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People who always display their wealth to the world are suffering from inferiority complex -Apostle Johnson Suleman

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Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministry has spoken on the need for people to reduce the rate at which they showcase themselves to the world, saying that we are in a wicked world.

He also said that prosperity, abundance doesn’t change people but instead, it brings out their real nature. He gave instance on how people foolishly post themselves on social media holding bundles of money in different currencies, posting different cars that they have. He referred to such people as been broke.

Again, he said that this category of people who always try to display their wealth to the world are suffering from inferiority complex. Those who have no confidence, post material things but those who are real models post their work, how busy they are. “Hide yourself” he added.

In his words, “a goat cannot go to a barber’s shop when it knows that the barber is a lion. Silent sustainable, prolonged success is more valuable than loud short lived achievement. Arrogance is not confidence” he concluded. He also quoted some bible references (Jer. 17:9, John 2:24) to back up his point.

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