Opinion by Bishop Dave Chikosi
Speculation has been rife on blog sites and elsewhere: Where is miracle money coming from? Is someone creating or manufacturing money? If so then they are in violation of the State’s (US in this case) power and right to issue and retire legal tender. They are messing with the monetary sovereignty of a nation and should therefore be investigated, prosecuted and thrown in the cooler.
But before people get too excited I urge that you think through this matter with me for a minute. Most Bible readers are familiar with the concept of “wealth transfer” promised in at least four places in scripture. The other mention is that of the Exodus where God supernaturally moved billions of dollars’ worth of precious stones and clothing from the hands of Egyptians into those of Ancient Israel. It is supernatural when you knock on someone’s door, demand all of their precious possessions and have that person hand it over gratis, with no fuss or fight.
Miracle money is part of that promised great wealth transfer. To effect such transfer it is not necessary for anyone to privately print money. Doing so is illegal and Christians, let alone Church leaders should not be involved in illegal activities.
But what is happening with miracle money, dear friends, is what I have coined (no pun intended) “divine income redistribution.” This is based on a promise that God made to His people in the Old Testament (and by extension His people in the New Testament):
“I will give you the treasures of darkness and the hoards in secret places, that you may know that it is I, the LORD, the God of Israel, who call you by your name (Isaiah 45:3)”
God would give His people “treasures of darkness and hoards in secret places.” There is a lot of buried, hidden treasure on this earth everywhere you go. There are a lot of secret hoards that evil men are withholding from the economies of various countries around the world. It’s hurting those economies.
But God knows where all this loot is stashed. Some of it is stuffed in mattresses. But there is a whole lot more hidden in basements and underground vaults.
Let’s distinguish this kind of evil currency hoarding from the legitimate type. Some people legitimately hoard currency because they are in the currency speculation business. Others, like some housewives, simply don’t trust modern banking systems. They trust the mattress more than the financial institution around the block. And so they stuff all their money in mattresses. These are not the targets of the wealth transfer of which we speak.
There is another bunch of currency and mineral hoarders that God will hit hard financially even as we head towards the end times. This bunch consists of drug dealers, bank robbers, pimps and prostitutes, porn kings, alcohol and tobacco merchants as well as corporate thieves. (I would throw in, for good measure, tax evaders and alimony dodgers). All these will not be spared financially in these last days. They are going to go bust and their kingdoms will disappear overnight. God is going to shake their little financial kingdoms:
“Once more I will shake not only the earth but also the heavens.” The words “once more” indicate the removing of what can be shaken so that what cannot be shaken may remain. Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us be thankful (Heb 12:26-28)
Contrary to popular interpretations, God is not shaking the true Church. The Kingdom of God cannot be shaken. What is being shaking are the financial trees of this world. And whatever material and financial wealth falls out of these trees when they are shaken has been ordained by God to redound to the benefit of His children.
King Solomon understood this eternal principle. He said:
“To the man who pleases Him, God gives wisdom, knowledge and happiness, but to the sinner he gives the task of gathering and storing up wealth to hand it over to the one who pleases God” (Eccl 2:26).
What the ungodly is busy manufacturing, building, gathering up and hiding in secret vaults in the basements of their houses will eventually end up in the hands of God’s children. Miracle money is one way God does it.
What God simply does is send His angels to go fetch the hidden wealth. Remember that angels are “ministering spirits sent forth to minister to those who are heirs of salvation” (Heb 1:14). One of their major assignments is to take care of God’s people. God knows where these unscrupulous men have hidden the money, diamonds and gold that rightly belong to the nation collectively.
How much diamonds and gold in Zimbabwe are in the hands of unscrupulous men? How much of it is hidden or stashed in secret vaults? I couldn’t tell you, but my guess is a lot – probably running into hundreds of millions. All that wealth is not benefitting the national economy. It’s earning zero percent interest as long as it remains out of circulation.
Miracle money supernaturally moves all such wealth back into circulation. Unlike the evil men mentioned above, recipients of miracle money will spend it (usually immediately after church) and they will bank some of it. Either way this should make the Finance Minister and the Reserve Bank Governor happy.
Miracle money is a boon, not a bane to the national economy. The two are by no means strange bedfellows. The prophetic and the political can, and should coexist for the benefit of us all.
Miracle money is not unique to Zimbabwe. The phenomenon has been seen in USA too. David Herzog, a prophetic evangelist, gives the account of a church he once preached in. After the service the ushers started counting the offering. They couldn’t finish counting! The money kept increasing supernaturally.
Mr Herzog and others have seen instant weight loss of up to 70 lbs in church services, hair restoration, teeth replacement etc
Here is another clip of supernatural transportation