Olusegun Bamgbose Explains Why God Did Not Reveal Death Of Dare To His Father Pastor Adeboye
Olusegun Bamgbose, National Coordinator of Concerned Advocates for Good Governance (CAGG), explains why God didn’t tell Dare’s father, Pastor Adeboye, about his death.
Pastor Enoch Adeboye’s son, Dare, passed away yesterday at the age of 42, and his last birthday video surfaced on the internet shortly after.
Mr Olusegun Bamgbose told DAILY POST that the passing of the young man who followed in his father’s footsteps in gospel practice is a painful one.
He went on to say that Pastor Adeboye is a beloved soul to God, which is why his son’s death came unexpectedly in order to escape a situation where God would not be able to reject his appeal to save him.
Normally, no father wishes for such a thing to happen. He said, “This is without a doubt an auspicious time for the family he left behind.”
“Having his son follow in his footsteps is a source of great pride, but he sadly passed away before his father and mother. It’s excruciatingly painful.
“However, I would respectfully request that my mentor take heart; there is no need to mourn or lament because Pastor Dare is already in Heaven.
“In accordance with God’s will, he was called home. God never showed it to Pastor Adeboye because He is God, and if He had, God would not have been able to resist Pastor Adeboye’s pleadings for his son to be spared.
“God has a special place in his heart for Pastor Adeboye because of his modesty. 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.