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General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG,
Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye recently revealed how God used a
witch to stop him
from eating kola nut which would have led to his death if he did not
stop the act.
Narrating his experience while delivering a sermon tiled: “God Loves
Me” during the annual thanksgiving service and prophetic declaration
at the church national headquarters, Throne of Grace parish in
Ebute-Meta, Lagos, Pastor Adeboye attributed his continued
survival to God’s faithfulness, and love, saying those whom God
loves are more than conquerors.
In his words: “I was telling my children that whenever we wanted to
study at night while we were young, we used kola nut as our own
coffee as we did not have money to buy coffee. We ate the kola nut
to stay awake.
“One day, the number one self confessed witch in our compound,
called me and said: “Dejare, why won’t you stop eating kola nut?
The witch warned me to desist from what can lead to my death. I
think God spoke through the witch and I can say God loves me,”
Continuing, the cleric said: “You are alive today not because you are
clever, wise or know how to do it but simply because God loves you.
There are lots of people who are in the prison who are free. I was at
the Kirikiri Prison where I heard testimonies that brought tears to
my eyes. Some of them said they were in prison but they are free
men because they have Jesus; they were incarcerated but they are
And there are people who are outside the prison who are prisoners.
“It is because God loves you that you are able to conquer all that
the devil threw at you last year. Left for the enemy you, will not be
here today but because God loves you, you are more than
conqueror,” Daddy G.O. said.
Adeboye then admonished Christians that God expects those He loves
to respond by honouring Him with their tithes and first fruits and
love their neighours, noting that the greatest gift Christians can
give their neighbours is introducing them to Christ.
Also speaking, the Assistant General Overseer to G.O. on
Administration and Personnel, Pastor Johnson Odesola, said it was
high time government did something to ameliorate the incessant orgy
of violence in southern Kaduna often leading to killing of innocent
citizens and destruction of properties before it escalates to the type
of Boko Haram problem the nation is nursing today.
He said: “This was how the problem of Boko Haram started and the
government felt it was a small thing until the sect became a thorn in
the flesh of Nigerians.’’