Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, the global senior pastor of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, has revealed that when Jesus fed the 5,000 men, the food did not multiply in his hands; rather, they multiplied in the hands of his disciples. He made this point during his sermon at the COZA midweek service.
He started by explaining that there are certain results that must be seen in your hands. He likened it to Jesus' discussion with his disciples on abiding in the vine. According to him, the way you know that a branch is bearing fruit is that you see the fruit on the branches. He explained that the fruit will not be on the vine, but on the branches.
He then gave an example to drive home his point. According to him, the loaves of bread that Jesus used to feed the 5000, multiplied in the hands of his disciples and not in Jesus' hands.
In the story, after the disciples brought the boy's lunch to Jesus, he made the people seat in groups on the ground. When he had done that, he lifted up the food and gave thanks. Then the disciples distributed the food to the men and women, and the food multiplied.
"The bread multiplied in Peter's hands. It even multiplied in Thomas's hands. There are some results that people will have to see in your life to validate the power of God," he said.
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