She said there was need to seek divine assistance for the nation to witness change from poverty, diseases, violence, blood shedding among other problems.
But she was optimistic that the country would soon experience genuine turnaround.
Mrs. Adeboye spoke at the closing of the 12th Abuja Special Holy Ghost Service held along Abuja – Keffi Expressway, Nasarawa State.
“Nigeria is shining outside. It is known to be flamboyant but 70 percent of the people in the nation are suffering. All forms of sickness we have never heard before are happening. [Read Shocking: Woman pierces her cervix in UK]
“What an evil is happening in this nation, greed, fornication, shedding of innocent blood, idolatory. Tonight we should be sober.”
Speaking on the theme of the service, Who can be against us, If the lord be for us, she referred to 2nd chronicle 15 assuring the congregation of God’s mercy.
The clergy who congratulated Champions of the U-17 World Cup Football Competition, explained that if the team can be victorious, there is high indication that the country will still overcome its challenges.
According to her, in Judges 10 vs 10-15, the clergy said when Israelites were in trouble like the nation, they prayed for deliverance and the lord answered them.
In a special prayer session for the country, she urged the congregation to cry for mercy from sin and for God to cleanse the nation.
She prayed for the youths and peace to reign in the country.
Mummy Adeboye as she is fondly called prayed for President Goodluck Jonathan and the Vice President, Arc. Namadi Sambo to have “a good grip” of the country. She emphasised the President must not fail.
The General Overseer RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye said God was ready to fight the battle bedeviling the nation.
He led the huge congregation to prayer session and assured them of their breakthrough.
The clergy in his sermon “If God be for us”, he read the scriptures; Ephesians 4 vs 1, James 4 vs 7, Revelation 12 vs 11, Philipian 2, Mark 1 vs 23 among others.
Jonathan who was represented by the Minister of Water Resources, Mrs. Sarah Ochekpe said the proposed national dialogue would be beneficial for the people.
He restated his commitment to transforming the country.
Present at the service were
President Goodluck Jonathan represented by the Minister of Water Resources, Mrs. Sarah Ochekpe, Director General, National Identity Management Commission NIMC, Barrister Chris Onyemenam, Directors of Federal Ministries and other important dignitaries.