Pastor Bimbo Odukoya’s Reward
(A divine fiction dedicated to the memory of Late Pastor Bimbo Rosemary Odukoya)
by Bayo Omoyiola, Jr
I saw heaven open and I saw the Lord standing at the right hand of the Father to welcome Pastor Bimbo Odukoya. His eyes were as a flame of fire and his glory shone as the sun shining in its fullness. I saw the Lord smiling at her with a satisfaction suggestive of the fact that he was pleased with her brilliant performance on earth.
Pastor Bimbo was clothed in a sparkling white linen and she was accompanied into the throne room by two mighty angels of God. I looked at the Lord and I saw him holding a golden crown of glory. It was beaming with brightness and glory.
As she drew closer to him, he reached out to her and announced to his company: “This is my beloved daughter in whom I am well pleased. She pleased me well on earth; “Therefore I am going to reward her.” Then he reached out to her and crowned her with the golden crown in his hands and said – “Come thou blessed of my father into the inheritance prepared for thee for I was a hungered and you gave me meat; I was thirsty and you gave me drink; I was a stranger and you took me in; I was naked and you clothed me: I was sick and you visited me; I was in prison and you came to me.
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