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Adeboye Enjoins Nigerians To Adjust For Sacrifices

By Itunu Ajayi, Abuja.    |   15 November 2015   |   2:20 am  
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General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, has called on Nigerians to adjust their lifestyles to make some sacrifices stressing that only Jesus Christ alone can resolve every knotty situation.

Pastor Adeboye made the assertions, weekend; during the 14th Abuja Special Holy Ghost service with the theme ‘In Christ Alone’ held at the campground of the mission in Abuja.

Taking the main scripture reference from Colossians 3: 9-11 and other relevant sections of the bible, he explained that Nigerians must be ready to make some sacrifices in other to achieve their desires noting that no higher level can be attained without sacrifices.

The pastor exhorted people not to profess their love to God by words of mouth only saying that they should show their love for God through their way of life and commitment to his work.

He disclosed that all it takes for miracles to happen is for Christ who is the word to speak a word into the situation adding that God is prepared to speak a word into the situation in Nigeria.



  • ukoette ibekwe

    When will these thieving prophets tell their followers that the kingdom of God is not of this world. Why do people who supposedly know God (christian) keep subverting the truth. The devil took Jesus to the pinnacle of the mountain and showed him the beauty of the world but Jesus refused to bow or accept the glory of the world and instead rebuked the devil.
    These are the preachers who do not waste a minute to ask their gullible followers for tithe.
    They live plush lives yet ask Nigerians to adjust.
    It is those in government and privileged positions like the pastor position to adjust their lifestyles for the good of the country not the people who have lived in penury from day one.
    What example are they showing, hypocrisy?

    • Meeday

      You obviously reall dont understand WORDS OF ENGLISH

  • Two by Two

    I you don’t believe in servants of the most high God, ask for grace to try fasting and prayer. I hope though that this is not a message from Aso rock telling Nigerians to prepare for the worst. Govt has different ways of informing the populace.

  • amador kester

    Nigeria,s problem is spiritual. The problem is not fundamentally economic. GOD endowed this nation with monumental mineral and human resources. What did we do with the billions of dollars? The problem is spiritual including african priblems. Psychic forces disturb africa

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