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Thursday, 2 February 2017

Worst Leadership Is In The Church, We Need To Do Better – Pastor Adeboye

Image result for adeboye Third Annual Birthday Public Lecture organised by the church to commemorate his 75th birthday.
The General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God, Worldwide, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has said there is dearth of good leadership in Nigeria, adding that the church is the worst hit.
Baba Adeboye explained that the problem of corruption in Nigeria was traceable to lack of contentment and greed.
The cleric spoke on Wednesday in Ikeja, Lagos, during the Third Annual Birthday Public Lecture organised by the church to commemorate his 75th birthday.

Pastor Adeboye, who was represented by his wife, Folu, expressed sadness at the lack of true leadership in the society, calling for a return to cultural values.

He said, “Leadership is at the core of our problem in this nation. Some people sit in their room and comment on newspaper articles, but have you removed the log in your eyes?

“If there is anywhere leadership should be recommended, it should be from the church. But it is unfortunate that the worst leadership is from the church. We should go and check ourselves. Are we in true leadership or we are in falsehood? Because this has been the groaning of my heart for many years and I pray about it fervently.

“I challenge the leaders in this church that what the Bible says about elders, I have not seen it. But things are changing and I want us to be part of that change.

“The problem of corruption which we have in this nation would not have been there if everybody is contented with what he or she has. But people love to do more than they have. They want to show off to their children, and the children also when they get to school or are with their colleagues, are not satisfied because they were not brought up to be satisfied.”

He appealed to elders in the society to live in a way befitting of their status, adding that women as home builders should also train their children to positively influence their future.


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