The General Overseer, Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye has said there is still hope for Nigeria, despite the numerous challenges confronting the country.
Adeboye, while addressing over 50,000 faithful during a conference organised by the RCCG, First Born Family at the Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos, said Nigerians should not be discouraged because of the economic and other challenges the country is facing currrently.
The cleric said God’s purpose and intention for the development of the country is still intact and would soon come to pass “if we continue in prayers and remain committed to Him.”
The cleric also emphasised the need for all the ethnic groups to continue to live in peace and unity, saying: “The challenges confronting the country are not beyond what God can handle.”
In another word of exhortation, one of the organisers and Special Assistance to the G.O on Missions, Pastor Brown Oyitso said Nigeria coul not be worse economically and socially than what it is at present before God would intervene “what is needful of us is to continue to pray and hope in the Lord.”
Source: The Guardian