Pastor Enoch Adeboye Issues 11 Prophesies For 2016

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Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God has released prophecies for the year 2016.

A newsletter by Liveway Radio contained 11 predictions and revelations by the renowned man of God, presented in three groups.

Read them below:

1. Prophecies for individuals

– Some families will trace the beginning of their generational blessings to this year.

– Some will obtain help from unexpected sources.

– Grateful hearts will have more causes to be grateful.

– For many, the pendulum of life will generally be on the upward swing.

– A chosen few will receive blessings so large they can hardly contain them.

2. Prophecies for Nigeria

– Things are likely to get tougher before they get better, but things will get better before the end of this year.

– What He started last year He will finish this year, provided we don’t rejoice too soon.


3. International prophecies

– Natural disasters, floods, fires, earthquakes are likely to get progressively worse, until governments realize that these are part of Divine Judgements against those who pass ungodly laws.

– If a government will repent of disdaining Christ and His Church, He will help them win the fight against terrorism.

– A major war will be averted this year.

– A new sexually transmitted disease will surface this year.

This prophesies sound more neutral as compared to the ones by another prominent spiritual leader Apostle Johnson Suleiman of the Omega Fire Ministries. In between the USA and Russia is coming, a bombing may happen in Delta state, a Nigerian governor might die in 2016 and more.

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