‘I am qualified for a private jet because I once gave a million dollar offering’ — David Ibiyeomie
Pastor David Ibiyeomie, the founder and senior pastor of Salvation Ministries, claims he is overqualified to buy a private jet because he previously gave God a million dollars as an offering at a Sunday sermon.
Ibiyeomie said this during a church session called “Love For the Miraculous,” adding that his wife was unaware of his offering at the time.
According to the preacher, God cannot manifest Himself on someone who does not love Him.
‘There are people who pray for miracles. There are some who are miracle personified. Your love for God will make you seek God first. Those who love God puts him first.
When you say I love God, it means I put God’s things first. I was talking to a man of God, an American preacher. He said David, you tried o, do you know I have never given a million dollar before in my life and this preacher is a multimillionaire in dollars’.
“When I gave one million dollars as offering, I had no house. I gave it on a Sunday, my wife was not even aware until she heard my testimony. It was only the Church accountant that knew as a privilege of his office when he saw the volume of money that came in.
“He said wow! I told him to keep quiet, I didn’t do it for you but for God. Don’t mind all these people that criticise preachers. Ask them how many of them have people in school on scholarship. They will always criticise men of God buying jets. If I buy a jet today, I am over qualified.
“I have given countless times. Do you know the number of people on Oyedepo’s scholarship. Be ready to love God but be ready for the envy of people. If people do not envy you, it means you are not getting blessed by God,” Ibiyeomie said.
He further added: “Those who love God, God stays with them and they walk in the miraculous. There is no embassy today that I will go to and I will be kept for more than two minutes.
When you walk in love, you become a miracle. You can fast forty days and not walk in the supernatural but you can’t walk in love and not walk in the supernatural.”