Pastor Adeboye message on Glory Ahead at RCCG Congress 2018

The Redeemed Christain Church of God RCCG Annual Holy Ghost Congress theme ‘Glory Ahead’ was fully explained yesterday night when Pastor Adeboye titled his message Glory Ahead.

The Congress was attended by millions of Christian all over the world. several million were connected to the programme through live streaming and other were watching on RCCG TV channel Dove TV.

The RCCG 2018 Congress enter the day five which combined with the Monthly Holy Ghost service. The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God titled his messages – Glory Ahead which is also the theme of the Congress.

Pastor Adeboye first sound the note of warnings to those who use his photos and that of his wife to print materials for sales. He said those who do so, do on their own and he never asked anybody to print material with his name.  1 am only a human and I cannot take God’s glory – he said.

He, therefore, warn people not to buy it from them.

Glory ahead sermon by Pastor Adeboye is full of spiritual upliftment. Taking the text from the book of Colossians 1: 27.  Christ in me, the hope of Glory. Pastor Adeboye elaborated on the text where he derived the theme of the Congress.

Pastor Adeboye reveals that when we say Glory Ahead it means that we are prophesized, it generates hope and telling us not to lose hope.

He said Glory ahead is a word of encouragement. It does not mean it is far away but very near. John 2: 1 – 11.

Adeboye also admonishes the congregation that Glory ahead means that is future is very bright and the best is yet to come.

Glory Ahead also means your sum is about to rise. He said the present may not look so good but things are going to be better.

Glory Ahead means all things are glorious at the moment and God is moving us from one level of Glory to other. Citing Proverb 3: 35.

Watch the video of the messages

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