The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, (RCCG), and Pastor Enoch Adeboye has appealed to his friends, children and supporters to support him in the completion of the 3.3km Arena of the church in Simawa, Ogun State.

The arena which was earlier billed to be used for the just concluded convention is yet to be completed due to lack of enough funds.

“The new arena is yet to be completed because there is no money. I believe that all the people who promised big money will show up one day.

“For the first time in my life, I almost became a beggar. I have never asked for offering online. I don’t know how to do fine barer, it is just circumstances beyond my control,” Adeboye explained.

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He appealed for more support for the project stressing that God will keep multiplying the needs of his children and they will become his divine treasurer.

The general overseer was optimistic that the new arena will be available for use by December, noting that “God provides for the work”.
He urged Nigerians to keep hope in God alive and trust him to meet all their needs.

The programme tagged All Sufficient God attracters worshippers from 188 countries featured bible teachings, business seminar, prophetic ministration, melody hour, prayer, and ordinations of new deacons, assistant pastors, full pastors and graduation ceremony of Bible school students.

The large crowd of worshipers included the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, Benue State governor, Deacon Sam Ortom and his wife, Ondo State Governor, Olusegun Mimiko, the Speaker of Ekiti House of Assembly, Pastor Kola Oluwawole and traditional rulers.

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According to Adeboye, God is more than sufficient for material, emotional and promotional needs, and is able to save until the uttermost.

He said that there is nothing too hard for God to do and if only people can trust him and keep hope alive, he will do the impossible in their lives.

The Nation



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