A Bible verse is cited by Pastor E.A. Adeboye to demonstrate that God was the first to throw a bomb.

A Bible verse is cited by Pastor E.A. Adeboye to demonstrate that God was the first to throw a bomb.During the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Online Sunday Service, Pastor E. A. Adeboye, the General Overseer, gave a provocative sermon titled “For Whom The Heavens Open (Part 47)”. Using a passage from Joshua 10 to support his claim that God was the first to launch a bomb, Pastor Adeboye quoted the Bible in his sermon.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Pastor Adeboye began by acknowledging the depth and complexity of Joshua 10, suggesting that a verse-by-verse examination could easily extend over a month.

“We have been on this series for 47 weeks, and we still have one or two more discussions before we move on to another series,” he noted, emphasizing the richness of the biblical narratives they were exploring.

He recounted the events in Joshua 10, where surrounding kings, upon hearing that their neighbors had formed an alliance with Israel, decided to preemptively strike.

“All the remaining kings ganged together to attack those who had made a league with Joshua,” Pastor Adeboye explained. In response, the besieged allies sought Joshua’s help, prompting divine intervention.

Pastor Adeboye highlighted God’s reassurance to Joshua: “Don’t worry yourself; I will take care of the situation. I will fight for you.” This divine promise set the stage for a remarkable demonstration of God’s power.

Pastor Adeboye pointed out that as the enemies of Israel attempted to flee, God intervened in a dramatic fashion. “Bible said God began to smash their heads with rocks thrown from above,” he explained, illustrating that God was effectively the first to “throw bombs” in this biblical account.

He also reminded them of God’s sovereignty and the lengths to which He will go to safeguard those who are faithful to Him.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>