The General Overseer, Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye has said every forces laying a siege in Nigeria shall be disappointed. Saying any form of crisis that has a beginning must surely come to an end.
He made the declaration during February Holy Ghost Service held virtually on Friday entitled “God Bless You Part 2”.
According to him, sooner than later, terrorism will be forgotten in Nigeria. in all other nations of the world.
Speaking through Genesis 1:28, Hebrews 7:1-3, Adeboye said the lesson to learn today is that whatever has no beginning has no ending. This means that anything that has a beginning must have an ending.
“Any form of crisis that has a beginning must surly come to an end.
“In Job 1:6-13, the beginning of the crisis in the life of Job started. In Job 42:10, God turned the captivity of Job and returned to him double.
I don’t know the kind of crisis you have, in the Name that is above every other name every crisis in your life will end tonight.
“This gives me hope for my nation Nigeria because terrorism has a beginning, it will come to an end.
1 Samuel 17:1-51, the Bible tells us that Goliath terrorised the Nation of Israel for forty days but one day the terror that started with one man ended when the man lost his head.
“I can say with all confidence that sooner than later, terrorism will be forgotten in Nigeria. In all other nations of the world where there are terrorist, l want you to have hope, it had a beginning, it will end.
“2 Kings 6:1-33, 7:1-20 tells us that no matter how long a siege may last, it will have an end. In the Name that is above every other name, every evil force that is laying a siege in your family will be put to an end tonight. Every force that won’t let you move forward shall be defeated. Every force laying a siege in our nation shall be disappointed.
He further encouraged Nigerians to have boldness that end will come to all frustrations facing them.
“I have told you stories and stories of how God comes through for me, l remember when we were building in the 1983, one of the workers came to me to collect one thousand naira, l didn’t have the money, l heard him grumbling. I reported the matter to God and in less that two hours l gave him the money and didn’t have to leave the office. Is God still able to provide something out of nothing?
When the lockdown came for the first time in my forty years as General Overseer I didn’t know where l will get the money to pay the salaries of my staff, the God who provided the one thousand l needed in 1983 still came through in 2020.