REVEALED: Why God did not reveal the death of his son to Pastor Adeboye

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The National Coordinator, Concerned Advocates for Good Governance, CAGG, Olusegun Bamgbose, has stated why God did not reveal to Pastor Adeboye about the death of his son, Dare.

Recall that Dare, the third child and second son of Pastor Adeboye, died in his sleep at his residence on Wednesday, in Eket, Akwa Ibom State.

Last year, during the 42nd birthday of Dare, Pastor Adeboye described him as the miracle child.

Bamgbose, who described the death of Pastor Dare as sad and shocking, stated that God did not reveal it to Adeboye because He (God) can’t resist the pleas of the popular cleric.

He said: “Ordinarily, no father prays for such occurrence. This is no doubt an auspicious time for the family he left behind,” he added.

“It’s really a thing of pride to have his son taking after him, but unfortunately he left before his father and mother. It’s so painful.

“I will however with all humility ask my mentor to take heart, no need to sorrow or weep, Pastor Dare is already in Heaven.

“He was called home in accordance with the will of God. God never revealed it to Pastor Adeboye because He is God and moreover, God may not be able to resist the entreaties of Pastor Adeboye for his son to be spared if He had revealed it to him.

“Pastor Adeboye is a man dearly loved by God because of his humility. In 1994, I attended his crusade in Ibadan, where he surprisingly prophesied the emergence of a South West person becoming the President of Nigeria, to be sincere, I doubted the prophecy.

“Eventually the prophecy came to pass 5 years after, that was in 1999, Olusegun Obasanjo was elected President. May the Lord console him at this critical time,” he said.

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