“God Revealed Something To Me About Coronavirus amid Omicron Fears” – Pastor Adeboye

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The overall boss of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, recently disclosed what God spoke to him about Coronavirus pandemic and Omicron fears when he prayed

According to his statement on the annual Holy Ghost Congress, the general overseer said God assured him that the virus would not murder Nigerians, that only those whose time to exit the earth will be affected and killed.

Adeboye continued that those who were full of predictions that majority of African will loose their lives to the pandemic are already disappointed by God.

Adeboye said:

“Whether you believe it or not, failure to pray is a sign of pride. The highly developed nations of the world believe that they have all the technologies and resources, and they can take care of themselves. Then an enemy showed up. An enemy they cannot see.

“And they looked at Africa without money and resources and predicted that we will be dying like chicken. But they left out one parameter, and that is God. They left out that there is still a group of people who in their helpless estate still lift up their eyes to God and say ‘God help us’.

“I said it in January 1 this year, I was telling them the government has done very well in fighting coronavirus, an enemy we can’t see. I said don’t be careless but don’t be afraid because there is a God who can see the invisible.

“When this coronavirus broke, I cried to God and Daddy answered me. God spoke to me specifically and said, ‘Son, I have heard your cry. Only those whose time has come will die’.

“I heard the number of people who die by snakebite every year is about 2000. That means in two years averagely 4000 people die by snake bites. coronavirus has been around nearly two years now. By the grace of God, it hasn’t killed 4000 yet. Take my word for it; don’t be afraid. You won’t die until your time comes.

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