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“Things Will Be Worse Before Getting Better” — Adeboye

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has assured Nigerians that things will get better in 2024.

The cleric, while giving his prophesies for 2024 during the crossover night service on Sunday at the Redemption Citiy along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, however, said before getting better, things would first get worse.

He said, “For Nigeria, the wind is already blowing. The wind is blowing.

“Everything God is saying is centred around that little sentence. The wind is blowing, include in your prayers that the wind will blow you well.

“Things will get worse before they get better. Things will get a little hotter before it gets better.”

While urging Nigerians to be hopeful and get ready to grab the many opportunities that will come their way this year, he said, “because the wind is blowing means things will get better

“Some people will start as nobody but will become significant before the middle of the year.”

Speaking further, the general overseer said there will be divine interventions in parts of the world where things are hot at the moment.

He also prophesied that there would be breakthroughs at the global level in the treatment of diseases like cancer, diabetes hypertension and others.

“On the international level, there will be breakthroughs for incurable diseases like cancer, diabetes and others. There will be divine intervention in the parts of the world where things are hot.,” he prophesied.

Over the years, it has become a tradition for Nigerian pastors to engage in the annual ritual of releasing prophecies for the new year.

Some of Adeboye’s prophesies in 2023, include the world experiencing relatively more peaceful, 2023 being a year of many opportunities.

He also prophesied that many troublemakers would lose the ability to make trouble during the year, this, he tagged his favourite.

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