Evangelist Mike Bamiloye took to his Facebook page to render one of the testimonies of Pastor Enoch Adeboye, popularly known as Daddy G. O, which emphasizes the essence of humility
He had said in a testimony: “Something happened after Lekki 98; one of the biggest programmes that we ever had. The whole of Lagos was paralysed because of the programme.
“People walked kilometres to the venue and back. Fortunately, the programme was also transmitted by radio, so those who those who couldn’t get there listened to it on their radio. It was a fantastic programme!
“After the programme, I returned to the Redemption Camp and soon proceeded on a prayer walk to thank God: “God I bless Your Holy name, what a wonderful thing, etc.”
“It was between 2a.m. and 3a.m. when He spoke. I heard him say clearly, “Son, bend down.”I did that quickly because, you know, I was in the jungle. You never can tell; a witch could have been flying past.
“And then he said, ‘Draw the figure of a man in the sand.’
“I drew the figure of a man: zero for head, one line for the body and two lines for the leg and so on. You know that kind of drawing.
God said, ‘Stand up.’
“I did, but by then I was afraid because I knew something serious was happening.
He said, ‘Wipe out the figure you have drawn with your leg.’
“I wiped it out.
“And He said, ‘Son, if you ever forget who your boss is, I will wipe you out and nobody will even remember you came to the world.
That was what He told me. So, I smile when I hear people say, ‘He’s a very humble man. How can a man be so successful and be so humble?” You think I want to be wiped out? As they say in Nigeria, “You think say I dey craze? Me I no dey craze at all o.”
When you allow pride to creep into your life, you know what you are asking for? “To be wiped out.’”
– DADDY G. O