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Pastor E.A Adeboye is currently trending on social media after tweeting a prayer point that says: “Father, let all protocols, rules, and criteria be suspended, overlooked and overruled, as You did for Joseph, in order for me to be promoted, in Jesus’ name.”
Nigerians, while reacting to his prayer point, asserted that the cleric is only encouraging corruption and mediocrity with prayers. What do you think???
His words:
Father, let all protocols, rules and criteria be suspended, overlooked and overruled, as You did for Joseph, in order for me to be promoted, in Jesus’ name.

See his tweet below:
Father, let all protocols, rules and criteria be suspended, overlooked and overruled, as You did for Joseph, in order for me to be promoted, in Jesus’ name.
— PastorEAAdeboye (@PastorEAAdeboye)
October 27, 2019
What Nigerians are saying:
This is encouraging corruption and mediocrity. There are reasons for the protocols, rules and criteria for a better society.
— Kaposki Apophis Pompyë⚡ (@KaposkiR)
October 27, 2019
And herein lies the problem with Nigeria. This prayer feeds the Nigerians narcissistic mindset.
— oladele ayuba (@deleayuba) October 27, 2019
This is why so many people in this country want to get what they didn’t work for or don’t deserve.
— 6IX ♋ (@KenMcWealth) October 28, 2019
It should not be surprising that nefarious charlatans would encourage this kind of thinking.
— CuriosityFeedsTheCat (@curiousityfeeds) October 28, 2019

 

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4 4 Comments

  1. He has been in the news for some time now for the wrong reasons o honestly

  2. It’s not a bad prayer point, I don’t see why people should disagree when they don’t understand the meaning of the prayer point

  3. There are reasons for the protocols, rules and criteria for a better society.

  4. Father, let all protocols, rules and criteria be suspended, overlooked and overruled, as You did for Joseph, in order for me to be promoted, in Jesus’ name…..Amen, I claim it

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