With God still speaking to His people, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor E. A. Adeboye has disclosed a message he claimed to have received from the Lord about what will happen to some Nigerian politicians and leaders in 2023. The General Overseer said this while revealing ways through which Heaven can open for a man.
According to the well-respected man of God, one of the ways the Heavens can open for a man is when God wants to knock down who needed to be knocked down (1 Samuel 2:7 & Dan. 4:28-33). He cited how God dealt with King Nebuchadnezzar in the Bible as he said some politicians will be humbled this year.
According to Pastor Adeboye from the video (1:05:17): "At the beginning of the year, the Almighty God told me that some Balloons will be deflated in Nigeria this year. I am looking forward to seeing that because there are people in power who are making life very difficult for the common man in Nigeria. They are in positions to deal with the masses. I pray today that this prophecy shall be fulfilled in Jesus name!"
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Video source: Official RCCG YouTube handle
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