Spiritual fatherhood is one of the biggest things lacking in Christianity today. Men, women, boys, and girls of all ages are yearning for spiritual fathers and mothers. However, few people actually know how to find a spiritual father or mother and the things to look out for when having one.
Popular gospel drama minister, Omolara Ayoola has taken to Instagram to share a word of advice on the factors to consider before finding spiritual father. According to her, one who is to be considered as one’s father must be someone who knows the path, someone who will never cease to ‘chastise’ and most importantly, such father should care about the spiritual wellbeing of his child.
Explaining these, Omolara Ayoola shares a lovely photo depicting the ‘leaning’ as herself and her husband Olugbenga Ayoola rest on the shoulders of the founder of Mount Zion Faith Ministries, Evang. Mike Bamiloye. She further thanked Evang. Mike Bamiloye for being a true father to them.
In her words; When you have a father to lean on, you will always find your path. Who is your father? Don’t be a fatherless child. But In choosing a father, don’t choose those who would never tell you the truth, don’t choose those who would never talk sense into you, don’t choose those who would encourage you to disrespect others.
More importantly don’t choose those who don’t care whether you are on your way to heaven or not. Thank you Dad @mikebamiloye for a being a true father. We are both grateful. @gbengaayoolasmhofficial. PHOTO BELOW
Published By: Ifeoluwa ORISAKAHUNSI
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