Pastor Adeboye Shocks Everyone As He Talks About His Impending Death


The annual Holy Ghost Congress of the Redeemed
Christian Church of God (RCCG) ended with cold
biblical references by the General Overseer, Pastor
E.A Adeboye about death which left his audience in
cold shock.

Millions of worshippers in attendance roared in
disapproval as Pastor Adeboye, hinted at his
possible passing.

The one-week programme ended on Saturday,
with a three-in-one service, comprising anointing,
communion and impartation. Ministering on the
transfer of anointing, Adeboye said he would not
be too young at 73 to go back to his creator. He
would be 74 in March.

He was explaining why the transferred anointing is
always more potent than the index case, using
Moses and Elijah as examples. Using the scripture,
Adeboye pointed that where Moses, who got his
anointing directly from God failed, Joshua, who got
his fire from Moses, excelled.

He also cited the case of Prophet Elijah who
performed 7 miracles while Elisha who got his
anointing from Elijah when God was taking him
away, performed 14 miracles.

Adeboye equally explained that the beneficiaries
got the transferred anointing when their masters
were about passing away.

He said he would anoint his wife and other very
senior pastors who, in turn, would anoint other
pastors, from where the worshippers would
experience their own anointing fire.
After the explanation, he looked at the
congregation and said:

“you may be wondering if I am about to go. Will it
be too early for a 73-year-old man to die? If I go
now, who will say it is too early? “

At this point, the worshippers, who were at the
beginning rejecting his passing in a murmur,
roared their disapproval loudly from all the four
corners of the new auditorium.

Smiling, Adeboye added, “I am not too young to
die.” Again, the crowd screamed their disapproval.

He later calmed everyone down, saying:

“okay, it is not now (I’m not dying now).”
To which the crowd roared a thunderous “Amen.”

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