By Olusegun Obisanya

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has disclosed that Nigeria’s wealth is in wrong hands.

The revered televangelist spoke during the monthly January 2024 Thanksgiving Service.

Themed “Supernatural Enlargement” held at RCCG national headquarters, Throne of Grace Parish, Ebutte Metta, Lagos, the service attracted the high and the low; the rich and poor; kings and subjects.

Customarily, the occasion was also used by the church authorities to carry out her Christian Social Responsibility (CSR) to the needy and vulnerable who usually throng the venue on such day.

In his sermon, Adeboye added that wealth would change hands in the country.

The RCCG General Overseer said: “Don’t let anybody tell you money is not in this country just that it is in wrong hands.

“This year, wealth will change hand. Wind is going to blow on the Naira”.

Citing the story of the biblical King Solomon and his encounter with God, admonished Christians to worship God massively, seek wisdom to serve Him and stay connected and repositioning will happen.

To the saints Adeboye said: “Long before the end of this year, you will know that you are on the mountain top. Some will start the year as nobody but before the end of the year, they will be somebody.

“If you do anything you can to serve God, He will not only reposition you, He would lift you to the mountain top.”

He therefore encouraged everyone to serve God wholeheartedly this year to enjoy the wealth of this country.

Responding to questions from journalists after the thanksgiving service, the Assistant General Overseer, Administration/ Pastor-in-charge of Region 1, RCCG, Pastor Dele Balogun noted that divine enlargement follows due process failure which there is nothing to reap.

Balogun said: “So, we should not turn God to father Christmas or to magician. There are things we must do; we must work very hard, we must embrace change, we don’t have to totally depend on white collar job when there are things you can do and make ends meet.”

He added, “If we are ready to do that and then call God to support what we are doing, I’m sure there will be a change for better,” just as He instructed Isaac to not migrate to another land. He obeyed God’s instruction and was blessed by Him.

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