As a Child,I Told My Mother I Will Become Bishop Someday  – Pastor Adeboye 

General Overseer r of Redeemed Christian Church of God in Lagos.,Pastor Enoch Adeboye has revealed how he prophesied his journey  into vine yard of God even as a child .
The clergy recalled that in 1951 ,he had told his mother  that his dream was to become a Bishop when he grew up .
According  to him his vision and  determination was born out  of miraculous  encounter with a certain bishop who visited  the community st that time .
Though, Adeboye did not reveal the identity of the bishop who influence him ,he however gave glory to God for actualising  his dreams .
He said ” I think it was 1951, the Bishop came visiting Ifewara and as a result of what happened that day, I told my mother that when I grow up, I am going to be a Bishop. Thirty years later, I became General Overseer. In 1985, I went to South Korea and I went to a mountain, a prayer mountain. People came from all over the world to pray there. I said to God “one day there will be a prayer mountain in Nigeria, where people will come from all over the world to pray”. Thirty years later, God opened Mount Carmel in Ifewara.
” Today, people come from all over the world to pray there because unbelievable miracles are happening there. Then about some weeks ago, God reminded me about something that happened about 40 years ago. I preached a sermon at Camp Young Ede, the title of the sermon was “the Fourth Dimension”. God reminded me of it all of a sudden, I had forgotten so I began to contact those who were there if they had the tape.
” They couldn’t find the tape. I had to go to my Father in heaven, you never forget, could you tell me what is special about that particular sermon. He said during that sermon you prophesied that a day will come and a lot of people will gather, you will come out from your prayer room and they will all have their special requests and you will just wave your hand and all their requests will be granted” Adeboye said

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