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The General Overseer (G.O) of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) is Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye.

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Pastor Adeboye is a man of God who has been a tremendous blessing and inspiration to numerous people and drawn lost souls to salvation by the grace of God.

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Recently, someone posted a quote online that referred to marriage as "legal bondage.” The popular picture of the linked wedding rings that is normally showcased to reflect the oneness of marriage was marred and changed to look like handcuffs. The image likened marriage to a prison sentence instead of displaying it as the blessing from God that it is. Ahh… the enemy of marriage (satan) is so very cunning! And we—even Christians—get so caught up in the "harmless humor” that...

God can restore your lost dreams and destiny when your day of jubilee comes. Jubilee also is a time of relocation. The one in bondage at jubilee is free to go back to family, another location, a new position, etc. when the day of jubilee came for Moses, God moved him from the backside of the desert and placed him at the centre point of history. He went from where nothing was happening to where history was being made. Are...

“In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes.” Judges 21:25 This scripture aptly describes the state of the world today, especially in the area of sexual immorality. Many people these days have no sense of restraint, having eliminated God’s authority over their lives. They are no longer answerable to God, and the boundaries He has defined for the total wellbeing of mankind are being dismantled in order to accommodate their...

I wrote in my prayer journal recently: “I have had an epiphany: Earthly ambition is the nemesis of Godly anointing. I find that in accepting Jesus' invitation to lay down ‘my’ ambition there is a peace that floods my heart where there was none. I now discover a renewed desire to serve. To paraphrase John Gray, ‘...

Ambition is a blessing and a curse. When it is God-directed and Spirit-managed, it can bear tremendous fruit. When it is restrained by humility, ambition can be a powerful motivator. But when it is hijacked by self and ego, it can leave a wake of destruction in its path. I have wrestled with this issue for most of my life. If you have leadership gifts, you know what it is to be captivated by vision. You know what it is to...

While growing up, my vision was to become the youngest Vice Chancellor in Africa. I aspired to be among the greatest in the academic world and bring prestige to my nation. I wanted to be very great but I wasn’t selfish about my ambition. I intended to make impact in the world and on people. This is different from selfish ambition because selfish ambition makes one get ahead of others using any means at his/her disposal. Such means may be lying,...

The cross of Jesus is very effective in cleansing us from all our sins. Jesus instructs that whosoever will be His disciple will have to carry his cross and follow Him. As a disciple of Jesus Christ, every manifested work of the flesh must have been crucified to the cross. You are to be clean from all filthiness of the flesh. You must allow the cross to deliver you from the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eye...

Because some people do not want to be confronted with the truth of the Word of God, they run from Bible believing churches to places where their atrocities can be allowed and covered. No matter how far you run from the truth, one day, you will be confronted by it. False prophets will never allow you to see the light of the Word of God. The Word of God reveals and when your eyes are opened, you will be able...

As I flipped through my Bible this morning, I came across my sermon notes from a few weeks ago. The notes were from a message preached by our pastor, Dr. Danny Wood. I really felt led to share the message with you this morning, in hopes that it will minister to you in some way. The text is from Isaiah 5:1-7 and Luke 13:6-9. The main point of the message was that God expects us to be fruitful people. Period. No...

The words “Be fruitful,” appear in the Bible for the first time in Genesis 1:28. Although it came as a commandment, it can also be taken as a blessing. Because it is a commandment, God expects all His creation to comply with it by bearing fruit and multiplying through self-reproduction. On the other hand, if taken as a blessing, then it is established because when He speaks, it is done. His words cannot pass away unfulfilled. In John 15:8, Jesus...