ICGC’s Greater works conference is on its third night and it may well be described as the largest and most well attended event of the church, and even more so, in its newly out-doored Christ Temple East auditorium located at Teshie.
One of the three speakers for the event, the renowned Rev. Matthew Ashimolowo, who has been ministering since the event started as this year’s first of the three speakers has shared how he made some huge monies just this year.
It is worth noting that, he may have brought a new information, which may well settle the fact that, he does not depend on his church’s money as he was emphatic that, “he does not draw on KICC church money.”
With reference to the more than $400,000 he claimed he was paid some few days ago, when he landed in Ghana for the Greater Works, he shared the incredible details whiles he was ministering for his last time at the event, on the night of August 3rd.
He shared the testimony of a sort, to encourage the congregants both in-person and online, to give generously, as he had asked them to give two offerings, one for a “1,000 more than before seed” of a $1,000 and another seed between $52 to $520, for the oil of completion, that will see a completing miracle to whatever they may have started.
This is coming on the back of two seeds totaling just $340 he asked and received yesterday from the participating and generous people. Well, fast forward to today, Rev. Ashimolowo shared how he saw a vision of an old childless couple, who had served in the ministry and were currently living a largely improvised life.
According to him, in the vision from the Lord, the Lord’s Spirit had asked that, he immediately send them some financial blessing. He asserted that, this was coming on the back of a major land property he had in Nigeria, which he was trying to sell off, but gets bounced back by all the persons who showed interest.
Fast forward, he quickly sent these couple, who were also once his church members in Nigeria, where he was an Assistant Pastor, before he travelled outside to the UK, where he has since excelled.
According to him, immediately he sent out the money and had to head to Ghana for this year’s Greater Works Conference, he got a notification at the Ghana Airport, immediately he landed and there was a payment of over $400,000 sent out by a buyer, who had paid off the first installments for his land property.
From his preaching, he clearly shares how blessed he has been by God and according to him, this multiple streams of wealth, have been anchored by his wisdom in God’s word and his willingness to sow seeds as well.
Rev. Ashimolowo in a pose.
Rev. Ashimolowo, aside his monthly School of Wealth online classes, which sees his students, paying a monthly fee of $200, is also an internationally renowned conference and keynote speaker, where it is predicted that, he makes some good monies from such honorariums dashed for his time.
Rev. Ashimolowo has successfully completed his sessions at this year’s Greater Works and heads back to his London base and according to him, he returns back to Africa, later in next week, to minister at another mega believers conference.
Rev. Ashimolowo prayed for the hundreds that gave to his request and in-fact laid hands on the first gentleman, who came forward with his seed, a man, who described his profession as a Contractor.
He ended up asking him to spread the palm of his hands open, where he laid hands and dashed the generous contractor, his handkerchief, which Rev. Ashimolowo called his mantle, to the thunderous applause of the thousands seated in the mega auditorium.
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