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Covid-19: World ‘ll go on compulsory holiday – Adeboye

By Oluwaseun Sonde

The General Overseer of Redeem Christian Church of God RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye has said that at the beginning of the year, God told him that the earth would behave like a child having convulsions, that there was something extra God said that he didn’t share, this year, the whole world will go on a compulsory holiday.

He made this disclosure on his official social platform on Sunday while reassured all Redeemers to relax that no plague is coming near them since they have fasted for 50 days. He said those that have not fasted should do so now. He said the last time the world came close to this was 9/11.

“I thought it was going to repeat itself. I kept my mouth shut because I didn’t want to be seen as having info I didn’t share. Daddy wants to show the world that He’s still the One on the throne. “As soon as He shows to the world that He can shut down the whole world, He will remove the plague.

How long that will take I cannot tell you.So my children, enjoy this public holiday that God has given you. You may ask, why would God allow sickness? Is the devil not the author of evil? Yes he is, but God controls the devil”, he said.

He urged Nigerians to maintain strict hygiene even beyond COVID-19 that when God is done with what He wants to do, the plague will subside, but it will not totally go. “Someone did a research and found out that the number of people that have died from malaria is more than 5 times the number of those who have died from Corona virus. The reason why it is out there is because it is a noisy pestilence”, he said. He added that the governments have tried within human ability while he prayed that the Lord God Almighty will bless them all.

“The compulsory holiday has already started in the major nations of the world, especially those who boast in what they can do. “Don’t be surprised at those who are mocking prayers, just pray for them because they’re mocking the One who answers prayers. Don’t get angry at them, just pray for them”, he said.

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