Nompumelelo Nkabinde glorifies the Lord for her provision. She lived a life of prostitution, and depended on drugs for 15 years. She came to Unity Fellowship Church in December 2015, and she received the Lord Jesus Christ as her Lord and Saviour. The Lord delivered her from the life of prostitution and drug abuse. She was rejected by her family, and she had nowhere to go because of her choice to follow Christ.

Some people would encouraged her to go back to prostitution because they saw that she did not have money and she was suffering, but she stood her ground and decided not to go back to prostitution. She failed to make ends meet at times, but she never sold her body for money ever again. She trusted upon the Lord with her situation. By the grace of the Lord, Nompumelelo and her daughter were taken to an orphanage in Krugersdorp by the Social Workers.

Since October 2016, Nompumelelo had been submitting her CV to a certain hypermarket regularly, but they did not call her. She attended the Impartation Night Prayer on the 2nd of June 2017.During the service, her body started vibrating and she was ushered to the altar. While she was at the altar, Pastor Mukhuba in her preaching said that the church congregants must call out their names, for their names shall be great, and their CVs will be visible and be placed first on the lists. Nompumelelo shouted her name saying that her name shall be great.

During the Pentecost Sunday on the 4th of June 2017, she offered an Isaac offering from her child’s grant as she was believing the Lord for her breakthrough. While she was at the altar with her offering, Pastor Mukhuba declared that they are going to be very busy because the Lord is blessing their lives. On Monday the 12th of June 2017, Nompumelelo took her CV to the same hypermarket. Three days later, the hypermarket manager called her for an interview on that day. She was interviewed and she signed the contract the same day. She started working on the 15th of June 2017. Nompumelelo was determined not to backslide and the Lord rewarded her patience.

She thanks God for delivering her from the life of prostitution, drug abuse and also blessing her with a job. She does not know what would have become of her if the God of Pastor Mukhuba did not rescue her. As a child of God, you do not need to depend on boyfriends, “blessers” or sleep around in order to survive. You only need to trust in the Lord and you will never be covered in shame.