If you are the richest person in the group, you should walk on from friendships and relationships, according to popular clergywoman Funke Felix-Adejumo.
Pastor Funke remarked this recently while preaching at a church service. When people learn they are the best or wealthiest, she believes they should leave their group of friends and seek out wealthier people to befriend.
She claimed that individuals become what they are continually looking at, hence it is preferable to associate with wealthy people.
Read her words below,
“Joseph befriended wealthy prisoners. Butler, bakers, connected prisoners, even in the prison. Some of you, you are the best person in your group. Wake up. That group should expire tonight. You are the richest among your friends, when you sit on the table, that relationship has expired. Move on. Befriend wealthy mentors. You may not like that nose. It doesn’t matter. It is not their nose you came to look at. It is what they are. You look like what you look at.
There is one man called Okeowo. There is one man called Okoya. His wife…whether she is the 15th wife, it is not my business. God has a way of saving them. I am look at them and see dignity, see royalty.
We’ve become engrossed in the church’s applauding. All we do on Sundays is cause traffic jams.”