David Ibiyeomie, the leading pastor of Salvation Ministries, reportedly told Punch News that in 1997, offering God his N5,000 salary set off a series of miraculous events. This was said by the televangelist in a video that he uploaded to Instagram on May 28, 2024. Later on, he claimed to have heard God tell him to give God the money instead, so he did as He was told. “My husband, we have to go to the market,” she said to me upstairs. I said, “I’m coming.” However, I perceived God telling me to give me the N5,000. That is insane!

No one is going to literally give you money. When your wife expressed her desire to visit the market, you received your paycheck and had no more funds. And God said, “Please give me.” You must have faith. God can be heard, but it cannot create without trust.

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The pastor from Port Harcourt, Rivers State continued, saying, “After that, I took the N5,000 and gave it up as a sacrifice. Within sixty minutes, a woman reported that she had a message from God telling her that a preacher was in the town and that she needed to take N25,000, pack a bag of rice, a bag of beans, a crate of eggs, and everything in her kitchen, and deliver it to him. Without ever getting to know me, she drove down and left everything behind.

He said: “My wife told me she wanted to go to the market in 1997, and my salary was N5,000.”….S££ MOR£

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