By Emegwoako C. Paschal
Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, has stated that God has not yet told him whether the country will hold elections next year.
With only three months until the 2023 general elections, campaigns by various political parties and candidates have gained traction.
The revered cleric made the claim on Friday, November 4th in the church’s redemption camp while ministering at the church’s monthly program dubbed “Holy Ghost Service.”
Addressing his congregation, Adeboye bemoaned the state of the nation and stated that he does not intend to scare anyone, but that God has not revealed whether or not the 2023 general elections will take place.
In the midst of the yet-to-come prophecy from God, Pastor Adeboye added that he is a pastor and not a prophet, that he prayed for anyone who comes to him asking for prayers, and that it is God who decides what happens after he prays.
“It is my responsibility to pray.” I pray for everyone who comes to me for help. It is up to God to decide what will happen.”
Adeboye read from 2 Chronicles 7:13-14, charging Christians to always remain prayerful while urging them to pray to God to heal the land, during his sermons on the event’s theme, “Let It Rain.”
He went on to say that rain is a symbol of hope, restoration, and divine favor, noting that rain is associated with blessings, God’s pleasure, fruitfulness, and divine supply in the spiritual realm.