Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has told the Christians not to cry over the death of his son, saying he is resting in glory.
Dare, 42, died in his sleep on May 4 in Eket, Akwa Ibom state.
The man of God stated this in a pre-recorded video played during the funeral service at the Youth Centre Redemption Camp on Tuesday, Adeboye said Dare is “resting in glory”.
“Cry if you wish but don’t cry for pastor Dee (as Dare is fondly called) because he is resting in glory. Cry because you are the one still fighting the battle. Anyone who has caught a glimpse of heaven will not be crying for pastor Dee because there is no comparison between heaven and earth. But then fight courageously because, on the resurrection morning, we shall meet again,” he said.
“I want you to know that God who knows the end from the beginning knew long before the foundations of the world that what has happened was going to happen. And because his word is forever settled, he said all things work together for good to them that love God. We may not understand now, but what has happened is going to work out for our good.
“In one of his sermons, Dare himself said God does not need a visa to pay you a visit or to do whatever he wants to do in your life.
“And I have told you before, death is not a function of age. Young people die, old people die, children die. And it is not about how long you live it is how well. Even Jesus Christ himself died at the age of 33. John the Baptist never lived to be 34 and yet he was the greatest.
“We have lost a champion. You would agree with me on that. Let us consider him a seed that we have sown and let’s get ready for a special harvest. I want us to join our forces together and produce many champions like Damilare that would go round the whole world and shake the world for the Lord Jesus. That is how we can honour his memory.”
Adeboye pledged to show greater interest in the youths ministry to which Dare had shown commitment.
Below is powerful message of Pastor Adeboye over son’s death…