“It’s offering time, glory to God. And Jesus is here, amen. Thank you, lord Jesus. There’s two times in every person’s life when they should tithe and give offerings. One is when he has the money and the other is when he doesn’t. Especially when he doesn’t. Amen.
“Why, Brother Copeland, you think a poor person should give a tithe? Absolutely. Absolutely. Living in the shadow of the cross is to live in that sacrifice every day.” – Kenneth Copeland, who is reportedly the richest televangelist in the world with an estimated net worth of $760 million.