Reno Omokri Pastor Adeboye’s Prayer for Israelis

Former Presidential aide, Reno Omokri has taken a swipe at Pastor Adeboye after he shared a video of him praying for Israelis over the ongoing war with Hamas terrorist group in Gaza Strip, Palestine. In a post shared on his X handle, Reno wondered why the clergyman failed to pray for Palestines as well. He stated that if he were a Palestinian and he saw the video of the clergyman, he would sink further into despair.

General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Pastor Enoch Adeboye reacted to the ongoing Israel-Hamas war, saying all members of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG worldwide stand with the people of Israel.

Pastor Adeboye stated this in a video clip posted on his verified X handle on Wednesday.

It is my prayer for all our brethren in Israel that the Almighty will grant you absolute peace from now on in Jesus name.

The cleric, who noted that his prayers are with the people of Israel, said, “Hello my beloved brothers in Israel, I want you to know that we are praying for you, that all members of the Redeemed Christian Church of God all over the world are standing by you at this critical moment.

“The almighty God, the only one of Israel, will give you absolute victory and give you permanent peace from now on in the mighty name of Jesus.

“It is my prayer for all our brethren in Israel that the Almighty will grant you absolute peace from now on in Jesus name.

Reno’s post reads;

‘’But, sir @PastorEAAdeboye, what about our brothers and sisters in Palestine? A greater percentage of Palestinians are Christians than the Israeli population. Half a million of them, to be precise. Doesn’t the Bible, in Galatians 6:10, ask us to first show love to members of the household of faith before others? Perhaps they may feel abandoned that your message did not even mention them. If I were a Palestinian and saw your message, I would sink into further despair.

Acts 10:34 says God does not show partiality. But sir, are we not being partial when we pray for Israel and ignore Palestine? Perhaps it is an oversight. Sir, I have been to Palestine. I will not wish their condition on my own enemy. They are God’s children, too. Don’t they deserve our love and prayers and every possible non-military support we can rouse to alleviate their tremendous human suffering?’