Stimulus Package

SHOW ME THE MONEY!

Jeremiah 17:5-13

Four things happen when we give…

1. We break the power of money

2. We declare dependence on God

3. We respond to God in obedience

4. We advance God’s kingdom

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41 Responses to “Stimulus Package”

  1. Waaaaaaat!!!!That was powerful.Am so supercharged to seek God right now like u cant believe but the problem is where to seek him. At least i know the bible is a guide to this but i need more, that is day to day practical tips towards finding the kingdom of God and His righteousness…especially the righteousness part of it. I know His righteousness is greater than mine coz mine is like filthy rags to Him so about His righteousness am knda lost.
    Pastor Angie had told us to bring everyone we know including our pets n am sure that if i had a puppy he would have understood coz of the way the sermon was simply put yet sooooooo powerfully. Last week I managed to bring my super religious mum to mavuno!!! Heh that was major for me plus she loved pastor s’s preaching ati he made the word check in in another way it has never checked-in in her life. One down for to go. Have an awesome week

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  2. Steve Suchi Says:

    Mr. Wahome has touched not just my life, but every aspect surrounding it. I have seen and heard from the man I have been praying to God to give as an example! I have always asked God why is it you talk of wealth as a godly principle yet all the wealthy people I see around are not christians. But what an example, oh my, I am humbled,blessed but most importantly challenged. I am a 23 yr old guy, got saved here at mavuno 2 wks ago,doing mizizi and loving it. I would love to get in contact with Mr. Wahome for him to mentor me into being a person with a purpose. Please allow me to walk in your footsteps and follow you as you follow Christ. You have enriched my soul. How can i get to you Sir? Let me also take this time to congratulate you and your team on your award and success. Truly the word of God is real.

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  3. Last Born gal Says:

    where do i start? the sermon today! waaah!! Pastor M, Mr Wahome..may God bless you sana tu sana! I was looking forward to this sunday and…well. Our coach said, in a flippant manner, this week (when i thanked her for a ride) ah…its nothing..this is Jesus’ car. today listening to Mr Wahome I was like yer…it all belongs to God. Im just a custodian!! i intend to start acting it today!!

    One other thing, last week during 24/7 when I saw that we need 35M by Dec for the dome and the new offices..my initial reaction was he!! where will that cash come from in such a short time? But as I started praying, I sensed laughter from God. he was like hiyo tu? watch and see me work. Pastor M, that cash is coming..that day i didnt see what role I would play but today I can not wait to see God work through me n mavuno as a whole!!

    God bless you bloggers!

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  4. Pastor Muriithi,

    Welcome back and thank you very much for this series that you have began and more so thank you for bringing Mr. Wahome. The only people we hear that have been blessed financially are those in the US. Now we have someone we can relate to. Very inspiring first session we had today.

    Would Mr. Wahome share with us how he got out of debt. the actual steps he took. What were his first business ventures that turned him around after ( Here I mean the not the very first ones but the others that he started after discovering the sovereign power of God) did he engange in and what was the capital out lay and how did he raise this money.? I am sure the congregation may want to know this to help them at at level they can relate with.

    For me it was owesome.

    Regards

    Edd

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  5. Today’s sermon answered a lingering question I’d began to ask..should I strive to get out of debt or juggle my funds and possbility invest some in the recently concluded(and oversubscribed kengen investment…) or perhaps now that tunaendelea kuongea..eye safaricom’s upcoming deal.I know for certain what Bwana Wahome was on about when he said the borrower is always a slave.My monthly Sacco repayments have been utter stress,surely this IS slavery..but not for long.Suffice to say I trust God for ..the 200kshs to get into town,…the 2,000kshs for fuel and certainly the 2m. debt am in.I am frugal,however I learnt some kingdom principles today I shall study more on and apply.I also identified that am one of those stuck in the ‘10%’ giving bracket,..let’s rephrase that the 10% paying bracket:what a relief to determine to get out of that and grow my tithing.Certainly all the godly wealthy people I know do not give the minumum required…hmm why hadn’t I figured this out before???
    Can we have details of the Kingdom business training please.
    I shall first read the booklet Exercising your way to financial freedom’ then perhaps ask my other questions.This is very relevant,if Jesus actually mentioned money 2350 times in the bible (people actually get these stats..)…iko something.Tx Mavuno Church.Ahh I somehow also noticed Bwana Wahome and his wife Julie do not spot the latest no.plate in town..

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  6. First timer here….mavuno has been amazing, mizizi absolutely awesome and i cant seem to ivite enough pple, not that i want to reach that number anyway. Todays sermon and the session with Mr Wahome was totally mind blowing. Such humility amidst obvious affluence is unheard of. I would like to ask, for a bizness do you tithe after taxes or before?? SEcondly for a business do you tithe from profits or from gross sales? Looking fwd to your feedback and so manythanks and God bless for such an amazing sermon today, God bless.

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  7. Yesters sermon was amazing and as i listened to Mr Wahome i felt that was what i needed at that time………..And if anyone has been doubting that mavuno is for Ordinary People, Exta-ordinary lives then jana was the best day to learn. Pastor i am with you that by 2015 90% mavunites will be leading and doing mega things.
    Am just left to wonder if am not in mavuno where real testimony is right next where would i be.
    Pastor S u missed!

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  8. Welcome back Pastors from Germany and for those chasing green cards and other opportunities abroad, go slow, we have been there. It was so humbling to see a good example of humility amidst abundance and we look forward to hearing more from the duo next Sunday. One more lesson, to those who have been blessed abundantly, live simple so that others may simply live. Tithing remains a challenge to some of us but we now know which direction to take. Perhaps a small request for Mr. Wahome, kindly consider coming with your Choir next Sunday. It was a big blessing to us who listened to it last year at Mavuno.

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  9. Hee Hee!!!!!
    it was owesome, The sermon was everything i have heard and know about Giving but was brought home in a practical way.

    To G.M a wise woman of God advised me about Tithe and said We should avoid getting lost in the Details e.g is it Gross or Net but we Should first cultivate the Culture then the Lord will make it Clear… if to gross or Net.

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  10. "When Is My Season?" Says:

    “When Is My Season?”

    Is. 30:18 ‘But GOD’S not finished. He¹s waiting around to be gracious to you.
    He¹s gathering strength to show mercy to you. GOD takes the time to do everything right. Those who wait around for him are the blessed ones.’ The Message

    God is not in our time. God does not operate in the the realm that we operate in. There is really not a set time that God will show up in our situations.
    I know our church choirs like to sing songs like, “He’s right on time” or “God is a right now God” and all that stuff, but those songs are not always correct. God is not always going to be on time or be right now! You see, there will be times when he won’t show up. Face the facts. There will be times when he makes you wait. You may miss your due date, you may have to take the late charge, you may have to miss this months bills, you may have to deal with those creditors. We are always trying to make God show up in our situations, but many of them are solely our fault and God is making us wait! Patience! This is teaching you not to do it again. This is teaching you not to buy those clothes, or go to those places you couldn’t afford. This is teaching you not to date the wrong person, or sleep around before marriage. Patience! God makes us wait sometimes and he will not be “Right Now” or “ON Time” all of the time.

    I know we are living in the day when the preachers and teachers are always talking about your season! But God’s seasons are apart of his own sovereignty.
    Isn’t it funny that, when something sounds good to us, we will flock to conferences, concerts, and mega ministries because we want the good stuff they are saying? “God is gonna do this”. “Your breakthrough, your season, your next level, etc”. has clouded the reality of serving God and now most folks want God because of what he will do for them. We want a breakthrough, we want out of debt, we want finances, we want our season of blessings! But the reality of it all is, STOP MAKING DECISIONS THAT ARE GETTING YOU BOUND AND YOU WON’T NEED A BREAKTHROUGH! God is more concerned about your daily walk with him. Not a quick fix from a conference speaker! Most of the speakers have gone through hell 80% of their lives and now they are on the other side of it. Now they are rich, driving fancy cars, and living it up. There is nothing wrong with prosperity, but sometimes people in those positions lose their sensitivity to people that are waiting on God. So, they preach that you can be like them and make it seem like it can happen over night. But reality says, you will have to wait on God. And it may be a while. God is not in our time and is working things out on your behalf in his own way.
    His ways are not our ways. He does things differently. I know you heard that you are about to step into your season of blessings, but God is not confined to seasons. And your season is when you decide to obey him. Your season is when you decide to stop living in sin and start representing him. Your season is when you accept the things of God and wait to hear from him. Your season is when you decide that you are going to do it his way and not your own.
    Blessinga will come continually, not just in seasons, but you must first learn to wait.

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  11. what????pastor M,what did you kula in germany???you were s on point jana!!!yaani God came dwn jana 4me specifically and really spoke!!i thank GOD you have been chosen to be the vessel for his word…I KNOW I AM TOO.i got the last copy of the book after a few wrangles with astar who also wanted one but was kind enuf to sell it to me and he gets his later in the week…hehe i wezad him..i cant afford to miss anything this month..i want to know how to save…what is saving?when i have insurance(education,life,medical etc) can i call that saving,sacco contributions etc..dont laugh pastor M,you could go on and on about saving and each one of us goes home with a different idea about how to do it.i heard someone who puts money in a fixed deposit to save and invest coz it has an interest..hehe…am not a guru, but what..what d you think??mr wahome was just the bomb..id like to understand thru his experience how he got out…the gory details kabisa..and his relationship with his wife..what was going on then and how they did it as a team!!!
    pastor M,God has my ears open this month..i will listen coz most times i dont!!!!I AM LISTENING DADDY!!
    BE blessed

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  12. jana’s sermon was powerful – thanks so much pastor M. may GOD bls you sana.
    and the way it was delivered, wow!!!! with mr. Wahome!! it’s amazing what God is doing in Mavuno.
    the sermon really opened by eyes so much – that i am just but a custodian of waht God has given me.
    i have been struggling with the notion of giving – but with the revelation thr’ Wahome, i feel delivered.

    Mavuno is influencing society in a big way – producing fearless influencers who are going to change this country.
    I juz feel i am in the right place – at Mavuno, i am at home.

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  13. I sometimes come to Mavuno when i cant make it for mass and i must say out of all the services that i have attended, yesterday’s service had the greatest impact on me. I have been struggling with a very difficult decision lately of quiting my job. I am a person who has always believed in doing the right thing. Recently, i got a job that looked perfect from the outside but after a few months working, i hate it and the person that it is turning me into. My employer professes to be a born again christian and yet the corrupt practices that we engage in to get jobs (& win tenders) is deplorable. At first i was shocked but to keep my job i had/have to aid these practices. I keep thinking if i quit, what happens to the bills? The people who depend on me financially? I hate the person that i becoming all in the name of becoming financially stable. Last week, my boss gave me a raise and instead of dancing with joy i just burst into tears. As i was listening to Mr. Wahome this sunday it gave me hope to see what God has done for him. That sermon gave me hope and i just want to say thank you.

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  14. It has been my dream to build a city, i have dreamt of starting a christian bank, i was afraid of mentioning these dreams out loud coz of fear of people thinking im a psychopath considering my current situation. The development team mentioned it out loud and i was like cool! im in the right place! someone else had mentioned about a christian bank before. now i can be part of that vision. About the sermon all i could think of is matthew 6:33 (im not sureif that is the right verse)” seek ye first the kingdom of God and all these other things shall be added unto you”. and this is my summary of the sermon, you cannot serve God and Money one has to be the master and the other the slave. Let God be your master and money your slave and give not only the 10% tithe but develop principles of giving that will open the windows and doors of heaven for your blessing and when you are successful, by all means give God the Glory.
    Wow! this is the beginning of the rest of my life

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  15. Finally I get to understand what tithing is about. I’m a simple person but I get worked up when broke. Partly because I’m a little spoilt first as a child growing up and now as a wife. For many years I have been charitable and I thought that was equivalent to tithing. Just to learn jana ati God is not requesting me to tithe, he demands that I do it and by doing so I’m not doing him any favors. Yesterdays sermon also made me realize I have been seeking money first not the kingdom of God and now I understand why although I’m financially blessed in the sense that I’m comfortable, God has not enlarged my territory because I have not been seeking him first. From yesterday I purposed in my heart that I will be tithing every Sunday and God from now on is my priority. Not my Production company, not my home, not my clothes and shoes which by the way I love!!!!! BUT GOD! This is my second month since I joined Mavuno, I’m currently doing mizizi and I have to say…I’m home in Mavuno. Thanks Pastor M and Mr. Wahome for that wonderful sermon. By the way, does Mr. Wahome offer mentorship coz I want to be his protégé.

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  16. yep if I was God or asked by God who should be rich then I won’t think for a second it’s Mr. Wahome I felt he deserves what he is. am so impressed about his principles on Christianity and earthly wealth, yaani he could quote the bible precisely.

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  17. yesterday’s sermon was truly on point.The humility in Mr. Wahome and the knowledge he has on the Bible just challenged me. Pst. M, if any of us fails, God will not hold you accountable because you have done your part. It is now for us to put into practise what you have taught us. one question though “how can I avoid being taken advantage of ? I am a guy who will always give an hand when one approaches me for assistance and some people have taken advantage of me in that they don’t give back after borrowing?

    May God bless mavunites and my mizizi group.

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  18. Amazing Grace Says:

    First let me say a big thank you to Pst. M and Mr. Wahome for the powerful sermon you delivered yesterday. This year has been a great journey for me with Mavuno and God is surely making me uncomfortable in my comfort zone all for good reasons. For the last 6 months i knew that i had hit the nail on the head or that i had the vision revelation but two weeks ago I heard God saying he doesnt want me to go into debt to fulfill a mission and that i had to start small. Trust me this was hard for me to understand. I had it all written out and ready to roll out. Then he said no no – start from your backyard and grow. I am still coming to terms with that because he knows me and knows i like big things. I need amazing grace in my life and humility is a lesson i’m still learning. On money – did you have to go to the Freezer?? That just did it for me. The double door fridge i wanted vanished as Mr. Wahome made that statement, and yes if we cant give the maker what we want to give ourselves how does that equal to He Owns I manage. Another lesson learnt – Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and all these things shall be added unto you – i’ve parked the fridge story for now as i seek to draw closer to God and as i audit my spending habits vs his will for his money that he’s entrusted me with. I totally understood the moth and the rust concept in the bible – thats what we call easy come easy go, we need to seek him with all our heart and he will provide not only the finances but the wisdom we need to invest what he blesses us with. This to me looks like one of those OUCH months in Church. I’ve had quite a few this year and at the end of it all i really do learn and move on to serving him in a more enlightened and God fearing way. Cant wait for the next 3 Sundays. Or we have one mega service from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.??

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  19. Yo… I surely missed. But see you on Sunday! 🙂 Be blessed..

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  20. Thanks pastor M for inviting Mr Wahome the sermon was an eyeopener for me as i was really inspired by the word of God and the wisdom he has put into his servant to feed us with all humility all praise go to him in heaven,be blessed
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  21. Just before attending yesterdays service I flipped through 3 local TV stations all broadcasting paid for Sunday services. As predicted all were talking about faith + obedience (including monetary tithes & offerings) = Prosperity. One preacher said his listeners faith would be overtly blessed & If their dream is to live abroad Arise & Shine na Mungu atakubariki! (waah if we all leave who will attend his church), If a boy/girlfriend has left you arise and shine & they shall return (how about God saved you from a miserable marriage) If you want a car, Arise & Shine and it shall come to you (now how about praying for transport vission 2030 style & less pollution in tow).What overstretched use of Isaiah 60:1

    Its was certainly refreshing to listen to today’s sermon. I believe that God has promised and shall meet all our needs but not our GREED. Christians must have a right attitude towards wealth and not put their hope in the worlds riches.

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  22. Mstrixie007 Says:

    I found jana’s sermon wholistic, for some reason, we Christians have been taught that it is unholy to desire money or want to be rich but yet yesterday was a good example of a man living in the monies but most importantly, knowing fully well that we are blessed to be a blessing, that we are here on earth to fulfill God’s agenda! Our lives are about God and therefore we should seek first the kingdom of God and all these things…Waaaat! It couldn’t have been more profound than that!

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  23. MR. Wahome this is for you… what was the turning point when you got the knowledge of cause in the hardest way trust me i know what exactly did you do? am currently at i have been crucified with Christ i have sacrificed my flesh lusts and wants for my Christ…my heart is a work in process i feed it with the right stuff the word and am practicing, i’m committed to Christ an in this relationship with him… i will do every thing for it to work. i have a complete business profile with no chums what should i do?

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  24. Bold Lion Says:

    I enjoyed the sermon yesterday. However, we need to know where he gives &does God direct him on where &what/how much b4 he gives? Giving over &above tithe is not easy. U should also teach on good ground in terms of giving &the concept of seeding. U can tithe &give to the wrong church, then ur finances r cursed/u lose them. So it’s a very sensitive issue

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  25. wawawa! Can i just say, that clearly the blog reflects the impact this topic has on society! Kudos! Yaani, i wasn’t feeling the whole title, money talk has always made me sick,i can pretend to like it but honestly didn’t,never did! Why? Its coz am one of those who as Wahome said, stays broke because God loves me,and i was pretty cool with it! Why? Money looked like such a a complex thing! Yesterday God spoke to me so profoundly, i got a clear message that i need to pray for managerial skill!! I will keep silent now because am so deeply overwhelmed by the need to allow God to help me. Thanks Wahome and pastor m! You guys rock! Oh and pastor linda that side kick joke killed me! Lol!

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  26. The service team is doing an excelent job, sling and stone..we love the videos. keep up the good work. Pastor M, Karibu back. You are visionary. I love the way everyone in church is given an opportuniy to grow. As many interns as are called become Pastors, run with ministries, yaani you are not scared of others success. You are mentoring other leaders, and yours is a practical approach. May the Lord God bless you.
    Now to the service,my take home” Consistent giving! Making giving your lifestyle. Often after I hear a sermon on giving i become an ecellent giver for 2 months, then I slacken… I often loose sleep over busssiness deals, when did i loose sleep, coz the house of God is in need?
    It would be great to hear the divine ideas and how they turned into financial freedom. My desire though is to learn from Pastor Wahome how to be attentive to hear God for my own divine ideas… How to tell, my own ideas from those of God.Im tuned on next Sunday. God bless

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  27. pastor S, you really missed out on sunday – you got to get this message.
    i love mavuno. pastor M, you are a simple, down-to-earth ,visionary leader.
    the message on sunday was so revealing and God is doing a great thing in this church.
    everything in this church is done in simple ways but the impact is telling.
    this is a church of the 21st century – yes, influencing society.

    God is making a change in our society thr’ these simple men of God.
    pastor M, may GOD lift you to higher ground.

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  28. Holy Lord!! Pastor M kweli you kujad with special anointing from Germany! that Sunday sermon was awesome both in content and delivery. Whome is a personal Friend and I must say both of you brought immense weight on the subject and honestly revived my spirit. That is the gospel of relevance and am so ever challenged. Ahsante sana!!

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  29. that sermon was hottest. please let us pray for each other. i am job seeking and need all your prayers and blessings and i know they will not be in vain.
    god bless u all.

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  30. Wow….wasnt Mr.Wahome amazing….i got the opportunity to shake his hand and oh my God!you are the best thing that Pastor m could bring……i believed in everything you said….giving is great…….i want to learn to give and give more coz i have never ever lacked in my life coz even when i wasnt saved…i loved to give…but i want to learn to give without expecting anything in return…….Mavuno is like the best church and the best gift i got this year…i have been saved, done mizizi,transformed,happily tithing ….got a new job….a new house….new friends…no more booze n immorality……and i want to do more…i want to plug in…i love you Mavuno,Pastors and all the awesome guests!Keep up the good work!

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  31. I missed out on the sermon since i was in the cresh and our monitor failed to come on wen we were done (i’ll be sure to pick a copy next Sunday though). However, from the blog, i was wondering if there may b a ‘remote’ chance to start Kingdom Business training for Mavuno. I know it happens annually but don’t even have those details. But mayb if there was a class started for Mavuno, i believe we could fill that up before you can say. “when can we start??”. I hope you can consider that. Pastor M??? Thanks

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  32. Wow! Now it has sunk in… Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and all these things will be added to you…. that is what has kept ringing in my mind. Pastor and Mr. Wahome, thanks. I have never had such a desire to serve the Lord like I do right now. And the fact that God not only cares about me serving Him but also wants to bless me in the process, ati God’s people (Mr Wahome, Pasi etc) are actually rich because they met God and not because they have had to do chapa some serious underground deals!!!!. I tell you, our LG this week will be amazing.

    about being blessed… you need to hear my story to believe it, God has turned my life upside up (if there is ever such a word). When i look at you guys I know God has greater plans for me, I am praying that He will keep me humble and make me realize that it’s His money, i just manage it.

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  33. Pleasure Seeker Says:

    Hee!
    Your Sunday’s sermon Pastor M “show me the money” starring Mr. Wahome, was fantastic and an eye opener, i know to many as it was for me.
    I have a question though which maybe you or Mr. Wahome could answer for me. I tithe all what I make and receive whether in the form of a gift or refund. One weeks tithe varies from the other. You had mentioned last week (maybe I heard wrong) that your tithe is meant to steadily increase as you tithe. How will that work in my case because business varies from week to week?

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  34. Hie good People.
    I do agree with all of u that that was a great really, Mr Wahome you are 1 very special wealthy man i ev come across in this land.
    What i always ask myself is…..’now that there must be several guys like you in this country why can we just decide that we are taking this guys in 4 pariament and to top readership n the we will have a new kenya?. Anyway, am frustrated n i dont know if i should, but guys …what is wrong with us?must we elect criminals,theives,killers,liars, land grambers,disrespectifull guys to humanity n peoples rights, tribalists,illitrate people……….! Cant we see the remains a remnants, cant this gifted people stand up, sacrifice, use their money n we support them with each the little we have n the strategically position ourselves and we get them in and thats it. why why why cant that happen? Pst M,and the Mavuno leadership,thanku 4 the series and go on making it real to us.

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  35. mamananii Says:

    I have a feeling that this series should be called ‘Show me my heart’! I have been a Christian for many years, served in church including Mavuno, tithe faithfully, give ‘when i can’ etc. But God clearly showed me that my heart is wrong – when i seek wealth or more, it is all for me/my family. I have been living for myself! And so my prayer has changed. Now I tell God every morning that I am tired of living for myself, but that I do not know how to live for him so he needs to show me how. My quest for God’s purpose for me is many years old – I earnestly desire to know what plans God has for me in his kingdom. Anybody out there feel me?

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  36. Whaaaaaaaat?!! That was an amazing sermon. I did not want it to end! Yaani, I was wishing Monday was Sunday all over again. One does not have to jump on the pulpit and shout in order to make an impact.

    My question: Should tithe be a tenth of my gross salary or net salary?

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  37. The Lord truly works in amazing ways. In this difficult times when we all chase after the ‘paper’, the Stimulus Package was an eye opener. After re committing my life to Christ two weeks ago, each and every single day has been a blessing as I can say that am growing spiritually day by day. This to me is a big blessing as it has given me peace of mind and even though am job hunting at the moment, I am never afraid, scared or even in despair because i trust in the word of the Lord and i have also learnt to put him first above everything. Mr Wahome was truly inspirational and by him i have found a role model. Thank you Pastor M and may God Bless you.

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  38. Pastor M,

    I am attending Mizizi and was just wondering whether you could passuade Mr. Wahome to come and give us a session on “money” at least there we can ask questions.

    God Bless Edd

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  39. wow!!
    church is just the best. i have missed for the last one month and this is just the best welcome. Mr Wahome always inspires me
    i have a question because of the way mavuno is growing and some of us who cant make on sundays because of the shifts at work is it possible to look into having a saturday service?
    God bless you all

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  40. I was blessed. This sermon series is so on point. I always felt like I was fighting a lone battle what with believing in never taking a loan. Now I have the Biblical principles to back it all up.

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  41. Wow!
    Is the one word that comes to mind.

    God is using Mavuno & Mizizi in a HUGE way to speak clarity and direction into my life. I just love the simple conversational style in which God’s word is taught. I actually hear what is being said… the noise and distraction have taken a back seat.

    The past two sessions have spoken direct to my heart. I came to the sessions looking to know more about money. Interestingly money matters are not the main focus. The message that has stayed with me is to seek after God’s heart.

    I have had to take a hard look at obedience or rather the lack thereof, to take a hard stance and get past the very “good reasons and justifications” why tithe can be put on hold while i do a, b, c and if anything remains then … So, the pay vs. give tithe was a blindspot … really had it like i was giving tithe versus as the commandment that it is…to pay tithe.

    So I got/get that there is alot to unlearn.
    PLUS plenty to learn in terms of seeking Him first (breaking free of doubt, resignation, cynicism, mistrust, doublemindedness…) to get to where i am truly worthy of stewardship.

    RE: Squeaky’s request/suggestion… is it something that can be considered at Mavuno? That the Kingdom business training could be started at Mavuno, say on a weekday evening or a couple of weekday evenings (bearing in mind those in employment)?

    Thanks.
    Have an incredibly blessed week.
    Baraka tele!

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