Sign in
Download Opera News App



How I Began To Cry When A Rich Man Showed Me The Condition Of His Two Children - Apostle Suleman

Apostle Johnson Suleman, the founder and senior pastor of Omega Fire Ministries International spoke about, "Terminating Stubborn Problem" at Victory Crusade in Calgary Canada.

According to him, not all battles are on the same frequency. Cancer is not Headache; Tumor is not Migraine. He read the book of Judges 1:19 which says, "And the Lord was with Judah; and he drave out the inhabitants of the mountain; but could not drive out the inhabitants of the valley, because they had chariots of iron." According to him, there are problems that are iron in nature.

He then told the story of how he began to cry when a rich man showed him the condition of his two children. He said, "Somebody said to me, 'I will like you to meet my boss. He is addicted to watching your messages and I told him that I will make him meet you one on one. I told him to bring the boss to church to see me and he saw me hugged me and started crying. I allowed him to cry. Sometimes you need to allow people let out what they feel and then I sat him down.

"He then asked me to visit him in his office and when I got there, I was blown away. He is a blessed man and began to take me around to different departments. He even took me to where he packs his helicopter, showed me different things and started crying. I told him that God has been good to him due to all I saw and it's not about being materialistic but it's about being an achiever.

The man then said, "I don't care about everything I have, I have two children and if God can take everything I have and fix my children. He brought out his phone and showed me the state of his two children. After I looked at them for 2 minutes on the video, I started crying. They were in chains because they were mad. They were born like that. The man then said, "Everybody is saying that I am rich because I used my children." He lived an incomplete life.

(Fast forward the VIDEO to 2 hours 8 minutes)

Content created and supplied by: PrayerMedia (via Opera News )


Load app to read more comments