- Pastor Adeboye has encouraged Nigerians to expect miracles
- He said the dream-like miracles will turn their lives around
- According to him, Nigerians must be ready to work towards such miracles before they can receive them
The general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has released a fresh advice to Nigerians across the country.
Pastor Adeboye said Nigerians should expect dream-like miracles that will turn their lives around.
Speaking at the dedication service of the RCCG region 19 headquarters, Acme in Ikeja, Adeboye said citizens must be ready to work towards such miracles before they can receive them. He acknowledged that those who received dream-like miracles were either visited by God or God passed by and branched at their houses.
Adeboye, who mentioned Solomon in the bible as one of the people who had dream-like miracles, said he did what no one had done unto God which made God do what no one had seen before for him.
“When you go through the scriptures, you will notice that all those who got dream-like miracles either invited God to visit them or God was passing by and they opened the door for him to come in," Pastor Adeboye said.
Also speaking, the Lagos state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, urged members of the congregation to rededicate their lives to God’s service, urging them to continue praying for the peace and unity of the country.
Represented by the state’s head of service, Folasade Adesoye, the governor said: “I want to congratulate the pastor and the members of Region 19 Dominion Sanctuary, on the dedication of the sanctuary. It gladdens my heart to be a part of this dedication in which I have the grace to serve as a worker.
“The theme of today’s dedication, Dream-like Miracle, is taken from Psalm 126: 1-3; this dedication, therefore, should be a reminder for us as Christians and workers in the vineyard of God, to rededicate ourselves to His service."
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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that Pastor Adeboye had visited the Ooni of Ile-Ife, Oonirisa Adeyeye Ogunwusi.
During the visit, the man of God sat on the highest royal chair belonging to the king of Ife while the Ooni took the lowest seat.
The king, NAIJ.com gathered took the decision in a bid to showcase his belief that God is greater than all kings.
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