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Pastor David Ibiyeome Reveals One Of The Things A Believer Should Do To Experience God’s Preservation

Posted by on December 24, 2021 — Drop A Comment


The founder and senior pastor of Salvation Ministries, Port Harcourt, Nigeria, preached on a message titled “Divine Protection” and said that God has promised to preserve his children, and this is one of the reasons why he instructs them to pay the whole of their tithe so that he can bless them and also rebuke the devourer from destroying their labor.

The founder and senior pastor of Salvation Ministries, Port Harcourt, Nigeria, preached on a message titled “Divine Protection” and said that God has promised to preserve his children, and this is one of the reasons why he instructs them to pay the whole of their tithe so that he can bless them and also rebuke the devourer from destroying their labor.

The respected man of God pointed out that paying tithe is one of the things that will make God preserve anyone who is faithful to tithing, and that when one seeks the kingdom of God first, protection will be added as part of the additional blessing to such a person.

He further explained that a believer’s preservation on earth is tied to his or her availability to serve God. Freedom from bondage, satanic attack, and demonic oppression is also linked to one’s readiness to serve God with all their heart.

source: Opera News

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