Amid Hardship, Expect Big Miracles, Adeboye Tells Nigerians
Pastor Enoch Adeboye

The General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Worldwide, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has appealed to Nigerians to trust God in the face of current economic hardship while ‘prophesying’ uncommon miracles in the days ahead. 

Speaking Sunday at the ministry’s monthly thanksgiving service, titled ‘Uncommon Miracles’ in Lagos, the cleric also also prayed for fathers, mothers, widows, widowers among others.

According to him, even though there are laws and policies put in place before some things can take place, when it comes to uncommon miracles, God has the prerogative to defy such laws and make things happen.

Adeboye noted: ‘Law of gravity does not hinder God from making things to happen, and when God wants to bless, no matter the policy put in place to determine such blessings, God has the capability to skip such.

‘These are the advantages those who trust the Lord enjoy.’

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He, however, said for Nigerians to receive uncommon miracles in other areas, they must appreciate God’s miracles of breathing, sleeping and eating.

The Personal Assistant to the General Overseer, Administration and Pastor-in-charge of Region 1, Dele Balogun, who said the RCCG, Throne of Grace carries out Christian Social Responsibility (CSR)every month due to its appreciation of the economic realities in the land, implored others to follow suit.

Africa Today News, New York reports that this is coming barely one week after the General Superintendent of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor William Kumuyi has come out to assert that he believes that God will use President Bola Tinubu to transform Nigeria.

He made this known on Tuesday in Osogbo, Osun State in preparation of the church’s Global Crusade beginning from Thursday.

Kumuyi charged Nigerians to forget the past, saying he believed this is a new day and “I believe; we all believe that we’re going to see new things for our country through our President and through the members of the cabinet.

Africa Today News, New York

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