We’re in war situation – Adeboye

By Gabriel Ewawoche

Following the incessant killings, Kidnapping and various forms of criminal activities going on in the country, Pastor Enoch Adeboye described it as a war.

Adeboye who is the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, not comfortable with the current situation in Nigeria, noted that there was need to restore peace in Nigeria adding that peace is the absence of war, the absence of storm, peace refers to a permanent one.

Adeboye made this disclosure on Sunday during its monthly thanksgiving service, which also commemorates Nigeria’s 62nd independence and is monitored by our correspondent.

The clergyman was delivering a sermon titled, ‘Perfect peace in the land’, from II Chronicles 7: 13-14.

He noted that storms were in categories. According to him, times have gone by when traditional rulers were deified, and accorded respect, adding that currently they were arbitrarily kidnapped.

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He said, “In the olden days, except you are one of the special people, they don’t allow the king’s dress to touch you. But thank God.

“Now kidnappers can go to the palace to kidnap the king. We are in a war situation, let no one deceive you,” he said

While Prophesying the end in sight, Adeboye, stressed that God would bring an ultimate end, “What kings, soldiers can’t do, the Almighty God will do for you,” he added.

Adeboye also urged the people to cease criticising their leaders, maintaining that residents should instead pray for them.

He lamented that people have opted for condemnation instead of seeking solutions through intercession.

The General Overseer said, “Pray for the rulers, we have spent so much time criticising them. You should pray for them. I’m praying for them, I pray you will join me to pray.” he said

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