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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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Long history as a spice and as a medicine. Brown bark of cinnamon tree. Available in dried tubular form (quill) or as ground powder. Varieties: The Chinese variety is known as cassia, produced in China, Vietnam, and Indonesia. Ceylon variety is sweeter, more refined, produced in Sri Lanka, India, Brazil and Caribbean. Nutrient source: Cinnamon is an excellent source of manganese, a very good source of dietary fibre, calcium and iron. Health Benefits:  Anti- Clotting Action. Cinnamaldehyde –help prevent unwanted clumping of blood platelets Anti-Microbial...

Do you ever wonder what happens later on in the life of the child you sponsor through ministries like World Vision or Compassion? Every once in awhile, I’m privileged to find out the rest of the story. This summer in Nairobi, I met a former sponsored child, Jackson Ole Sapit. Make that the Most Reverend Jackson Ole Sapit, Archbishop of Kenya—head of the 5 million-member Anglican Church. Jackson, 53, delights in telling visitors how God captured his heart and took him...

We all know we’re supposed to be humble. But are you really? The Kingdom works in an upside-down fashion. It’s not about making it to the top. It’s never been about fame and recognition. It’s serving a higher vision. It’s shining a spotlight on the glory of Jesus. It’s reaching people with the message of the Gospel. So worship leaders, it’s time to humble ourselves. It’s time to stop looking in the mirror and look upon God’s people with compassion. It’s time...

As Christian leaders, we are called to serve others even as we’re completely reliant on God. Too often, though, a leader who was once a servant wrongly transitions into being the king of his own kingdom. Here are some signs that a leader has become the “king”: Even if he invites discussion from church leaders, he does not change his mind.The “discussion” is in name only, as his decisions are already made. He sees everyone else as expendable. If he’s...

Becoming an ecclesiastical leader is a serious issue. Not everyone can become a pastor or prophet. We need to be extremely prayerful and careful in choosing leaders. In Luke 6:12-16, the Lord had an all-night prayer meeting before picking His 12 apostles, yet, one of them was a traitor. If He needed to depend on God in appointing leaders, we need to depend on God all the more. Today, for our failing to take maximum care, more people who have...

Cardamom refers to herbs within two genera of the ginger family.  Both varieties are recognized for their small seedpods. Elettaria pods are light green in color and Amomum pods are larger and dark brown. The word cardamom derives from Latin. It is a common ingredient in Indian cooking.  Often used in baking in Nordic countries such as in the Finnish and Scandinavian. Green cardamom is one of the most expensive spices by weight but little is needed to impart the flavor....

In the last article we discussed about the use of a credit card. We established that credit cards are good if used well but can easily lead one to a lot of debt. I established the fact that there is a need for financial discretion when using a credit card. The question I want to answer in this article is how to get out of a credit card debt if you are owing a lot on it and you have...

Bitterness is a deadly malignancy of the soul. Its poisonous venom destroys both the physical body and the spiritual health of an individual. I once heard it said, “Bitterness is like the acid you have inside that you want to spew on others; but it may well eat you alive before you get the chance.” Truly, bitterness is one of Satan’s greatest weapons in devouring all kinds of relationships. It seeks out those who have been offended or hurt by another,...

Bitterness blows out the candle of joy and leaves the soul in darkness. Here is what God's Word has to say about bitterness:Bitterness blows out the candle of joy and leaves the soul in darkness. Here is what God's Word has to say about bitterness:Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord. Looking diligently lest any man fail of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness springing up trouble you, and...

Bitterness is described in the bible as a root that brings forth destructive fruit. We don’t always recognize it for what it is, but it’s effects are deadly. Bitterness can start out as something so small that we don’t even notice it. This is one of the reasons that forgiving others is so important. Unresolved unforgiveness can result in bitterness that destroys your life and those around you. Heb 12:15 says, ‘See to it that no one fails to obtain the...