“…but you believe in rain-makers & rain-holders” – Femi Adebile schools critics of Adeboye’s ‘winter’ testimony

The Director of Fejosbaba TV, Evang. Femi Adebile a.k.a Fejosbaba has reacted to a video clip of Pastor E.A Adeboye that triggered reactions among netizens as he speaks on how God stopped winter in Colorado, USA just for his sake.

A viral video that made it round online some days ago captured the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) disclosing how he had a programme in Colorado, USA and being a person who doesn’t like cold, he asked God to take control.

Pastor Adeboye noted that upon arriving in Colorado, USA, God miraculously suspended winter and ushered in Summer and he enjoyed his stay without having to deal with cold weather.

Adeboye further stated that immediately after he left Colorado, USA, the snow hanging in the air began to fall. The disclosure subsequently generated a lot of reactions from netizens who appeared skeptical about the pastor’s assertion.

Reacting to this via his Doctor Truth’s Facebook Page, Femi Adebile said there is nothing wrong if one decides not to believe in miracles because ‘miracle’ is one of the words used in ‘Kingdom language’ and everyone is not meant to understand it.

In his words; “When we talk about kingdom, there is a language that not everyone will understand, and that is why I stopped fighting people who said they don’t believe in tithing and seed faith.

We call them ‘kingdom words’, not words of the world, so you can’t understand. If you don’t believe something, find rest! What is all this babbling? The man of God said he prayed.

You don’t believe in miracles; that is the problem. If you were alive when Jesus Christ was on earth, you would also not believe in the fact that people touched the hem of his garment and they were healed; he prayed for the lepers and they were healed; he sent the word; people believed, and they had their deliverance.

If you don’t believe in Jesus or miracles, go and find rest. In fact, if you are a child of God, a Christian, and you believe in Jesus but don’t believe in miracles, go and find rest. But you believe in rainmakers;

you believe there are people that can make rain fall and it will fall and you believe there are people that can hold rain too but you don’t believe our men of God can do that.”

Femi Adebile further shared his testimony of how he also stopped rain that wanted to disturb a crusade he organized and how God miraculously helped him complete a journey he embarked on with almost no fuel in the car he boarded. SEE THE VIDEO OF PASTOR ADEBOYE’S TESTIMONY BELOW