|The late actor|
As posted on Facebook by Evangelist Mike Bamiloye:
in the morning of Tuesday, the day he passed on , I had a strange dream
and saw us on a very large film location . I saw many drama ministers
there including my wife and some of members of my ministry. Then
suddenly, there was this famous hymn being sang all over by all of us
with beautiful orchestration. It was being sang in Yoruba and it was too
” A o pade leti odo
Odo Didan Odo Didan naa…”
” We shall gather at the river”
I woke up singing the song and I told my wife of the strange dream.
And I kept singing the song in my heart thru out the day. At a time I began to wonder why I kept singing the song.
Later in the evening of that day, We were in a car coming from
film our location when I received a call that Our Dearest Brother, a
Drama General Evangelist had gone HOME on his bed in the afternoon.
“A DRAMA MINISTER CAN NOT DIE .
WHEN YOU ARE SEEING HIM BEFORE AND YOU DONT SEE HIM AGAIN,
HE HAS ONLY FINISHED HIS ROLES
ON THE STAGE AND HAS GONE TO THE BACKSTAGE TO REST WHILE THE DRAMA CONTINUES BY THE REST DRAMA MINISTERS.”
There are few strong and visionary drama ministers who have lost the
count of their appearances on diverse film locations. ONE OF THEM WAS
PASTOR DAVID KOMOLAFE, (Komoo).
He WAS ONE OF THOSE DRAMA MINISTERS WHO HAD LABOURED SELFLESSLY ON DRAMA MISSIONS AND FILM LOCATIONS.
His exit from the Stage of Life might be a very painful one, But He was
called Home to rest from all his labours after finishing his roles in
the Drama of Redemption of Man and Edification of the Body of Christ.
WE THAT ARE LEFT ON STAGE, LET PLAY OUR ROLES WELL BEFORE WE ARE CALLED TO THE BACKSTAGE.
Like the Beautiful Hymn that was sung in my strange dream:
“WE SHALL GATHER AT THE RIVER!”