“BISHOP DAVID ABIOYE TAUGHT ME STEWARDSHIP” says Pastor David Ibiyeomie as he takes the second Word session at Hour of Visitation, Faith Tabernacle
IF YOU PAMPER POVERTY, IT WILL TAMPER WITH YOUR DESTINY.
POVERTY IS WICKEDNESS
Day Four, Morning Session
Shiloh 2021: More Than A Conqueror
I want to deeply appreciate God for this privilege to stand on this exalted altar. I appreciate you my father, I appreciate you my mother and Bishop Abioye whom I have always said, “who taught me stewardship.”
Prayers: Father, in the name of Jesus, every Word that will come in this second Session be Your Word with power.
I vow to give You every glory and the Word will transform, change and make us better and at the end of the day, the glory shall go back to You. Thank You Heavenly Father, in Jesus mighty name.
This morning, I have been given to share with us:
ENGAGING THE COVENANT POWER OF WEALTH
You know here is the headquarters, so coming to preach such topic, whatever I want to preach now, is from here I learnt it.
I am still learning, I have not stopped learning. So out of the things I have learnt, I will bring out whatever I have learnt and I strongly believe you will bless in Jesus name.
What you don’t hate, you can’t conquer it. If you don’t hate poverty, you can’t conquer it. If you pamper poverty, it will tamper with your destiny.
Many say, “I don’t like to be poor”, but don’t really hate poverty.
Poverty is wickedness.