A preacher, Adeboye Ado has urged Nigerians to have trust in God and pray fervently for divine intervention so as to stave-off hardship in the country.
Ado explained that the biting hardship which takes a heavy toll on inhabitants, had inflicted painful sting on Nigerians earlier struggling to eke out a better living.
The preacher urged Nigerians on Sunday during his sermon entitled: “Trust God In Time Trouble” at The African Church, St. James Archdeanconry, Akungba Akoko, in Akoko South West Local Government Area of Ondo State.
Adeboye, who was an erstwhile President of Youths In the abode, read from the book II Chronicle 20 Vs 15, said God miraculously won battle for the Isrealites, is capable of easing the pains occasioned by the removal of fuel subsidy.
“Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, today, we gather to explore a topic that is not only relevant but crucial to our lives as Nigerians – trusting in God despite the hardships caused by the removal of fuel subsidy.
“As we navigate through the turbulent waters of economic challenges, let us turn to God's Word for guidance, strength, and the assurance that He is with us, even in difficult times.
“My dear brothers and sisters, the removal of fuel subsidy has undoubtedly brought hardship to our lives.
"However, as followers of Christ, we are called to place our trust in God, knowing that He is in control, even in the most challenging times.
“Let us learn from the examples of unwavering faith in Scripture and seek God's guidance and wisdom as we navigate these difficult waters.
"Through our faith and reliance on God, we can be a shining light in the midst of darkness, offering hope and love to those around us.
"May our faith in God's providence sustain us and bring us closer to Him, even in the face of adversity. Amen.”