Stop fighting government, pray for them – Pastor Adeboye tells Nigerians

Pastor Richard Adeboye has admonished Nigerians not to take to the street in protest against the parlous and disturbing state of nation.

The cleric gave the admonition while addressing journalists at this year’s Halleluyah Mega Praise Night, Season 2 with the theme, ‘Dominion’, held at the Shimawa High School, Ogun State.

Adeboye is the pastor-in-charge of Region 12 of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.

He instead implored the struggling and impoverished masses to pray for President Bola Tinubu, the 36 states governors, ministers and others elected officials for Nigeria to overcome its challenges.

“There is no nation like Nigeria. The fact that we are still surviving is a symbol that God has created this nation in a very unique way and very soon, we shall shout victory at last,” Adeboye said.

“Nigerians should stand in the place of responsibility, because I have this philosophy that every possibility of God is compelled by the responsibility of man. Let’s do what we’re supposed to do.

“Let’s move closer to God. And let’s believe in God and whatever we need to do physically, let’s do it. We’re not saying we should protest or fight against the government. We have done that in the past, we didn’t win the battle.

“The Bible says that the heart of the king is in the hand of God. If only we could talk to God that put them there, I believe things will change and very soon, it will change for the better.

“My message to our leaders is that they should recognise the one that actually put them on the throne. We should stop fighting our leaders. The role of the church is to preach righteousness and establish integrity. If the world sees that what we preach is what we are doing, I believe it will go round and it will be contagious, and very soon, everybody will be affected,” he added.

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