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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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It’s bad enough realizing that the world is a sad place. But feeling the effects of that world—experiencing grief, sorrow and mourning—can be devastating. And so Jesus addressed mourning in the second of His Beatitudes. The first Beatitude addressed being poor in spirit—recognizing our own weakness compared to God’s greatness and realizing our dependence on Him. Once someone reaches that point, then he or she is capable of looking at everything with a new set of eyes. And sometimes those eyes will be filled...

Question: "What does ‘blessed are those who mourn’ mean?" Answer: Matthew 5 records the part of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount known as the Beatitudes. Verse 4 says, "Blessed are they who mourn, for they shall be comforted." It is important to remember that this portion of Jesus’ teaching was directed toward His closest friends, not the general population (verse 2). We cannot pull one or two verses from the whole and build a theology around them. This sermon was a collection of truths designed...

Are you tired of sin – not just of its consequences, but also that it keeps happening? Are you tired, not just of the consequences of your sin, but also that it keeps happening? Do you mourn over the fact that your desire to be good does not always come forth in what you do and say? How can you be “filled with the oil of gladness?” “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.” Matthew 5:4. Paul writes in 2 Corinthians 7:10, “For...

The word of God is full of mysteries. Our Bible reading today reveals one of such mysteries. How can mourning, which is an expression of deep sorrow, become a blessing? The answer lies in our memory verse which reveals two types of sorrow: godly sorrow and the sorrow of the world. There are lots of blessings associated with godly sorrow. One of these is that it produces repentance which brings about salvation. Godly sorrow can be experienced as a result...

Being a Christian means taking a stand for Christ. Although undoubtedly difficult, the decision to stand up for Jesus is absolutely necessary, and any serious Christ-follower should make it. Here are some reasons why taking a stand for our Saviour is definitely hard, but absolutely necessary. 1. Amidst challenges, only those who stand strong for Christ till the end can make it Yes, our salvation has been paid for in hot blood on the cross of Calvary, but the people who will enter...

“Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the Light of the world: he that followeth Me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.” John 8:12 If you wanted to get rid of darkness in a room, how would you do it? Would you curse the darkness? Take a broomstick and try to beat the darkness out? Grab a shovel and shovel it out? Or a vacuum cleaner and suck it out? How are you going...

Stand Alone for Truth As a believer, it is likely that some time during your life you will be challenged to stand alone—to be in a situation that forces you to decide if you will obey God or “follow the crowd.” Your decision will either glorify God or give the enemies of God an opportunity to scorn Him. (See II Samuel 12:14.) Your circumstances may involve something as seemingly insignificant as refusing to let your child participate in a school activity, or they...

One doctrine of the world that is gradually creeping into the body of Christ is that which says “If you cannot beat them, join them.”  This doctrine is inconsistent with the values of the kingdom of belong to on multiple fronts. Our lifestyle is characterised by love – God’s kind of love – as stated in 1 Corinthians 13:6,  this kind of love does not rejoice in iniquity. Because the world is full of iniquity and scoffs at righteous living, we...

God is a God of mercy.  When he appeared to Moses, he declared his name before himself in these words: “…The LORD, the LORD God, merciful and gracious, longsuffering, and abounding in goodness and truth…. “ (Exo. 34:6 NKJV).  We see that in mercy he led his people forth out of Egypt to their habitation (Ex. 15:13).  Perhaps one of the most repeated themes of praise in the Bible are the words, “His mercy endures forever.”  In Psalm 136 alone, this refrain...

Grace is the Lord giving you something you don’t deserve. Mercy is God holding back what you do deserve. God said in His temple there was to be a place of mercy, and it was called the Mercy Seat. When it comes to the people in your life who have offended you, all of heaven screams, “Give him another chance!!!” Every time YOU mess up, God is there offering His hand up out of the ditch you have fallen into with...