Easter: What Adeboye told Christians


General Overseer (G.O) of the Redeemed Christians Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, on Sunday urged Christians to continue to pray so as to emerge victorious in trying times.

He said just as Jesus Christ conquered death on the cross of Calvary, Christians must also work towards overcoming tribulations.

Adeboye gave the advice during a sermon he delivered at the RCCG national headquarters in Ebute Meta, Lagos, to mark Easter Sunday.

He said that every Christian’s greatest sacrifice was x-rayed on Good Friday which marked the sufferings, passion and death of Jesus.

Adeboye, however, urged Christians to be steadfast and emerge victorious during pressing circumstances; same way as Jesus when he rose from the dead.

“Let us enforce victory over every situation that is going on in our country as we celebrate the risen Christ” he said.

He urged all Christians to be bold and perceive every trying situation as a “horse” which could be divinely used in obtaining victory.

Adeboye urged the congregation to engage in the proclamation of the gospel of Christ on earth, and herald his resurrection.

The revered cleric also offered special prayers for the country.


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