Pastor E.A Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, has explained reasons why he does not reply his numerous critics, saying as an ambassador of Jesus Christ he only prays for his critics.
Speaking on a topic titled: “Under a new management” at the ongoing Holy Ghost Congress, the man of God who has come under unwarranted criticism in the new media, told the growing number of worshippers at the Redemption Camp, said he always have the full backing of God and that is why he always refused to drag himself in the mud with his critics.
According to him, as an ambassador of Christ on earth, his “defence and security are embedded in God. Anybody Who is attacking the ambassador of Christ is only asking the Consuming Fire to fight his enemies.”
Adeboye, who began the deliverance service leading the congregation that included the PFN National President, Rev. Felix Omobude, his General Secretary, Apostle Emmanuel Kure and other national officers of the Fellowship, to pray for the fire of God to fall and consume all yokes of the devil.
If you are a Christian, you have been delivered into the Kingdom of Light and have automatically insulated from any form of harm because such is an ambassador of the Kingdom of God, emphasizing that there is a permanent separation between you and the Kingdom of darkness.
In his words: “An ambassador does not need to defend himself because his defence comes from his head of state. In the same manner, Christ ambassadors have their defence in God.
“People do ask me why I do not fight back when people criticise me. I only pray for them. Anybody who is attacking the ambassador of Christ is only asking the Consuming Fire to fight him.
“When a mad man sees fire, he turns away. Have you ever seen a mad dog enter fire? Do you know one of God’s name is Consuming Fire? If you challenge the God of Fire to a contest you will be burnt,” he warned.
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