It is a sad thing to everyone whenever a person dies and especially the death of a young person. It is even more painful when it is someone that many looked up to. Today it has be broken that Pastor Dare Adeboye, the son of the General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God, Enoch Adeboye, is dead at the age of 42. This must be such a sad moment for his family and the whole Christian society at large but as we Christians believe, he will be in a better place with God.
With that, I have drawn out two important lessons that can be learnt from the death of Pastor Dare Adeboye.
1) Even servants of God experience some sort of pain in life
It is said in the Bible that being a Christian, we should expect some trials in life. I believe this is a trial of faith in the lives of Enoch Adeboye and his family but I pray they hold onto God in faith and have hope that their son has only been called by God.
2) God's call of a man can be at anytime and so we should all be prepared
According to the news Pastor Dare Adeboye died while he was sleeping. This is a pointer that God can call anyone at anytime and so we should always be prepared by living Christ like lives.
I used this medium to sympathize with the family of Pastor Dare Adeboye. But I believe that God knows best. What is your opinion on this? Let me know in the comment section below. Thank you.
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