Pastor Adeboye kicks against Growing beards,  Fashion, Tribalism, Health and Marriage


The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, has frowned at ministers of the gospel growing beards in the name of new fashion.
“I don’t want to see any of my pastors looking like fellows from the training camps of Al-Qaeda,” he said, stating that any elderly person who cannot show the noble journey for the youths in terms of dressing is not worthy to be described as an elder.
According to him, “the youth often look up to their fathers for direction but if a father himself does not know what he is doing then there something wrong.
“The youths don’t respect an elder that looks like them. You are supposed to be their guiding light after they have fooled around,” Adeboye stated, saying pastors should be clean shaven at all times and must not in any way grow beards that will portray them as persons of different persuasion.
He also decreed that anybody who brings tribalism into the church should either leave the church immediately or will soon die like Annanais and Sapphira.
In the same vein, he said no pastor has the church’s blessing to impose Yoruba songs as part of the church service in other parts of the country, emphasizing the need for pastors in other parts of the country to encourage the locals to sing and rejoice in their local dialects.
The 74-year General Overseer also enjoined all pastors in the church to regularly do a medical check up to avoid unnecessary and sudden deaths that can be avoided if the proper thing is done.
Worried about various reports of arranged marriages among brethren some of which have been linked to various disruptions in several relationships, Pastor Adeboye also decreed that no RCCG pastor should be seen to be involved in arranging marriages among brethren in the church.
We recall that Pastor Adeboye has earlier counselled youths of the church on marriage, saying “don’t ever marry outside the church and you have no reason to marry outside RCCG. The reason is that if you are both from the same church even when trouble comes it is easier for the pastors to handle it!
“Don’t marry a girl simply because she can sing! In the choir there are some people that can sing but they are fallen angels! Marry a prayer warrior! If a girl cannot pray for one hour, don’t marry her.
“Don’t marry a girl who is lazy! Don’t marry a girl who cannot cook, she needs to know how to do chores and cook because you cannot afford to be eating out all the time.
“Don’t marry a girl who is worldly! If you do, you have carried what you’ll worship for the rest of your life!” he advised. The General Overseer also announced the establishment of an Investigation Committee to assist the mission on issues bordering on security.
He also declared that as tough as things are in the nation today, “we are not owing anybody any salary
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Pastor Adeboye reacts to alleged N6billion paid to pastors by PDP

Pastor E.A Adeboye has reacted to the allegations made by Rivers state governor Rotimi Amaechi yesterday, claiming that some pastors were paid about N6 billion by the PDP to discredit the APC and its presidential candidate, Buhari. Above is a message he shared on Facebook a few hours ago…

RCCG General Overseer, Pastor Adeboye Has A Message For Christians About Elections 2015

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General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, and the National President of Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, have urged Christians and indeed all Nigerians to take advantage of the continuous voters registration, to acquire permanent voter’s card ahead of the 2015 polls.

Speaking at two different fora yesterday, the two eminent Christian clerics stressed the point that Christians must come out en masses next February to vote the candidate of their choice which, they argued, is their civic responsibility.

 

At this month’s Holy Ghost Service at the Redemption Camp on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Adeboye urged participants from different denominations to make sure they carry out their civic responsibility by registering for their voter’s’ card and also vote for candidate of their choice.

 

He told the mammoth crowd of worshipers including ministers of God to visit the nearest local government to them for the registration exercise, sounding a note of warning to members of the church that voter’s card will be checked on the first Sunday of December.