What God told me when I lost my son – Pastor Yul Edochie



What God told me when I lost my son – Pastor Yul Edochie

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Yul Edochie, a popular actor turned pastor, has revealed the word he received from God when his son, Kambilichukwu, died last year.

Yul and May’s first son died in March 2023, months after he had a baby boy with his second wife, Judy Austin.




In an internet video, Edochie stated that amid a difficult time, God talked to him with words of encouragement.

The actor who recently established his ministry was urged by the Almighty to give praise in all circumstances because things could have been worse.

Furthermore, he stated that the voice who talked to him emphasised that he needed the suffering in order to heed his calling since he had job to accomplish.

Watch him speak:

Read some comments below….

moonwalking99; This is guy is suffering a mid life crisis. Completely seeking clout senselessly. What wasted career.

molly_nma_blessed; You were in pain yet 2weeks later you came back online dancing with Mrs Judy Obasi , that one even made a video thanking God and telling the world how much God love her…….. Finished man !! May, God will comfort you imagine this thing using your son’s death to make money.

amaka_fab; Ha! Father God, You see how this man is provoking Your child; You said to to bless and not curse but Onyewem, me and You know that Yul deserve swear, because how can he be using his child as clout? I will not curse him, please cure him of Judy, the disease is destroying him. Thank You God 🙏🏻

mr_bluegold; What if this man needs help and we are catching cruise with it? 3 go bad say Chairman colo and we no reason am😂

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