RCCG NOVEMBER 2018 THANKSGIVING SERVICE DIVINE VISITATION

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RCCG NOVEMBER 2018 THANKSGIVING SERVICE DIVINE VISITATION
RCCG NOVEMBER 2018 THANKSGIVING SERVICE DIVINE VISITATION

RCCG NOVEMBER 2018 THANKSGIVING SERVICE DIVINE VISITATION

The countdown to the end has started, We need to begin to be the man God uses, many want to be Men looking for the God to use, forget what you will get when you render services to God, the cross is the focus.
Daddy said the countdown has already started. Everyone must get serious with God, the only person that is afraid of death is that man who has not given his life to Christ! You need to surrender to this Jesus and don’t joke with your life.

November RCCG Holy Ghost Service Theme My sun shall rise again

November RCCG Holy Ghost Service Theme: My sun shall rise again stronger than your enemy part 10

Soul winning! You can’t afford Not to win souls to Christ

Prayer From last RCCG Holy Ghost Service

Prayer Points RCCG October 2018 Holy Ghost Service Indomitable

1. Lord, lengthen my life because I will serve You.

2. Almighty God, fill me to overflowing with Your Holy Spirit so that my word would be fire so that I can win many souls.

3. Father, set me on fire for You.

4. Father, let Your wind blow in my favour, family and Church so that we can march for You and be unstoppable.

RCCG Holy Ghost Service Theme

Pastor Enoch Adeboye is the General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG).  Although he wasn’t the founder of the church established in 1952, he has been an active contributor to its tremendous growth. Currently, the church has parishes in over 186 countries of the world.

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Holy Ghost service theme: My Sun shall rise again Stronger than tour enemy Part 10
While RCCG December Congress theme: Glory Ahead

Enoch Adeboye was born Enoch Adejare Adeboye on 2 March 1942 in the village of Ifewara, Osun State, Nigeria. His parents were very poor and he was one of their four children. Adeboye’s father was an illiterate farmer, who did not believe in educating any of his children. In fact, the family was so poor that they could not afford to pay the school fees anyway.

 

But Enoch was so particular about receiving a formal education and when his requests to be sent to school were dismissed by his father, he went on a hunger-strike in a bid to persuade him. His father eventually gave in and sold a goat in order to pay for his son’s school fees. Thus Enoch Adeboye was enrolled at the only missionary school in their village.

After his primary education, young Enoch was admitted into Ilesha Grammar School, Ilesha, Osun State, Western Nigeria in 1956, where he discovered his passion for science and mathematics.

Enoch Adeboye badly wanted to pursue a higher education but the ongoing Nigerian Civil War and his family’s dire financial condition threatened to thwart his ambitions. Yet he chased his dream relentlessly and ultimately obtained not only a Bachelors (BSc.) degree in Mathematics from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria in 1967, but also a Masters (MSc.) Degree in Hydrodynamics and a Doctorate Degree (PhD) in Applied Mathematics, both from the University of Lagos, in 1969 and 1975 respectively.

As a young man, Pastor Adeboye had one great ambition—to become the youngest Vice-Chancellor of any one of the frontline Universities in Nigeria. So he began his career as a lecturer in mathematics at the Universities of Lagos and Ilorin and looked poised to establish himself in a successful career in academics.

Enoch Adeboye and his wife Foluke came to the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in 1973 which was then headed by the General Superintendent, Pastor Josiah Oluwafemi Akindayomi.

As a young man, Pastor Adeboye had one great ambition—to become the youngest Vice-Chancellor of any one of the frontline Universities in Nigeria. So he began his career as a lecturer in mathematics at the Universities of Lagos and Ilorin and looked poised to establish himself in a successful career in academics.

Already married by the early 1970s, Pastor Adeboye and his wife faced some problems having children. They had two children through cesarean section and the doctors had advised them against having more. But the couple desperately wanted more children and thus embarked on a spiritual journey to seek a solution.

Cars, Private Jet 

Pastor Adeboye is one of the Richest pastors in the country as well as in the world. He owns high-end estates, cars, and even jets.  According to reports, the man of God used to have older Gulfstream GIV with tail number N707EA that he used in spreading his missionary works around the world. However, he became tired of the jet and then added a newer model known as G550 luxury jet. The $65 million jrt was constructed in Savannah, Georgia State in the US. When it comes to cars, you don’t expect a pastor who can afford to fly in one of the most expensive jets not to ride in luxury cars. He has been spotted in different very expensive cars including Rolls Royce Phantom said to be bulletproof (with a starting price of $400,000), Land Rover Discovery ($80,00), Mercedez Benz Gelandewagen worth at least $100,000. Keep in mind that the pastor never admits to owning personal property or cars. Also, he has his own private airline, making him the second in the country to have such investment.

Today, the annual RCCG Conventions which is hosted by Pastor Adeboye or Daddy G.O as he is fondly called by many in Nigeria, UK, Asia and the US  has an average attendance of over 7 million (Nigeria), 50,000 (UK) and 10,000 (US).

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