Khaya Dlanga remembers sleeping on streets, says faith got him through

Khaya Dlanga remembers sleeping on streets, says faith got him through

- Khaya Dlanga recalled how he slept on the streets of Cape Town for a few months

- Today, he's an influential marketer and author

- He said faith got him through his difficult times

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Influential marketer and author Khaya Dlanga has recalled how he slept in the streets of Cape Town for a few months prior to his success.

In a Twitter thread he posted recently, Khaya said faith got his through his difficult times. He shared photos of small pieces of paper on which he wrote Bible verses.

He kept these verses in his pockets and memorised them during the day to inspire himself, Briefly.co.za learned.

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Khaya added that this is a practice that he persisted with for many years, even after achieving success.

He said the verses he wrote often focused on the hope for better days, even if that hope was only fleeting in nature. This sustained him and kept him going.

He concluded that God kept his promise through a series of small miracles.

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Khaya's story touched the hearts of thousands of tweeps. Many said it inspired them, while others praised his resilience. See some of their reactions below.

Watch 5 "miracles" by African pastors in the video below from our Briefly - South Africa YouTube channel.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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