Pastor Korede Komaiya was during the birthday celebrations of the founder of Salvation Ministries Church worldwide, Pastor David Ibiyeomie, revealed how God blessed him and his ministry after he sowed a 'seed of faith' into the life of Pastor Ibiyeomie.
Speaking during the birthday celebrations of Pastor Ibiyeomie, the Warri based Pastor said things was tough for him and ministry at the early stage but God instructed him to give part of the money his Church had budgeted for acquisition of a landed property for his Church. He said it wasn't easy for him but he had to obey God and 'sowed' one-third of the money into the life of Pastor Ibiyeomie.
According to Pastor Korede Komaiya, "We got a property worth hundreds of millions after sowing into the life of Papa Ibiyeomie."
He advised his audience to learn to listen to the voice of God and obey it no matter how difficult it might appear to them.
The Master's Place International Church senior Pastor also admonished his audience to build the habit of giving to men of God, noting that when you give to men of God, "You are not buying grace by sowing into the life of a man of God; you are following the principle of the word of God."
Speaking further during "Birthday Celebration Service" organized in honour of Pastor David Ibiyeomie at Salvation Ministries Church headquarters in Port Harcourt, Pastor Komaiya said Christians should understand the principle of giving to men of God.
He noted that "the principle of the Word of God is that when you receive from a man of God, you are to sow into the life of that Man of God consistently, aggressively and then with faith in your heart; knowing that it is a spiritual transaction and it is never that you are buying grace."
Pastor Korede Komaiya also said Christians should learn to give to men of God with their whole heart without grudges, grumbling or murmuring. He concluded by saying God's plans for His children is that they should be successful and be in good health.
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