(DOWNLOAD MP3) THE MAKING OF A MINISTER PART 1-6 BY OLUWATOBILOBA OSHUNBIYI
The Making of a Minister” by Oluwatobiloba is a powerful series that delves into the intricate process of becoming a minister of the Gospel. With conviction and passion, Oluwatobiloba emphasizes that being called to serve in God’s vineyard is not a mere coincidence, but a divine appointment. The sermon underscores the transformative nature of this calling, highlighting key elements that shape a minister’s journey.
Central to the making of a minister is the practice of fervent prayer. Oluwatobiloba emphasizes the necessity of communing with the Almighty, seeking His face, and attuning oneself to His will. Through heartfelt prayers, ministers are able to draw strength, wisdom, and discernment to navigate the challenges that come with their calling.
Oluwatobiloba underscores the indispensable role of studying and meditating upon Scripture. The Word of God serves as a firm foundation for ministers, providing them with guidance, truth, and nourishment. By immersing themselves in the Scriptures, ministers cultivate a deep understanding of God’s teachings and are equipped to effectively communicate His message with authority and conviction.