Pastor E. A Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has spoken out on the diabolic allegation laid on him.
The cleric during his sermon on Sunday, July 16th, noted how he heard reports making rounds that the sources of his powers are from demons in Redemption Camp.
Speaking on it, the clergyman stated that rather than reply to the man, he chose to pray for him as he has committed an unpardonable sin.
Pastor Adeboye noted how when one gives the Glory meant to God to demons, hë or she has committed an unforgivable sin.
He cited examples in the bible to back up his statement, as he reemphasized that he is praying for the peddler of such rumor.
“Recently I heard that somebody was talking that Pastor Adeboye is getting the power he uses from demons at Redemption Camp.
People asked me if I wasn’t going to answer him, but I said we should be praying because this man is committing an unpardonable sin.
When people begin to give the Glory of Jesus Christ to demons.
When you hear a person say such, you should pray for him for such a person”.
I was mocked when my son died – Pastor Adeboye
Last year, Pastor Enoch Adeboye claimed some people mocked him when he lost one of his sons last year.
The cleric revealed this while preaching during the 70th Annual Convention of the church along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.
Adeboye said God carried him when he was in the saddest period of his life in May 2021 after the death of his 42-year-old son, Dare.
He said, “Some of you have heard this before: when I was in the saddest period of my life, with so many questions and I know that even in my deep sorrow some people were still laughing at me, I got a text from one of my daughters.
“All she said was: ‘Daddy, let God carry you’. And that put an end to any problem; it ended my sorrows. It renewed my faith.”
Dare, the third child of 80-year-old Adeboye died on May 4, 2021, in Eket, Akwa Ibom State, where he was based with his family.
Married to Temiloluwa, the deceased was the Assistant Pastor in charge of Region (Youth) 35 before his death and father to three daughters.