bless the Pope! Leadership by example

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  10. Very generous of him.
    God bless

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  11. If only Nigerian pastors will sell one of their fleets of jets for charity cases, I believe Nigerians wouldn't be so bitter about where all the tithes go to.

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  12. That is why I love Catholic forever. If it is all this Pentecostal pastors,they will start showing off. God help us.

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  13. This is cheistlike our Nigerian pastors please learn from the Pope.Wow he didn't even drive it for one day. May God bless the Pope.

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  14. God bless him and keep him the more. With long life will God satisfy him.

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  15. Would our Private Jet and Rolls-Royce pastors take a,que from here. Nobody said you people should be hungry, but when you're called as you claim by God, it's a meek and humble life, not the,flashy arrogant and ostentatious life you guys brandish all over the place.

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  16. I bet if all of you were given that car, you wouldn't give back to charity. Hypocrisy stinks!!!

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  17. If you all were given a gift, would u give back to charity? Stop with the hypocrisy, it stinks! Just as MEN of God are called, aren't you called in your various fields? Don't place expectations on others, that can't be placed on you.

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    1. My dear some of us give out gifts we don't need.
      I receive a bag of rice and vegetable oil and other hampers gift etc from my office during Christmas.
      I gift all this either to motherless babies or the needy every Xmas. I also have private stuff I do.
      Nigerians are very generous ppl mind you. Because I have those things and don't need it. So pls don't say people don't give.
      There are some churches that do outreach programme for the poor and destitute. Have no problem with those ones.
      But majority of our men of God can't even help the needy in their own congregation and it's sad.
      See what Pastor Adeboye said about the curse that will come on you if you don't pay tithe.
      Was dissapointed by that comment.

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    2. Even on this blog, do you know how much help total strangers render to eachother. Even Stella does her bit.
      Even raising money for the sick,Nigerians give heavily.
      Nigerians are generous please.

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    3. Tithing is not a law. Most churches in Nigeria are founded on greed. Tithe is their sole aim that's why there are preaching and sounding it as their meal depends on it. If we preach and demand salvation from flocks Nigeria won't be like this.

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    4. Dear Becky don't even go there,the pastors make our giving them money their right, yet to give out isn't their right abi, we Nigerians give, I know people who feed and clothe a lot of people and no one knows out of the little they have, so if you have bountiful you give bountifully. What does a pastor need more than two cars for, or two private jets, is it not the same trip they will make, you see them owning houses and schools up and down, how many beds would they sleep. I know the blessings of God makes rich and added no sorrow but would you call the pope poor, he feeds, he goes where he needs, but as long as he can afford his daily need he is rich. Pastors quote this passage a lot but they also forget "do not store treasure for yourself on earth rather in heaven so that your heart and mind will always be there. With all the money they make from schools they are still looking for money isn't that called greed

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    5. Nice reply from Bed and Roses. Nigerians are some of the most generous people in the world.
      I have always wondered how many Nigerians love to give even to those they do not know.

      Even here on Stella Dimoko blog, we see how people support others and how Stella herself have supported a lot of people she has never met and she even encouraged others to give.

      Please, let's learn to call a spade a spade and not a shovel.

      I hardly hear Nigerian pastors preaching salvation, Thanksgiving, love, giving to others (and not to them) these days.
      All they preach about is paying of tithe every month end and even laying curses when Christ Himself is against laying of curses.
      They go further to put fear on believers making the devil ๐Ÿ‘ฟ feels like the king. Always telling people that they are under some attacks and what not. Or they will tell you that you are under the grace of God, so your sins are always forgiven, forgetting the part of go and sin no more.


      Anyways, the Pope did very well in this act.
      God bless the Pope

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    6. Becky I bet you are a 'Pentecostal na why e dey pain you.

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  18. God bless you Papal. If only our Nigeria selfish men of god will take a cue from this kind gesture instead of preaching the curse that follows if you don't pay tithe.

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  19. stop the jealousy please. Nigerian Pastors are givers too. If God has blessed them, you have no reason to curse them. No be them make una poor and not giving because una no get.

    Congrats to the Pope because he never goes out alone, so how many people will he carry. Good he has a heart of giving likewise majority of us too.

    Bed and Roses come and collect a hug

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  20. I'm enjoying the comments here. Lol

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  21. Did Jesus Tithe? Did those in Israel that did not make their living off of the land, ( the butcher , the baker , the candle stick maker and Omar the tent maker ) Tithe? No, they did not. They paid the Temple Tax. We like to twist actual scriptures out of context and make them relevant for today and use them as a tool/club to control people. The only verse applicable to modern day Christianity is 1st Corinthians 9:7. ( Cheerful Giver ) not cheerful Tither…. The Church went for the Tithe in the 3rd Century when Constantine made Christianity the official Religion of the Day, and introduced Santa Clause, The Christmas Tree, and the Easter Bunny to Christianity. The Church became an institution, Cathedrals are expensive, and Malachi 3:10 became the weapon of choice out of the Old Testament to build big Church buildings. The modern day church spends the majority of its funds on buildings, thus neglecting its main responsibility: WIdows and Orphans. That is why the Government takes care of Widows and Orphans, because the Church is too busy making mortgage payments. How many church buildings did Jesus build? Go ye therefore and build buildings? NOT! How many Church buildings were constructed during the Book of Acts? They met in facilities already built. Churchs could rent a vacant building, everyone bring their own lawn chair, have a small leased office space, etc……Low overhead means more funds for ministry.

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  22. See confirm leader with confirm example, Naija holy men, I hail una o...Catholic has a special place in my heart, I have met a couple of Catholics and they are not only brilliant but also awesome people.

    Well done jor holy papa!

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