- According to Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the end of the world is closer than most Christians think
- The RCCG general overseer said that the end may come even before the next big event of the church
- The well-known Nigerian cleric, therefore warned Nigerians to avoid all sorts of evil practices
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Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has warned his congregation to get ready for the end of the world.
Delivering a sermon on Friday, August 7, Adeboye told Nigerians and other Christians that the world may come to an end before the RCCG's 68th Annual Convention of the church, which is the next big programme of the church, PM News reports.
The famous Nigerian cleric, therefore warned Christians to be careful in all their ways and avoid all dark activities.
He also said that since the lives of everyone is in the hand of God, he alone has the final say on when a person will breathe his or her last.
Adeboye said: “The Lord may return before we have another convention. I don’t know when Jesus may return, but if any of you fails to make it to heaven, it will not be because I didn’t tell you the whole truth. God can be wonderfully angry.
“Watch your steps those of you who are playing games with the all-seeing God. God is angry with the wicked every day."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that condolence messages were still pouring in for the family of a former Nigerian beauty queen, Pastor Ibidunni Ituah-Ighodalo, and the latest to express his sympathy was Adeboye.
The man of God took to his official pages on social media to react to the death of Ibidunni.
In a post shared on his verified Instagram page, Adeboye noted that hearing the news of Ibidunni’s death was really saddening. He, however, noted that the deceased clergywoman was in a better place.
"Hearing the news of @ibidunni_ighodalo ‘s demise was really saddening but I know that she is in a better place right now," Adeboye said.
The RCCG pastor went on to pray for the family of the deceased and her husband, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo.
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