In 2015, God Says Ebola Will Die, Insurgency Weaken -Pastor AdeboyeLatest News, News Thursday, January 1st, 2015
Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer, Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has given Nigeria and Africa hope for the New Year as he said the dreaded Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) will finally die this year while insurgency will highly weaken.
Adeboye spoke at the Cross Over Night at the Redemption Camp, Kilometre 46, Lagos – Ibadan Expressway, Ogun State, to usher in year 2015.
According to him, “God says Ebola will die out in 2015. God says insurgency will be considerably weakened all over the world this year. God says there will be many scientific and medical breakthrough, particularly in the areas of lack of sleep, dream and brain disorder.”
Adeboye added that God asked Nigerians to pray against massive calamities and massive earthquakes, strong hurricanes and tycoons in some part of the world this year.
He also has good news for those who fasted for 40 days last year, saying that God said such people would be full of testimonies and that those who had none before would have some this year.
“God says some will swim in the river of abundant this year. God says there will be miraculous completion of projects this year. There will be fulfilment of dreams. There will be miraculous restoration this year and the songs of many will be that the Lord has been good to me,” he stated.
The man of God challenged RCCG members to fast and pray for 40 days this year beginning from tomorrow, explaining that, this year, “all you need is to charge up your battery by fasting for 40 days only. Those who will fast continuously for 20 days and night will have covered the 40 days. Those who will be fasting once at a time, if you miss one day, you will repay it with two days.”
Adeboye said on the nation, since this is election year, he would unfold what God told him, but simply said “by the end of this year, many will say all is well that ends well. Because this is an election year, I will not say anything more than this.”
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