Unemployed man lands 3 jobs after visiting Pastor Lukau's church

Unemployed man lands 3 jobs after visiting Pastor Lukau's church

A young man has revealed that he landed not one but three jobs after he visited Pastor Alph Lukau's church.

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Unemployment in South Africa is a massive issue - something President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed during the SONA last week.

However, while it might take the president years to resolve the issue, one young man received help from someone else - Pastor Alph Lukau.

Lukau, who famously became known as the 'resurrection pastor' earlier this year, took to social media to share the testimony of a young man.

Briefly.co.za learned the young man had been unemployed for four years before he visited Alleluia Ministries International.

However, his luck turned soon after he walked into Lukau's church and he landed three jobs - each one paying more than the previous.

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Unemployed man lands 3 jobs after visiting Pastor Lukau's church

Unemployed man lands 3 jobs after visiting Pastor Lukau's church. Photo credit: Alph Lukau/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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The post read:

"A Triple Promotion Testimony. Come and see what the Lord has done! This young man came to testify of what Jehovah has done in his life since he walked into Alleluia Ministries International
"He was unemployed for 4 painful years when the grace of God lifted him up and he received a job opportunity. Soon after receiving that job he received another offer 5 times more than the one he had just got."
"But God wasn't finished with him yet - he then received a 3rd job and the salary was DOUBLE the second job he had received! May God MULTIPLY your income, may the Word of God lift you up higher than those around you. May favour be your name. So shall it be!"

Take a look at the original Facebook post below:

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