“After Salvation, The Next Important Thing A Man Must Discover Is Money” – Apostle Suleman Reveals

"A woman should be submissive to one man; God did not want women to be subservient to men." Apst. Suleman
"A woman should be submissive to one man; God did not want women to be subservient to men." Apst. Suleman

Apostle Johnson Suleman, founder and senior pastor of Omega Fire Ministries, has in a video uploaded on his church’s official Facebook account a few minutes ago, revealed that after salvation , the next thing a man must discover is money.

He made the statement when he was talking about the “missing parables” and how they were arranged.

Apostle Suleman began by saying, after the parable of the lost sheep which symbolised salvation (Luke 15), the next parable was “the parable of the missing coin”, which he said means money.

Apostle Johnson Suleman
Apostle Johnson Suleman

According to Apostle Suleman, money gives colour to salvation. He said that a broke pastor would sound like a witch doctor. He said the reason is that there are many things we are binding today and we are vigorously praying about because there is no money.

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He added that the reason why Africans pray more than Americans is because of poverty. He pointed out that there are things in America that they don’t pray for, they only pay for.

He said the three missing parables are the missing sheep (discover God), the missing coin (money), and the prodigal son (service).

He said the arrangement is that we need to first discover God, and then discover money before service. He said that shows money can affect service and sonship.

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