People who love to stick their nose in things that don’t concern them, be warned. Don’t do it on Pastor Hastings Salanje because he will tell you point blank and before you offer unsolicited advice to him, make sure you drive better cars than his.
Trending on social media is none other than South African based Malawian Pastor Hastings Salanje who says God has just “embarrassed” [sic] him with blessings beyond appreciation.
The self-styled super rich pastor has been making rounds on Facebook, with photos of his trendy cars going viral, making him the most mentioned tag in Malawi.
Hold on, he is better placed to tell you things and not the other way round. The rich Pastor currently based in South Africa posted on his Facebook wall that it doesn’t make sense for somebody with no bicycle to be busy telling him what to do.
“Whatever I write on this page is not up for debate. You came on my page to learn not to teach me. Keep your teachings or your sermons on your page. If you want to teach me, then first show me what God has done with you, I will respect you and hear what you are saying,” posted the man of God adding:
“I have been a winner since 1993, I came to Blantyre as a poor man in 1999, but within 3 years I made it to the top in ministry and in wealth, in ministry thousand swere coming to my ministry, the sick were healed, the blind saw and cripple walked. You saw real miracles on your TV screens. If you were young then ask your mother or your father that, about Pastor Salanje,” spoke the man of God.
According to Salanje, even the time he was in Malawi, his backyard was so full of posh cars and he was never poor like a church mouse.
“On wealth, my yard was also full with cars. I was using a convoy as well there, paying all the church bills from my pocket money, including TV programs. I have never had an offering or salary as a pastor, I have never received any gift up to now, but I have given people good gifts including millions of money and over 22 beautiful cars.”
About his second rise, Salanje posted:
“I came to south Africa as a poor man too because I left everything in Malawi, few years down the line I have started making it to the top and soon newspapers and media houses will be talking about me in the whole world. “
“Now you are even failing to buy a bicycle but you think you have wisdom to come on my page and teach me right? Are you not ashamed? What have you done with God? Or what has the bible profited you? Stop that nonsense. You can’t teach me, you are too young and too little, I know the people who can teach me but am sorry that person is not you,” posted Salanje.
Salanje believes his wealth is as a result of his hard work as a servant of God. He responded Grace Mizaya Muha’s comment on his relationship with God.
“You cannot serve God faithfully and remain the same for the rest of your life. Yes we have to suffer but the suffering must not go up to 20years. Who served God and remained in needy? No one. Now the bad thing is that if God can deny you now in this life, then He can deny you in heaven. Because what can be the interest of God to deny you here on earth and receive you in heaven?” explained Salanje and adding some pieces of advices:
“People must be careful with how they think about God. If your boss refuse to see you in his office, or give you the benefits at work, what makes you think he will receive you at his house and give you the benefits if you go there? People must stop thinking like children. The first thing God will do in order to show that he is happy with you is to bless you, nothing else,” answered Salanje.
But is being rich having many cars? Salanje responds.
“Yes to be rich is to have many cars apart from other things. Cars are luxury, check in the bible kings were known by how many chariots they had not how many houses. Everybody sleep in the house, but surely it’s not everybody who is driving. Some cars are expensive than houses. The money for one car you can buy two houses in Nyambadwe or in any other good area. If you can spend more on luxuries then you are truly blessed. I will be straight forward,” Answered Salanje straightforwardly.
The bottom-line is, don’t go to Salanje’s page to teach him if you have nothing. Well, seems the blessings are flooding to his children too as observed by his son Gift Salanje going by the name Iam Salanje on Facebook.
“Sunday after church things, only noticing now that I wore same colours with my car lol. This is really my baby. God can embarrass you with blessings. If you will only be willing and obedient, you will eat the good of the land. Isaiah 1v 19,” posted the junior Salanje.
Rewinding events, back to 2012, an artcle on Nyasa Times titled “Salanje eyes USA: Don’t call me Satanist when I become rich,” the man of God explained how he was to be one of the richest pastors in South Africa and that his dream was to go as far as USA. Could the dreams be coming ? Time will tell.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :