Wife of the General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Mrs. Folu Adeboye, has charged Christian youths to remain faithful to the Lord by shunning sins and all forms of unrighteousness no matter the challenges around them.
She spoke at the 2018 Redeemer’s Day celebration organised by Christ The Redeemer’s School Management (CRSM) of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) at the Redemption Camp, Ogun State.
The two- day event tagged victorious generation held in all regions of the church, featuring school parade, talks on Christian adornment, talent discovery and display exhortation, arts and science exhibition, sporting event and football competition.
She said that every generation has its own challenges and experiences urging them to conquer the ones associated with their time.
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“Jesus has won the victory for us on the cross. We must not settle for failure or unrighteousness. We must be a generation of peace, fruitfulness, holiness, diligence and greater works,” she said.
Rather than joining agents of evils, she challenged christian youths to must resist them with full force.
Adeboye, who is also the Vice President Education of RCCG and Chairperson of Christ The Redeemer’s School Management charged: “We must do away with fear and not surrender to evil. As we confront the evils in the land to overcome them, your protection is assured”.
She asserted that no matter what the world is saying, we must not yield to temptation, but resist it and keep our eyes gazed on Jesus at all times
“To enjoy our victory, we must not allow anything to disconnect us from him. They devils major work is to disconnect us from our source but we must not give him a chance,” she said
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Deputy Governor of Ogun State, Yetunde Onanuga, charged parents to be alive to their responsibility of inculcating the right moral attitude and ethnics in their children for sure footing to weather academic rigors.
Onanuga, who was represented by her Senior Special Assistant, Mrs. Abiodun Oyedele, argued that qualitative education is synergy of effort among the government, the parents and the private sector.
Assistant General Overseer (RCCG), Administration and Personnel, Pastor Johnson Odesola, called on the federal government for sincerity in the disbursement of scholarship opportunities for indigent’s students across the country.