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2022 ANNUAL FASTING AND PRAYER - Pastor E.A Adeboye (RCCG) Date and Time

2022 ANNUAL FASTING AND PRAYER – Pastor E.A Adeboye (RCCG) Date and Time

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2022 ANNUAL FASTING AND PRAYER – Pastor E.A Adeboye (RCCG) Date and Time , The Prayer Guide and Prophetic Declarations will soon be shared.



1. More than 80% of projects starting in 2022 will succeed.
2. This year will be a year of the emergence of previously unknown stars.
3. In spite of everything happening, this year will be a year of some massive breakthroughs (in science and in finance).
4. Infant mortality rate will drop by at least 50%.

2022 ANNUAL FASTING AND PRAYER - Pastor E.A Adeboye (RCCG) Date and Time
2022 ANNUAL FASTING AND PRAYER – Pastor E.A Adeboye (RCCG) Date and Time


You don’t make omelette without breaking eggs.


  1. The issue of migration will take a new turn in the new year.
  2. There will be two monstrous storms (one coming from the Atlantic and one from the Pacific) unless they are weakened, the results will be terrible.

R.C.C.G. Special Sunday Service
Sunday, 9th January 2022

Ministering: Pastor Adeboye
Topic: Going Higher (part 45)
Text: 1 Kings 19: 1-3

Elijah went home and was enjoying the victories:
fire from heaven, national revival, 1st rain in 3.5 years, and outrunning the king’s chariot.

Then he got a message from the first lady of the land- Queen Jezebel, and ran for his life.

Elijah was wise.

•If you learn to run today, you’ll be alive to fight tomorrow.
•Satan is a fallen angel. He doesn’t sleep nor get tired because he was not created to tire. Isaiah 14: 12-15
•Thankfully, our God doesn’t sleep nor slumber. Psalm 121: 1-4
Nor get tired. Isaiah 40:28
•He is the One who checkmates satan.
Isaiah 54: 16-17
•Satan will be chained for eternity. Revelation 20: 1-3
But until then, he roams around freely. Job 1 & 2
•It is most probable that the most dangerous time in a Christian’s life is immediately after a victory.
•Christian, seek not yet repose!
Some examples of those who won battles and faced attacks right after:
+ Moses. Exodus 14: 21-28; 15: 1-21, 22-26
After many victories such as the red sea parting and their enemies drowning, the Israelites turned on Moses.
+ Joshua.
Joshua 6: 1-27; 7: 1-12
A shout from the Israelites defeated the mighty city of Jericho.
Yet, they found the tiny town of Ai to be insurmountable.
+ Gideon. Judges 7
He defeated enemies so numerous the Bible called them grasshoppers, with an army of only 300 men.
But he fell into a trap made by his own hands.
Judges 8: 22-27
+ Samson
+ David.
From an unknown boy to champion and chief warrior. 1 Samuel 17: 1-54; 18: 1-5, 6-12
But ended up being hunted by the king.
+ Daniel.
Daniel 1: 1-20
Daniel and his fellows became the best wise men when they refused to eat the king’s men.
Just a while after, the threat of death came. Daniel 2
+ Peter
Peter proclaimed that Jesus was Lord and the Messiah. Yet, shortly after then, the devil spoke through him.
Matthew 16: 13-19, 21-23
•When you feel like you’ve won a victory, stand! 1 Corinthians 10:12, Ephesians 6: 10-13, 1 Peter 4:7
•The closer you are to the goal, the more careful you must become.

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