*Pastor Adeboye Heftily Warns His Enemies*

Pastor Adeboye Heftily Warns His Enemies.

Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has delivered a dignified caution to critics those who criticize, mocking and ridicule him, warned them to tread with caution due to potential dire consequences.

While addressing congregation at the monthly Holy Ghost service themed “Shielded by Fire” in The Redemption City, Pastor Adeboye conveyed his message with a blend of humility and divine assurance.

Conceding his own perceived insignificance and frailties, Pastor Enoch underscored the unassailable power of the God he serves, describing Him as a “consuming fire.”

The centre point of Pastor Adeboye’s admonition cannot be divorced from ongoing llcriticism from various public figures, including celebrities and media personalities, with respect to some of his controversial statements.

He further highlighted the paradoxical nature of divine selection, affirming that God often chooses the foolish, weak, and insignificant to ensure that He alone receives glory.

He added further that the call to prudence resonated deeply during the anointing service, where attendees were reminded of the biblical principle that God’s chosen vessels, despite their earthly vulnerabilities, are protected and empowered by divine force.

Following spreading of Pastor Adeboye’s sermon in various social media, it is likely to spark further discussions on the interaction between religious authority and public scrutiny, reiterating the delicate balance between freedom of expression and respect for spiritual leadership.

While addressing audience, Pastor Adeboye stated, “If Paul, who wrote more than half of the New Testament, claimed to be less than the least of the saints, according to Ephesians 3:8, Pastor Adeboye is nothing”.

“However, his God is everything. Listen to me carefully, Adeboye is one stupid boy and I would prove it to you before I close, But his God is wiser than the wisest. Adeboye is weak, he eats pounded yam and goes to the toilet. But his God is stronger than the strongest”.

”Adeboye is nothing but his God is the All-sufficient God. So there is nothing spectacular. There is no big deal if you mock Pastor Adeboye. He deserves to be mocked”.

“The word of God made it abundantly clear. Anyone that God will use must be weak, foolish, and a nobody, so that only God will take the glory. So you can mock Adeboye, but you must not mock his God. Why? Because Adeboye is nothing, there is nothing he can do to you. But his God is a Consuming fire.”

Pastor Adeboye continued with a series of questions, addressing various issues and urging caution against hasty judgments.

He also conveyed serious concern about the economic challenges facing Nigerians, calling for prayer and divine intervention.

Pastor Adeboye said, “If I am not such a ‘stupid’ boy I would have asked God how worse things would get before they get better. I did not ask. So, you see how stupid a boy I am. All of a sudden we saw the Naira going down. I never knew the Naira would go so bad. I know nations who got independence at the same time as Nigeria whose money is like 10,000 to a Pound.”

  1. Adeboye’s devine remarks signify the importance of spiritual discernment and humility in navigating challenges and controversies, while also advocating for prayer as a means of seeking divine intervention in national affairs.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *