God deserves praises over Nigeria, says CAC President at Abuja National Praise

By Emmanuel Oloniruha

The President of Christ Apostolic Church Nigeria and Overseas, Pastor Samuel O. Oladele says in spite of the challenges, God deserves to be praised over Nigeria.

Pastor Oladele stated this in his remarks at the Abuja National Praise organised by the Church on Friday at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja.

Pastor Oladele, who was represented by the church's General Secretary, Pastor Emmanuel E. Mapur, said that though Nigeria has passed through a lot of challenges, God did not allow us to be consumed.

He said that CAC and Nigeria have a reason to praise God for His love and covenant of the church and the nation. 

“Indeed we have enjoyed the mercy of God as a church for over one century now. Despite all the challenges we faced, He did not allow the gate of hell to prevail over us. Our God deserves to be praised.

“Nigeria has passed through a lot of ordeal both politically and economically, yet we have not been consumed. God deserves to be praised. That is why we gathered here to praise Him.

“We all know that any problem that defiles prayer, praise conquers it. It is my prayer that as we lift up our voices in praise to God, Nigeria will be healed and the glory and power of God will return to the Church,” Pastor Oladele said.

The church President said that the great vision for the mega praise concert with the theme  “Praise the Lord for His Mercy Endures ”was conceived and executed by the CAC General Evangelist, Prophet Hezekiah Oladeji.

“Today’s event is unique in the anal of CAC, where over 2,500 trumpeters, Gospel arts are assembled to sing high praises to God Almighty,” Oladele said.

He expressed believe that with the praise to God the situation of the country would be changed for better.

Prophet Hezekiah described praise as the food of God and broad channel to access Him, which Satan and its cohort cannot resist.

He added that;“praise is an easy way to get what we want from God. It is the best way to get position from the Lord."

The General Evangelist said that a minute praise could help one to harvest lost generational glory.

The renowned Prophet of God said in spite of the tough battle in the country God is still Lord over Nigeria  and her citizens. “Hence, there is reason to glorify Him.”

Prophet Hezekiah said that recently when he was in London for a programme, God told him that He has not forgotten Nigeria.

He offered prophetic prayers for the country using the nation’s flag as a point of contact, disclosed that the Lord instructed him to come with Nigeria flag to the meeting and pray on it.

He prophesied after the praise programme every evil work done with the nation’s flag is destroy.

The prophet offered prophetic prayers to God on the nation’s challenges, the 2023 general elections, and the restoration of all that the nation has lost. 

He prayed to God to put all forces against the nation to an end, open every closed door against the nation, bring all forms of insecurity to an end, expose those working against the nation, set Nigeria free as well as allow His will to be done.

The Regional Superintendent, CAC Medaiyese Region, Pastor Osita Chukwuezie, in his words of exaltation with the text taken from Psalms 116:12-13 and Matthew 16:13, said while men are commanded to praise God, it takes knowing Jesus to worship Him acceptably and beneficially. 

Pastor Chukwuezie said that there is a great disease in the church today, wherein many church goers do not know God and the greatness of His power.

He charged Christians to always seek to know God through his revelation and follow his steps.

“True knowledge of Christ only comes through revelation from God Himself.It is those who know him,  those in whose hearts the Holy Spirit has revealed Christ that will form His church and can stand the test of time.

“Knowing Jesus is crucial to serve him acceptably. Knowing Jesus is the greatest knowledge we can acquire. The greatest thing anyone can be on earth is to be a child of God. The greatest privilege is to be reconciled with God. The greatest position we can occupy is that of a born again Christian," he said. 

Highlights of the programme include singing of hymns and praises by 2,500 trumpeters, CAC Medaiyese Regional Mass Choir, and other renowned gospel singers, songwriters, instrumentalists and producers, such as  Pastor Kunle Ajayi, Dunsin Oyekan, Adeyinka Alaseyori, Peterson Okopi, Evang. Tope Olutokun, Joyrich Olowo, Evang. Mary Momoh, Mrs Shade Taiwo, Ojodu Samuel, Evang. Gbenga Adenuga, Lady Evang (Dr) Titi Aremu, Harmony Brass Band and the Lord’s Trumpeters.

There were also prayer sessions by Prophet Princewill Aimienoho, Prophet Kayode Adio, Secretary of the Evangelical Committee, Pastor J. Makinwa and Prophet Gbenga Osagie among others.

Dignitaries at the occasion include Vice President Yemi Osinbajo represented by the Chaplain of Aso Villa Chapel, Pastor Seyi Malomo, Evang. (Mrs.) B. Oladeji, and many other pastors in CAC.

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