A top American citizen and minister of the gospel representing world delegates to the 2016 Holy Ghost Congress of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has sought prayers for divine intervention for his country, the United States of America (USA).
Minister Carlos Malavi from Houston, Texas, said the USA is in desperate need of prayers, lamenting the sins of his country are too many.
“My country needs the prayers of all the faithful around the world.
“My country is in desperate need of the gospel; please come to America,” Malavi said on Friday night of the Holy Ghost Congress.
Although the inauguration of the President-elect of the USA, Donald Trump, is fast approaching, protests have continued to question the credibility of the electoral process.
While President-elect Trump has reiterated commitments to bring about a total turnaround in the USA, the President-elect has reneged most of his campaign promises.
Minister Malavi said at the Congress that disobedience to God, racism, greed and the oppression of the poor has eaten deep into the very fabrics binding the foundations of the USA, believing that only prayers can bring about the turnaround the US desperately needs.
“My country needs complete restoration; needs to be made anew like as the day of Pentecost.
“I beseech you, please pray for my country, the sins of my country are too many,” Malavi said.
Meanwhile, in hope to restore the American dream, Trump has since been carefully picking his cabinet members one after the other awaiting his inauguration on Friday January 20, 2017 in Washington D. C. as the 45th President of the US (POTUS).
In her comments, the wife of the General Overseer of the RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, Mrs. Tolu Adeboye said “almost all the nations of the world need restoration,” adding that Nigeria is the nation that needs restoration the most.
The woman of God said “disobedience to the laws of the land and disobedience to God leads to limitation of nations”.
“We have seen all what is happening in our nation,” Mrs. Adeboye said.
“The suffering is in every home,” she added.
While Mrs. Adeboye said leadership is very crucial to any nation, she has been interpreted to have said the economic setbacks greeted by recession in the country Nigeria was because “we are disobedient”.
“We are disobedient in this nation,” she decried.
Stressing that it is only the restoration that comes from God that is sure, she lead congregants who occupied the new RCCG 3 kilometres by 3 kilometres auditorium to overflow in prayers for all nations of the world using the nation Nigeria as a point of contact.
Mounting the pulpit, Pastor Adeboye, who said “I once asked God to kill me” at the Holy Ghost Congress, narrated a time “Nigeria was living under a siege”. He said “There was a reign of terror” in the country until “the man” behind the terror reign was ousted.
“The man,” whom the RCCG pastor did not mention his name, whom he said has since been overthrown, he said “Unless you removed that man, your plan won’t work”.
Pastor Adeboye who said he would not call himself a prophet, concluded his “Complete Restoration” message by praying for the complete restoration of the country Nigeria and its citizenry, and the complete restoration of nations of the world at large.
The Holy Ghost Congress was well attended by top government officials including the deputy president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo, and the governor of Lagos state, Akinwunmi Ambode.
Also present at the Congress were anointed men of God including Rev. Dr. Felix Omobude, Bishop Mike Okonkwo, Pastor John Watson, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo, and Pastor Stephen Rathod.
Also read: I once asked God to kill me – Pastor Adeboye.