Job 27:13-17, Proverbs 13:22, Ecclesiastes 2:26, John 4:35-38
In this first instalment of The Technology of Wealth Transfer, Pastor ‘Tunde Bakare preached from the above mentioned scriptural references. One common thread that binds all these scriptures is that God is in the business of wealth transfer. It is crystal clear that the wealth of the sinner is stored up for the righteous as spelt out in Ecc.2:26 where we can see a serious division of labour. God gives the sinner the work of gathering and collecting, and to the man who is good in His sight, God gives that person wisdom, knowledge and joy to access what the sinner has gathered, collected and stored up.
Furthermore, both Hannah the mother of Samuel and David the sweet psalmist of Israel concurred on one important issue. They agreed on the fact that God raises the poor from the dust and lifts the beggar from the dunghill to set them among princes and make them inherit the throne of glory [1 Samuel 2:4-8 & Psalm 113:4-8]. Note that the Bible does not say that sinners will wake up one morning and transfer their wealth to you willingly. When it was time for God to compensate Israel for some 400 years of hard labour as slaves in Egypt, He simply gave an unexplainable favour to the children of Israel that enabled them to plunder the Egyptians [Exodus 11:1-3 & Exodus 12:35]. Just do as you are told and see what God will do for you hereafter.
There are some promises God made to us at the beginning of this ministry. One of such promises is that God will make our ministry the “Headquarters of Wealth”. Now the fulfilment is around the corner. If you will receive this word today, you will be among those who will make that happen. Today is a special day in our ministry, a day you all will remember in the months and years to come as the day the yoke of scarcity and the bondage of lack was completely broken and destroyed in your life in Jesus Name, Amen!
I see a lot of wealth in the spirit stored up for the saints of God. The harvest of the seeds you have sown that you have not really reaped, including the deprivations you have suffered when what was rightly yours was given to others or was shared by others to your own disadvantage; as well as the harvest of the seeds sown by so many other saints who have slept in the Lord and are no longer with us to reap their harvest. The accumulated harvest over the years is all stored up for those who sowed and are yet to reap and for the families of the departed ones who sowed but did not wait to reap [James 5:1-11].