To act in faith forget man and focus on God~ Pst. David Ibeyomie (Video)

Pastor David ibeyiomie

The President and presiding Pastor of Salvation Ministries Worldwide, one of the fastest growing ministries in the world has emphasized on the need for members to focus on God rather than man.

Faith according to Hebrew 11:1 says “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen”. The Bible book of Hebrew 11:6 expressly stated that “But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him”.

Pastor Ibeyomie speaking during a church service in her International headquarters in GRA Port Harcourt said if believers must act in faith to see God in action they must shift their focus and expectations away from man and focus on God almighty.

“The moment you want to act in faith forget every man…then you will see God in action, and He will use anybody He likes.

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“The moment you shift your heart away from God to man God will shift away from you.

“Faith will never grow in the heart of any man who looks unto man for help”, he said.

🔹For details about Salvation Ministries and programs visit: http://www.smhos.org

Video of David Ibeyiomie on Faith


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