Frequently, people consider money and wealth as weighing scale to measure human prosperity and well-being, with no concern on how important their treasure house in heaven should be filled up. Reacting to this common belief, the president of Mount Zion Faith Ministries, Evangelist Mike Bamiloye stated that a poor man is not someone who has not earthly treasures but someone who has no treasures in heaven. Some of which includes; seeking after the kingdom of God, striving to live a life that is holy and blameless, without spot or wrinkle, having intimate relationship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, being rich in good works, desire to follow Jesus, love for God and his Word, to mention few.
Evang. Mike Bamiloye addressed this with a short note via his social media platforms in the early hours of today as reactions from his followers showing that the filmmaker’s belief tallies with what they also believe on who really should be considered a poor man.
He simply shares; The poorest man is a person who has not treasure in heaven
Published By: Ifeoluwa ORISAKAHUNSI
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