Life In Nigeria Has Become Unbearable – Pastor Adeboye

Life In Nigeria Has Become Unbearable – Pastor Adeboye

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Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG)

World respected cleric, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), on Saturday, May 7, 2016, said that life in Nigeria has become terrible and therefore called on all Nigerians to pray for God’s intervention in the affairs of Nigeria.

He said prayer has become necessary so that things will get better and people begin to recoup their losses.

Nigerian Tribune reports Adeboye saying God has earlier in the year warned that the economy of the country would get worsened before it becomes better.

Adeboye, while leading prayers calling for God’s intervention, said “Yes, it has been terrible. But from now, let things get rapidly better. We thank you Lord for warning us in advance that things will get worse before they get better.

“But we your children are now saying, Daddy, enough is enough. From now on, let things get better speedily and continuously. Help us, oh Lord.

“We are crying to you by faith tonight to say, in this nation, there will no longer be fuel scarcity. No more hunger. No more pain. No more tragedies.

“If only because of those of us your children who are calling you, in our nation, let things get steadily better.

“God told us at the beginning of the year that things will get worse in Nigeria before they get better. Yes, it has been terrible. But from now, let things get rapidly better.”

Adeboye spoke when he led thousands of faithful in prayers during the monthly Holy Ghost service attended by the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo and held at the Redemption Camp, Kilometre 45, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

Although the Daddy GO, as he is popularly called, did not mention the Fulani herdsmen/farmers frequent clashes resulting in several deaths, he tasked the congregation “to pray with anger and violence” that the wrath of God would descend on those killing innocent Nigerians as well as kidnappers.

He said enough blood had been shed in the country by “evil and wicked people”, calling on God not to spare those behind the dastardly attacks but rain down his fury on them all.

“Whatever we bind on earth is bound in heaven and whatever we loosened here on earth will be loosened in heaven. Bible scholars even say whatever we allow on earth will be allowed in heaven and whatever we disallow on earth will be disallowed in heaven,” he said.

“From now on, anyone planning to shed innocent blood all over this country, send down your fire and consume such people. Our own weapon is prayer. From now on, let them know any rest so that they will repent and be saved.


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