All will be well, Adeboye tells Nigerians

Date: 15-12-2010 2:05 am (13 years ago) | Author: Yetty Ness
- at 15-12-2010 02:05 AM (13 years ago)
General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has said that Nigerians and the country will witness a great transformation in the socio-economic, political and industrial sectors of the economy.

Adeboye spoke on Monday night at the commencement of the 13th edition of the RCCG’s Holy Ghost Congress at the Redemption Camp, along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

The revered cleric told the congregation at the opening service of the one-week congress that there was the need for Nigerians to turn to God and live godly life in order to benefit from God’s blessings. He urged the worshippers to avoid immorality, ungodliness, violence, corruption and unwholesome practises that might portrayed the individual and the nation in bad light.

Adeboye said, “All will be well,” echoing the theme of this year’s HGC which attracted attendees from many countries of the world.

He said, “This congress is a very special one. The Lord has assured us that whatever you may have gone through or be going through right now, things are about to turn out beautifully for you. All you need to do is believe the Lord and trust in His word. He is ever faithful to perform His word.

“All will be well because my daddy told me so. God has told me specifically that all will be well.”

Assistant General Overseer of the RCCG, Pastor Ezekiel Odeyemi, said Nigerians should thank God for democracy, adding that the country was progressively improving on its democratic practices.

The President, Living Faith Church Worldwide, aka. Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo, said peace was essential for God’s transformation. He urged Nigerians and the entire worshippers to avoid violence and acts capable of creating violence and threatening individual and societal peace.

“There are great people with great turbulence. There are great people with great crisis. Great peace is in God through His Word. The more connected we are to the Bible, the more profitable living becomes,” Oyedepo said.

The opening session of the 2010 HGC was witnessed by many delegates and attendees from different countries and the congress continues till Saturday.

Posted: at 15-12-2010 02:05 AM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac