- Pastor Enoch Adeboye has inspired his followers with a story of how God used a young girl to feed him and his uncle in 1956
- The cleric said his uncle was poor but he was poorer than the latter who would always share whatever he had with him
- According to the man of God, they were both blessed with pounded yam, vegetable and chicken at a time they had nothing to eat
Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God has narrated how God intervened for him and his poor uncle in 1956 at a time they had nothing to eat.
The cleric, who took his followers down memory lane via his Instagram page, said he was poorer than his uncle and they would always share whatever the latter had.
He said they were very hungry on a particular day and there was no way they could get food. According to Pastor Adeboye, a young girl brought pounded yam, vegetable and chicken and said her sister sent her to give the food to his uncle.
Pastor Adeboye's uncle asked the girl if she was sure because he didn't know her sister, but the girl insisted.
"The girl insisted so we took the food and my uncle said he would look for a gift to give her some other time and she left."
When the girl left, the man of God and his uncle immediately devoured the food. The plate had already been left empty when the girl came back to say the food was not for Pastor Adeboye's uncle.
Praying for his followers, the cleric decreed:
I decree to you today, the miracle you don’t deserve, the Lord will send it to you this week."
In other news about holiness, Briefly.co.za reported on a young man who took the game of public marriage proposal to another level as he decided to create a spiritual aura around his.
He decided to pop the question while his bae and other people were in a heated prayer session. As the prayer went on, the man went down on one knee.
When the lady opened her eyes, she could not believe what just happened and ran away, perhaps in great excitement, as people asked her to come back.
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