The Shocking Thing I Told A Man Who Gave Me Half A Million Naira As Offering

The general overseer of Dunamis International Gospel Center, Dr. Paul Enenche, spoke to his members in a message titled “The Flourishing of Faith,” which was shared by Church Gist. The man of God revealed what he told a man who gave him half a million naira as an offering.

According to the respected cleric, God is the one that supplies his needs, and he is fully persuaded of his ability to take care of him. Because of this knowledge of God’s ability and capacity to provide for him, he doesn’t need to look up to any mortal man when he is in need of anything.

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He went on to reveal what he told the man who came through him with a sum of five hundred thousand naira (half a million naira). When he saw the money, he asked the man what it was meant for, and after he had explained the purpose, he knew the money wasn’t for him but for God, and so he redirected the man and told him to present it to God.

The revered man of God further revealed that he is connected to a source that supplies whatever he wants, and so he doesn’t need to tamper with money or things that do not belong to him. Concerning the offerings and other donations collected in the church, the man of God said he doesn’t know how much the church receives because he doesn’t ask them about it.

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He pointed out that when Jesus sent his disciples out to preach the gospel, they didn’t lack anything, and so he was also persuaded that when God sent a man out to work for him, he would provide for his needs.

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