In a recent interview with The Guardian, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), stated that Nigeria's security concerns will soon be a thing of the past.
According to reports, the well-known cleric mentioned as much in his monthly first Sunday address, which was broadcast live on the church's social media sites.
Adeboye declared in his sermon, titled "Divine Involvement," that "very soon, all acts of terrorism, all acts of banditry, all types of bad activities would come to an end." He went on to say that "very soon, all acts of terrorism, all acts of banditry, all kinds of evil deeds will come to an end."
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He acknowledged that, despite the fact that Nigeria is experiencing difficulties in some areas, the situation will improve as a result of divine intervention.
The Bible's Exodus 14:1-13 was used to support Adeboye's claim that "when God gets involved with a nation, He can fix a national catastrophe overnight."
"When God says anything, it is done. When He delivers a word of prophecy, you can be confident that it will be fulfilled as soon as it is broadcast."
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