The son of Pastor Enoch A Adeboye who is the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Leke Adeboye has shared what he noticed about people days, after he found a love like shape in the front of youth's church in the RCCG camp.
The young pastor on the day he saw the hole in front of the church claimed they wanted to fill it, but he decided not to again, as it could be the reasons the youths in the church are getting married to each.
When he posted the on his Instagram page, the post had 7,877 likes. Thereafter when he started posting about Bible verses and prayer points, the likes he do have concerning those ones is never up to 150 likes.
After observing this about people, he said people don't really want God in their lives, as they don't want things that will replenish their spirit but things that will replenish their eyes.
He said only things that distracts the mind is what people or Christians care about, and that something is definitely wrong.
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