Tunde Bakare, Senior Pastor of Latter Rain Ministry, has revealed that the last time he stepped into a bank for transaction was 34 years ago.
The clergyman, who spoke on the topic “A Healthy, Robust Heavenly Bank Account”, during on Sunday, said other times he had to visit a banking hall were to sanctify a new branch, Vanguard reports.
Recalling how his mother was told that she will have bank accounts abroad, the vocal preacher said banks always come to his home for transactions.
“I am not showing off as you will call it, I am only provoking you to charge up yourself,” Bakare was quoted as saying.
“My mother was not a rich woman, but someone once told her that she would have bank accounts abroad and she laughed, but right now, she has a son that has bank accounts abroad.
“These things don’t really have anything to do with education…If I can run bank accounts without visiting the banks, you too can. I don’t have two heads, neither does Dangote. Paying your tithe and offering doesn’t mean you have a heavenly bank account.
“If you think I am going to rush this sermon, you missed. I am going to go slow, after all, our president is ‘Baba Go Slow’ and I am his very good friend.
“To store up a treasure in heaven requires a different approach. Holding loosely and sharing freely and giving away heartily treasure for God’s kingdom purpose.”