Ms. Claudia Sikhakhane is a child of Unity Fellowship Church and she is praising the Lord for what He has done in her life. She had resigned from her previous company in 2017 after they gave her options to either relocate and work in the Northern Cape or to resign if she chose not to relocate. She chose to resign because she did not want to relocate, and she had been unemployed and searching for a new job since then. She would also bring her offerings at the altar and her prayer request would be for God to bless her with a job. A friend of hers then referred her to apply for a certain position at the company where that friend works. Ms. Sikhakhane applied for the job and she was invited to be interviewed. She was successful at that interview and they told her that they would call to tell her when to start working. Ms. Sikhakhane waited for about a week for that call and she decided to enquire about the position after a week had passed without receiving it. She was then told that the HR officer requested her to first buy her a bottle of whiskey. Ms. Sikhakhane refused to do so. She chose not to sell her salvation to get a job by bribing the HR officer because she knows that bribery is wrong as taught at Unity Fellowship Church by the Servant of God Pastor Mukhuba.

She continued to trust upon the Lord for an employment opportunity. Then another company invited her for an interview on the 24th of October 2019. She attended that interview and she was successful. She then had to do two assessments which were made up of theory and practical. The theory was to be completed in a day and the practical part was to be completed in a period of four days. She did the assessments during the week of the War Against Witchcraft Night Prayer in the first week of November 2019. The Servant of God Pastor Mukhuba encouraged the church to embark on three days straight fast in preparation for the all-night prayer. Ms. Sikhakhane also partook in that period of prayer and fasting. The company then terminated the contracts of five other people who were undergoing the assessments with Ms. Sikhakhane on the 1st of November because they were unsuccessful, but Ms. Sikhakhane was given another chance though she was also unsuccessful. She did the assessment again on the 4th of November 2019 and she was still unsuccessful. The company then sent her the termination contract to sign but they gave her yet another chance to try again on the 18th of November 2019. The Servant of God Pastor Mukhuba then declared that the people who had failed previously should go back where they had failed and try again because they would surely succeed. Pastor Mukhuba made that declaration during one of the services at Unity in November 2019. Ms. Sikhakhane believed in the words of the Servant of God and she went back on the 18th of November 2019 to redo the assessments, and she was successful. She was then appointed, and she is due to start in that company on the 2nd of December 2019. She is grateful to the God of Unity Fellowship Church for the provision. Glory be to God!

Secondly, Ms. Sikhakhane received a call informing her that she had unclaimed funds with the provident fund. The funds were accumulated at her previous job at the bank in 2011. Ms. Sikhakhane was not aware that she had to claim for the provident fund at that time. She is very grateful to the Lord for the power of offering and for the revelation of those funds. The Lord is our Provider, glory be to Jesus!