- Popular NSPPD pastor, Jerry Eze, has narrated his life story, revealing how he was able to go to school with the help of a couple
- The pastor added that he does not have the time to argue with people who are criticising his "What God cannot do doesn't exist" quote
- According to the cleric, his wife has always been a huge support for him in the ministry
A pastor who founded the New Season Prophetic Prayers and Declaration (NSPPD) and is behind the popular quote “what God cannot do does not exist”, Jerry Eze, has spoken about his life, ministry, and background.
In a BBC News Pidgin interview, the man said that when he formed the quote, there were many semantic questions and he had to tell people to go and come up with their own.
Eze revealed that he grew up in a poor home as his mummy was a struggling single parent. He disclosed that his mother told him that God had a plan for his life.
He said life was really tough growing up and he was only able to get an education through the generosity of a couple he met in the church.
Eze stated he was once a broadcaster and a communication specialist with the World Bank before God's calling on his life became strong.
In his video interview, the pastor tried so much to explain his quote and further clarify what some people may find somewhat confusing about it. After citing examples, he said:
“To whom brain is given, sense is expected.”
Eze added that his wife has really supported his ministry and he does not know any woman that could do as much as her.
Watch his full interview below:
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions to the clip below:
"The most powerful interview I have seen this year."
"I just love them."
"Pure joy. What God cannot do, does NOT exist!"
"Such an authentic and beautiful video."
"Pastor Jerry. Ride on SIR. The lord is always your strength."
Meanwhile, another South African, known as Dr Chauke, has taken to his Twitter account to share his recent achievement and has undoubtedly inspired many of his followers.
Chauke is a businessman and says he plies his trade in the branding and printing sector, which covers printing on garments and paper bag printing as well as what he calls 'umbrella branding'.
As his business is booming, he says he has successfully opened branches in Durban and Johannesburg as well as one in Tshwane.
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