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Thursday, 11 July 2013

---Forget your University degrees, be very humble before man and God –-- PASTOR E.A. ADEBOYE

Photo: :Religious Advice from Pastor E.A. Adeboye:

---Forget your University degrees, be very humble before man and God –--

General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, on Sunday urged lecturers to use their positions and talents to make meaningful impact on the society by impacting on peoples’ lives positively.
The head of the world’s largest pentecostal Church, spoke at a special prayer session organised for lecturers at the RCCG National Headquarters in Ebute Meta, Lagos.
He said education is the only way to mould good citizens and as such, lecturers should endeavour to teach correctly and rightly to change the lives of students, while positively transforming the educational system and the society at large.
The influential cleric urged the people to obey God’s commandments so as to attract His blessings, adding: “Excellence does not come in a cheap way.
“If you want to excel in life, you must be ready to work hard. Excellence requires that you get to the top and remain there.
“We, the academicians, must be very humble before man and God. We should forget our degrees.”
Prof. Jide Osuntokun, a former lecturer at the University of Lagos, while speaking, thanked Adeboye for organising the prayer session, which he described as a wake up call for all academicians.
His words: “It is a wonderful opportunity for all academicians all over Nigeria to come together to thank God and renew our calling in our chosen profession.
“We hope to go back and impact positively on our students and mould future leaders of our country who will be intellectually and academically sound.”
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General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, on Sunday urged lecturers to use their positions and talents to make meaningful impact on the society by impacting on peoples’ lives positively.

The head of the world’s largest pentecostal Church, spoke at a special prayer session organised for lecturers at the RCCG National Headquarters in Ebute Meta, Lagos.
He said education is the only way to mould good citizens and as such, lecturers should endeavour to teach correctly and rightly to change the lives of students, while positively transforming the educational system and the society at large.
The influential cleric urged the people to obey God’s commandments so as to attract His blessings, adding: “Excellence does not come in a cheap way.
“If you want to excel in life, you must be ready to work hard. Excellence requires that you get to the top and remain there.
“We, the academicians, must be very humble before man and God. We should forget our degrees.”
Prof. Jide Osuntokun, a former lecturer at the University of Lagos, while speaking, thanked Adeboye for organising the prayer session, which he described as a wake up call for all academicians.
His words: “It is a wonderful opportunity for all academicians all over Nigeria to come together to thank God and renew our calling in our chosen profession.
“We hope to go back and impact positively on our students and mould future leaders of our country who will be intellectually and academically sound.”
NICE ONE.

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