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2020 Prophecy: Pastor Adeboye Declares There Will Be Earthquake In Many Places It Has Never Happened Before



The general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye has said that God told him there will be earthquakes in places that it has not been experienced before.

Adeboye while sharing his prophecy at the Crossover service earlier this morning, the general overseer said volcanoes that had been dormant for years would erupt in many places across the world.

Pastor Adeboye did not give specific prophecies about Nigeria but said since Nigeria is also a part of the world, whatever affects the world would affect Nigeria.

year, unless we pray very hard, it is going to be behaving like a child that is
having a convulsion. There will be earthquakes in many places it has never
happened before; that is one of the reasons why you should pray for Nigeria.
that have been dormant for years will be erupting. If you look at the
prophecies for 2019 on the international scene, I gave you a Bible passage,
Joel 2:28-32, and you will see fire and flood.
“Whatever we
have seen last year cannot be compared to what is coming except the children of
God will be praying so that God’s hand will not be upon the nations. The reason
for this is sin. Sin has become more rampant than before.  
“Things that in the past could not be mentioned openly are now being celebrated openly. God is angry. That is why Christians should pray and evangelize,” Adeboye said.
prophesied that there would be changes in government this year across the
world. "This year, there will be changes in governments all over the
world. In many places, some of the changes will be peaceful, while in some
others, it will be by violence" Adeboye said

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