In 2010, I began a prayer walk after I set foot in a corrupt government revenue agency, where I was assigned as auditor. In 2013, I was promoted to supervising
In 2010, I began a prayer walk after I set foot in a corrupt government revenue agency, where I was assigned as auditor. In 2013, I was promoted to supervising auditor. I was hesitant, covered with fear and anxiety, because of the danger waiting.
Yet as a Christian, I have to stand in the gap and accepted the job. Like Queen Esther, who chose to obey and talked to the king, if I perish, I perish. And like Gideon, even with only 300 men, I will fight. God shielded all of them, giving them success and lifting them up to show His glory.
I consider my work as state auditor a ministry, even if my life is endangered daily because of my findings that the newspaper publishes, the subpoenas I receive to be a witness, and the invitations given by legislative bodies to be a resource person for anomalous inquiries. I know God covers me like an eagle with His wings, and millions of angels surround me.
LORD, help me fulfill my responsibility so that I will be a light and salt in the dark and decaying world.
Maria Theresa Yamboa
State Auditor V, Commission on Audit, Quezon City
Haggai inspires me to share the Gospel with the next generation auditors and train them with integrity and honesty.