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Adeboye tells Nigerians that they should praise God no matter what


Pastor Enoch Adeboye, who is the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, has told Nigerians that they should praise God no matter what.

Adeboye said this on Saturday in Ilorin, Kwara State, while giving a sermon at the House of Prayer Assembly’s “YADAH 2022” 12-hour marathon of praise, worship, and thanksgiving.

The GO talked about the theme “Let all that I am praise the Lord.” He said that people would continue to experience different things in life, but that praise-worship and thanksgiving to God would always make things better, no matter what.

Pastor Nathaniel Adejumo, who is the Regional Overseer of the RCCG, delivered Adeboye’s message. In it, Adeboye said that even though the current situation in the country was hard and unpleasant for the people, it could be changed if the people gave praise and thanks to God.

He said, “People should know how important it is to praise God no matter what we are going through.” We should praise the Lord whether we are poor, happy, sad, sick, healthy, comfortable, or not. We should also praise the Lord whether the economy is good or bad. God never fails, and he has never lost a battle, so the battle may be hard. He wins after all his troubles.”

The GO said, based on Job 2:1 in the Bible, that Job didn’t do anything wrong except do what was right. God let the devil test Job, but in the end, Job won, and all of his things came back to him in double. He also said, “Life’s journey may not be easy, but we should still praise God.”

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“Keep praising the Lord and let the devil go crazy. In the end, you’ll put your enemies to shame. Everything that has been lost will be found again, and everything will work out for the best, because God has never failed. God will make things better. “We should praise the Lord by offering sacrifices,” he said.


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