Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has said that he would have been dead if not for God’s mercies.
Speaking over the weekend at the Redemption Camp in Lagos as he marked his 77th birthday, the revered cleric said: “But for God, I won’t be alive today. But for God, this would have been a memorial service.
While urging the people to help him chant hallelujah, he said there is no need for them to find out the details, but to keep praising God.
“It is not all testimonies you can share in public. You share some of them, people would wonder.
“I remember telling some of my children some moments ago that a certain General Overseer visited me not too long ago and he began to share all that God had done in his ministry and I kept on saying ‘wonderful, praise God, Glory be to God.’
“After about one hour, he said; ‘Daddy, I am the only one talking, you have not said anything. And I told him, Sir, if I tell you everything God has been doing for me, you will say God is partial. And that’s why some of us can’t say it all.
“You have to keep some of them. But there is one particular point that I must make this morning, I won’t give you the details, but for God, I won’t be alive today.
“This would have been a memorial service. But for God! Will somebody help me shout Hallelujah.”