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Pastor Adeboye Distributes Miracle Handkerchiefs

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  1. Admin

    Admin Administrator

    Millions of people from several countries and all walks of life flooded the Redemption Camp of the Redeemed Christian Church of God at the peak of the church’s Holy Ghost Congress on Friday, as Pastor Enoch Adeboye blessed more handkerchiefs for the congregation.

    Although the Congress continues on Saturday (today) with Holy Communion and Anointing Service, Fridays of the weeklong Congress, are considered the climax, recording the highest attendance.

    The completed sections of the Arena, the church’s three-kilometre-by-three-kilometre auditorium, as well as the three-million-seater old auditorium packed full with excited and expectant worshippers on Friday.

    It is estimated that over eight million people participated in the programme at the venues and through viewing centres across the world and online.

    Among the millions of people at the Arena were Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and Lagos Governor Akinwunmi Ambode.

    There were also delegates from over 30 countries, including the US, UK and other European countries as well as Thailand, Costa Rica, Georgia, Honduras, UAE, Chile, India and Mongolia.

    Africa was highly represented by many countries, as well as various churches in Nigeria, including RCCG parishes. An excited delegation from Indonesia thrilled the congregation with foot-stomping gospel songs.

    As usual, the evening session kicked off with prayers, praise and worship, and continued at various stages during the programme, which also featured ministrations of Pastor Joe Imakando from Zambia, Rev Joe Olaiya from Kaduna, and former President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor.

    The special prayer of the night was led by Folu Adeboye, the wife of Pastor Adeboye, who is also a pastor and one of the pillars of the church.

    She prayed for peace and progress of all countries, including those rocked by crisis, and for good leadership at all levels.

    Recalling the prophecy for the Congress, which is singing songs of victory, she prayed for countries around the world to be blessed with new songs to sing. She spiced the prayers with songs of praise and faith which were joined by the congregation in a solemn atmosphere.

    Pastor Imakando, who gave the first talk of the night, spoke on the topic, “The Lord of Hosts,” assuring the congregation that the Lord, who is almighty, fights the battles of those who belong to him.

    “So do not panic,” he said. “Your battle is the Lord’s and he is happy to lead it if serve him.”

    Listing common battles as health, career, relationship and financial challenges, he led the congregation in prayers through all of them one after another.

  2. akatalady

    akatalady Well-known Member

    One day, they will start distributing miracle atm machines to you will donate instantly. Nigerian pastors are becoming more desperate. Spit!!
  3. akatalady

    akatalady Well-known Member

    Daddy Freeze is my Man of the Year In Nigeria.
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