2015: Adeboye Declares Prayer Warfare

by on January 2, 2015

General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has released his 2015 prophecy with a call on the world to embark on intense prayers against massive earthquakes, strong hurricane and typhoons.

The respected clergy man said God has directed that the people on earth must pray against massive calamities in 2015.

In his 2015 prophecy, a copy of which was obtained by Daily Independent on Thursday, Adeboye said the dreaded Ebola virus disease would die out in 2015, and that insurgency would be considerably weakened all over the world in the new year.

Adeboye further stated that God has revealed that there would be many scientific and medical breakthroughs, particularly in the areas of lack of sleep, dreams and brain disorder.

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Concerning Nigeria, Adeboye said the people, by the end of the year, would say ‘all is well that ends well.’

Speaking on individual prophecy, Adeboye said for those who fasted for 100 days in 2014, the Lord had promised that the harvest for the fasting would be given in 2015.

Referring to God as Daddy, Adeboye said: “Daddy says this year will be full of testimonies, those who have none before will have this year.

“Daddy says some of you will swim in the river of abundance this year.

“Daddy says there will be miraculous completion of projects.

“Daddy says there will be fulfillment of dreams.

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“Daddy says there will be miraculous restoration.

“Daddy says the song of many will be – ‘The Lord has been good to me,’” Adeboye stated.

Concerning the RCCG, Adeboye admonished the members of the church to charge their spiritual batteries by fasting for 40 days only.

He added that those who will like to fast continuously for 20 days and 20 nights will cover the 40 days.

He further added that any day missed for the fasting would be covered with two days, and that the fasting for 2015 would start from January 2.

Source: Daily Independent

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