A new restaurant owner, who says he’s desperate to make heaven, has taken to social media to ask for advice after his pastor refused to dedicate his restaurant because he sells alcohol and it’s a sin according to his pastor.
Ikenna said he opened a new restaurant and invited his pastor to pray over his new business, but when his pastor walked in and saw a customer drinking Smirnoff, he refused to pray for the business.
Now, Ikenna Elendu wants to know if engaging in alcohol sales is a sin and can prevent someone from going to heaven.
Umunnem,I need your advice,
I opened a big restaurant and in our church,if a member establish something new,he/she is free to invite our pastor to pray and hand the business over to God.
So I decided to invite my pastor and he honoured my invitation.
He entered the restaurant and spotted one of my customer drinking ordinary Smirnoff ice and he asked me if I sell alcoholic drinks too,”” I responded yes”
My pastor told me he cannot pray for me that am encouraging sin, I was speechless,who am i to correct my pastor?
I thought he was joking that he won’t pray for me but he mearnt it and walked away.
Umunnem,since he came to my restaurant, my conscious has never been at peace.
How can I own a big restaurant with no beer and drinks inside?even ordinary Smirnoff.
Does it mean big restaurant owners won’t make heaven?
So a devoted Christian should not manage a big restaurant where alcoholic drinks are being served? Umunnem achorom igakwa eluigwe ooo.
Am I really encouraging sin?