SOUTH Africa-based Apostle K attracted a crowd of youth at a luncheon church service he hosted in Harare on Saturday.
Many watched proceedings through windows as the Saved With Grace and Glory (SWAGG) Church venue was packed.
Apostle K delivered a sermon in which he urged the youths to be proud of themselves and avoid drug and substance abuse.
He encouraged them to adopt a positive attitude and work towards success.
Apostle K also offered to provide pre-marital and general counselling to parents and guardians and their children, promising that they would experience changes in their lives.
“God so loved the world and gave his Son that whosoever believes in him should not perish, but have eternal life,” said Apostle K.
“His son Jesus Christ had disciples and among the 12, he loved some that he gave them an opportunity to see his glory on a mountain.
“Young people are loved by God in the same manner if we all give our lives to Christ Jesus.
“You will shine like a diamond among other youths and you will prosper during your youth.
“Let us all, as youths, avoid abusing drugs and substances for us not to perish, but have everlasting life.
“Christ Jesus is the real bread, real food that if we continue to feed on his word, we will never lack anything during our time,” he said.
Apostle K emphasised the need for youths to have a positive attitude and lion-like spirit of victory.
He narrated his background working as a gardener in a foreign land and urged them to tap the anointing of success from him.
“Time has come for the young generation to move away from night clubs and drug abuse to a better place where angels look after them.
“Have the hunger and zeal for God, with that you will see the goodness of being in the house of God.
“You will notice the difference, you will put on nice clothes, eat the best food, wear expensive perfumes and look good.
“Be the CEOs of companies, bless other people from the sweat of your labour, be innovative, creative, own companies, shine like stars during your youth in order to attract heavenly intervention,” said Apostle K.