Deeper Life Bible Church members around the world are in mourning following the death of Pastor Samuel Udo-Mbang, the church’s National Overseer to Swaziland (Eswatini).
On Sunday during church service, Udo-Mbang reportedlywhile preaching from the pulpit.
As a result of his passing, the church is lamenting the loss of another God’s General as its members respond to the news of his passing.
According to Deeper Life Global Crusade Nationwide, “Good night Pastor Samuel Udo-Mbang, National Overseer of Deeper Life Bible Church Swaziland.
“He slumped on Sunday while preaching. God can take His servants or any believer any time, and anywhere He chooses. It is a case of earth’s loss and heaven’s gain.
“May the Good Lord comfort the family and the. Brethren, we need to take good note and prepare, God’s Generals are trooping home. We don’t know who is next.”
A member of the church, Chukwudi Emmanuel wrote, “May the Almighty God console his immediate family and the entire church in Jesus mighty name, amen.”
Another member, Olajide Abraham added: “My feelings are with his family, well wishers and the church of God.
His call to glory is a win and not a loss for us. I pray the Lord will Comfort everyone.”
Getty Ewa said: “So sad, while he was in Nigeria, he was my Pastor under Oron region, by then l was just a student midwife at Ouita General hospital Oron. Please our pastor should be giving consideration in their consistent medical check ups and distance for the service of God. Rest on Dad..”
Nwanneka Orjiekwe lamented: “Chai! May God comfort his family and the entire missionary church for “blessed are the dead who died in Christ Jesus.” Welcome home God’s general.”
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