Daddy Freeze Calls Adeboye’s Prophecy Selfish, Calls for Prayers Focused on All

Daddy Freeze Criticizes Adeboye’s ‘Controversial’ Prophecy – 

Nigerian media personality, Daddy Freeze, has offered his perspective on a prophecy delivered by Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG).

Adeboye, in a now-deleted video circulating online, prophesied that individuals attending the Church service would soon have colleagues approaching them for food and refreshments.

He further predicted that these individuals would become the go-to persons within their families.

The Controversial Prophecy and Online Backlash

The video, initially shared on Pastor Adeboye’s handle, was later removed, triggering reactions from the Nigerian public. Many found the prophecy unsettling and questioned its implications.

In response to this, Daddy Freeze took to Instagram to express his disapproval of Adeboye’s prayers, labeling them as selfish and contrary to biblical teachings.

Daddy Freeze’s Critique: Prayers for Prosperity for All

In his Instagram post, Daddy Freeze, while acknowledging Adeboye with respect, criticized the nature of the prayers.

He argued that such prayers, focusing on personal prosperity, go against the biblical principles of prosperity for all.

Drawing a comparison with countries like Canada, Europe, and Japan, he suggested that their success stems from a collective approach to prosperity rather than individualistic prayers.

Biblical Reference Against Selfish Ambition

Daddy Freeze supported his viewpoint by referencing biblical verses, particularly James 3:16 and Philippians 2:3.

He quoted James 3:16 from the New Living Translation, stating, “For wherever there is jealousy and selfish ambition, there you will find disorder and evil of every kind.”

Additionally, he cited Philippians 2:3 from the New International Version, emphasizing the importance of humility and valuing others above oneself, discouraging actions driven by selfish ambition.

Conclusion: A Call for Collective Prosperity

In conclusion, Daddy Freeze’s critique highlights his belief that prayers for personal prosperity, as conveyed in Pastor Adeboye’s prophecy, contradict biblical teachings encouraging collective well-being.

His post urges a shift towards prayers that promote prosperity for all, drawing inspiration from countries that have prospered through a shared, inclusive approach.

The online discourse reflects diverse opinions on the role of personal and collective prosperity in religious teachings.

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