Adeboye urges Nigerians to return to God

adeboye-rccggThe General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Pastor Enoch Adeboye, yesterday urged Nigerians to return to God so that the country can overcome its challenges.

Adeboye, during the inauguration of Redeemed Men’s Fellowship (RMF) of Region Four of the church in Ilorin, Kwara State capital predicted a brighter future for the nation but with a caveat that it should first embrace the path of righteousness before the manifestation of the honour and glory.

At the event held at Region Four Headquarters, Sabo-Oke. Ilorin, the clergy, represented by the South West Coordinator of the RMF, Pastor Dele Balogun, said: “We all need to go back to God in Nigeria. This godly move must start from all men who are the heads of each family. When we are sincere with this step God will in return bless us as a nation.

“It is the will of God that every man will know Him. We must serve God with all our heart, soul and body. Despite the arduous responsibilities in the modern world, we should know that the place of service to God has not and will never be abolished.

The Pastor in charge of Region Four, Ezekiel Afolayan, said he would ensure that the men in his region turn themselves into a model for others to emulate in the nation.



4 Comments
  • omoagbala60

    Nigerians have also been with God, only the so- called shepherds left the Lord for private jets and at the beckon of our oppressors and looters. Just ask your fellows pastors and direct your sermons to them; they need redemption more than their flocks.

    • ADER DELE

      Well said there is a lot of money going on in the congregation that even you have to take bribe to be recorn with in the churches now a days, all the tithe & offering is now invested in stock exchange, building schools with exorbitant fees so that the common members can`t send there kids to, building hospitals for the supper rich members & the founders or so called G.O. is been reffered to as deputy God.

      • rotex44

        Thanks for saying the truth.

  • girling

    After you, Baba! You first!

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