The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, says several mothers were delivered of no fewer than 66 babies at the ongoing 71st Annual Convention.
According to him, the newborn babies comprised 31 females and 31 males.
Daddy GO also announced that next month’s Holy Ghost Service would be dedicated to those trusting God for the fruit of the womb.
He said, “I believe God that there will be a lot of twins, triplets and many more. God does not know how to do small things and does not stop when your cup of blessings is full.”
This is even as the revered cleric also called on Christians, especially his church members, to pray against fresh wars, within and outside the country’s borders.
Adeboye made the call during the church’s 71st Annual Convention Friday Holy Ghost Service, held from Friday night to Saturday morning at the church’s headquarters in Mowe, Ogun State
At the programme, which started on August 7 and would end today (August 13), and was tagged ‘Beyond Expectations’, the cleric said the country was already fighting many “wars” such as kidnapping, terrorism and killings, adding that fresh ones should be prayed against.
Thousands of worshipers all over the world connected to the service online to listen to Pastor Adeboye.
The pastor, also known as Daddy GO, in a heated prayer session, said, “Surely, we don’t want more wars, we want to win the ones we are fighting, not fresh ones; whether outside or within our borders.
“Those of you who believe in peace in every section, should stand up and pray to say, ‘Father, have mercy on Nigeria because of those of us who are your children.’
“I encourage you all to pray. God still answers prayers. Do not be discouraged because tomorrow will be alright. Do not be distracted. Nigeria still needs a lot of prayers.”
Adeboye also urged church members to pray against the manifestation of the devil’s activities in the country.
“Pray against the devil’s activities in Nigeria so that he does not spoil God’s name and lead several innocent people to hell,” he added.