Pastor Adeboye has released a crucial prophecy a few hours after his son’s burial.
News Online reports that the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, on Tuesday, May 11, hinted at plans for the church after his son’s death and burial.
Bereaved Pastor Adeboye, News Online understands noted that death is not a function of age, adding that even Christ Jesus himself and John the Baptist died young.
The famous Nigerian cleric in a tweet on Tuesday went on to state that nothing happens on earth as a surprise to the sovereign God who does as he pleases.
Also, Adeboye said Dare’s death, which he believes is a seed sown, should be a source of encouragement to Christians because great things are about to unfold.
Quoting a statement made by his late son when preaching in one of his sermons, Adeboye said: “God does not need a visa to pay you a visit or to do whatever he wants to do in your life. He does not need your permission.”
Speaking further on his loss, the pastor said: “We have lost a champion; you will agree with me on that. But them, let us consider a seed that we have sown, and let’s get ready for a very special harvest… I want us to join our forces together and produce many champions like Damilare.
“Let’s produce thousands of Pastor D who will go round the whole world and shake the world for the Lord Jesus Christ.
As a matter of fact, that is how we can really honour him and honour his memory.”
He declared that both members of his congregation and Christians should get ready for great things which are about to happen both in their individual lives and in the church on earth.
His words: “My beloved children, I have good news for you: mighty things are about to begin in our individual lives, in our families, in the Redeemed Christian Church of God and in the body of Christ. Mighty things are about to begin.”
Until his death, Dare was a regional pastor with the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in Akwa Ibom state.
We lost a General but we didn’t loose God. One man down, we regroup and advance !https://t.co/pJkBZMfWEd
— Pastor Adeboye (@PastorEAAdeboye) May 11, 2021