Baby dedication will multiply after lockdown – Pastor Adeboye


General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, says baby-naming ceremonies will multiply after the lockdown occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic is lifted.

He said in a sermon broadcast live on Sunday that many babies would be dedicated in early 2021.

“Let me warn pastors, now I’m busy you are resting. Early next year you will be very busy,” Adeboye said.

“As a result of the lockdown, you will have a lot of baby naming ceremonies. David, Elijah, Joseph, and some others became great during a lockdown.”

He urged Christians to utilise the lockdown by praising God, studying the Bible and praying

“Visions usually come during lockdown. Plan towards actualising the vision and when you finish planning you need to hand it over to God,” he said.

The popular preacher also said God told him not to worry about persons who died due to coronavirus.

“God said I should not worry about those who will die due to coronavirus. Ain’t you amazed at the number of people who have been recovered compared to the number of those who died? All over the world, the number of those who died is less than 10 per cent.

“If you research, you will know that the number of people who have died due to coronavirus is lesser than those who have died because of accident or other means.

“This is because God just wanted to prove himself that he is the almighty that he can lockdown the whole world.

“I’m appealing to those who haven’t give their life to Christ love your self by seeking him.If you find him you will fine life and if you hate him.

“To those who think they are big and mighty, where is it now? The Almighty God says ‘Sit down at home,’” he said.