Solomon Akomolede was a top medical student, and one of the best in his department, but he left his studies for a closer walk with God.Akomolede said he became born again when he was in primary 2, through his class teacher, and that his supernatural experiences had started at the young age.
“I experienced a complete change. I experienced inner peace and I began to have consciousness of God’s presence. “I also began to know things supernaturally.”
“It was after I got saved that I discovered that I had the gift of prophecy. So being young did not make any difference in my salvation experience,” he said.
Akomolede, in the interview said he had good grades in his secondary school exams, and was performing excellently in his studies, with a first class grade but had to abandon all.
He revealed how his decision was fueled by the death of his father in his second year, the incident which he regretted could have been stopped if he “knew God more.”
Read more: https://selahgisthub.com/2020/07/15/how-a-year-five-u-i-medical-student-abandoned-studies-to-yield-to-gods-call/
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