Following a little while of quietness, Pastor Enoch Adeboye has at long last opened up on the passing of his child Pastor Oluwadamilare Adeboye, which came as a hard hit to the Adeboye family and the Redeemed Christian Church of God.
Minister Oluwadamilare Adeboye who instrumental in the exercises of the congregation supposedly passed on in rest on May fourth, 2021. He was 42 years.
Responding to the downfall of his child, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church portrayed the passing of his child as a seed that has been sewn into the establishment of the congregation to create enormous gather for the congregation and the whole collection of Christ.
While tending to his attendees who have been colossally strong to him and his family during these difficult occasions, he offered his genuine thanks and appreciation to the Nigerian people for the love shown him and his family in their snapshot of preliminary.
‘I want to thank you all for your show of massive love. I want to let you know that we are all loved by God and because of that, we are more than a conqueror.
‘I want you to know that God who knows the end from the beginning knew from the foundation of the world that what has happened will happen. What has happened will work for our good as families, individuals, and for the church of God as a whole.
God is sovereign, he does as he pleases in the course of heaven. Dare himself said God does not need a visa to pay you a visit or do whatever he wants to do in your life. He is the Commander in Chief.’
‘You don’t command the Commander in Chief. Nobody ever says no Lord. Whatever your Lord says, the answer is yes Lord. When you obey when it is convenient for you, that is cooperation, when you obey when not convenient it is submission. In living, in dying it is yes Lord. It is not how long you live but how well. Jesus died at 33, John the Baptist never lived to 34 and he was the greatest man born of woman as said by Jesus. We have lost a champion, but then let us consider him a seed.
“Let us consider him a seed that was sown. And let us get ready for a special harvest. The reason God sowed the Lord Jesus as a seed is so that he can become the firstborn of many brethren.
I want us to join forces together and produce thousands of Pastor Dee. That is how we can really honour him and honour his memory. The Church of God is marching on, the gates of hell cannot prevail.
The devil was rejoicing the day Jesus died on the cross, but “if he had known what is coming, he would have left Jesus alone.
The devil was rejoicing when Job lost all he had, but if he had known, he would have left Job alone. Mighty things are about to begin in our individual lives. Mighty things are about to begin.”
“I recorded the message of the Sunday that had just passed before the incident happened. And I said in that message that for every examination there will be promotion. The tougher the examination the bigger the promotion.”
Our strength is not small. We are marching on. Cry if you wish to, but don’t cry for Pastor Dee. Cry because you are the one still fighting the battle of life but fight well.
Keep on praying for my wife and I, the widow of Dare, the children, and pray for yourself that you will finish well and finish strong.”