Don’t invest all your money, use some to ‘chill’ before you die – Renowned Ghanaian pastor, Eastwood Anaba Advises
Reverend Eastwood Anaba, the founder and leader of the Fountain Gate Chapel International, has counseled hardworking men and women to spoil themselves silly and not to focus about investing all of the time.
The premise of the man of God’s latest lecture to his congregation was that once in a while, one should take time out of his hectic schedule and spend lavishly on oneself rather than saving money all the time and dying without enjoying it.
He claimed that God himself frowns upon misers, implying that one must chill from the fruits of one’s labors, lest others spend on his behalf once he is gone.
He stated, “
“Listen, when you plant a business, eat the fruit. Don’t use all the money for treasury bills because you will die for fools to spend all your money. Eat well, travel with some of the money and stop being a miser.”
“You are always sowing a seed. God does not sow only a seed, he gives bread to the eater. Anybody who is sowing seed but he’s not eating, he’s betraying the goodness of God. It’s not a matter of only building a house, build a house and dwell in it,” he continued.
The preacher stated that those who do not spend their money die a wretched death, implying that those who do not spend their money suffer a miserable death.
“that box you are keeping, your Uncle is waiting for you to die, they will cease it from your wife.”