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Half night of united prayer at PE church ahead of no-confidence debate

 

Church Leadership Group urges PE Christians to join march against state capture, corruption tomorrow

South Africa is in crisis and its time to pray, say the organisers of a half-night of united prayer for the nation in Port Elizabeth ahead of tomorrow’s no-confidence debate against President Zuma in parliament tomorrow.

Word of Faith Christian Centre (WOF) is hosting the prayer event — from 7pm to 11pm — involving 14 Nelson Mandela Bay churches with a vision “to pray that the powerful prophetic words of blessing come to pass in Port Elizabeth and South Africa” says WOF in a press release.

“We invite every person who has faith for a miracle and is concerned about the crisis to join us even if it just for one hour,” says Dr Jimmy Crompton, Senior Pastor at WOF.

Pastors from around the city who will be leading the prayer gathering include:  Dr Jimmy Crompton – WOF, Adv Richard Crompton – WOF, Mark Scholtz – Harvest Christian Church, Dr Dave Pedersen – Fountain Vineyard, · Neville Goldman – Ebenezer Christian Centre, Jerome Liberty – Victory Ministries International,  Bishop Alidi – Zolile Dayimani – Family Worship Centre, Afrika Mhlope – Good News Community Church, Pierre Van Wyk – Dutch Reformed Missionary, Walter Shaidi – Infrastructure and Engineering Executive Director, NMMM, Fred Blignaut – WOF, The Branch, Greg Morton – WOF, Central, Lance Grootboom – Committee Chairman of City Council, ans Braam Botha – Doxa Deo.

“We will seek the Lord’s wisdom for our leaders and the future of our country. We will pray that
God’s glory will be manifested in Word of Faith Christian Centre, Port Elizabeth and South Africa.

“We will pray for the protection of our children, our families and our spiritual leaders. We will pray that
God’s plan for our city and country will come to pass. We will pray that God will raise up the standard
and that we will see a dramatic change in our crime rate, our economy and the finances of the
households across our city. We will pray for rain. Prayer works. Prayer changes things. Let’s pray.

“We can exercise our God-given authority over our nation to change the destiny of South Africa. The
church of Port Elizabeth is gathering together at Word of Faith Christian Centre to exercise our
authority and call on God to transform our nation. “And I will give you the keys of the Kingdom of
Heaven.

“Whatever you forbid on earth will be forbidden in heaven, and whatever you permit on
earth will e permitted in heaven” Matthew 16:19 NLT. Don’t sit at home and worry and complain.
Come and pray that God’s will e done in South Africa as it is in Heaven” says Adv
Crompton.

  • The Nelson Mandela Bay Church Leadership Group has also called on churches in the area to participate tomorrow (Tuesday August 8 2017) in a march against state capture and corruption — and for peace and justice. The march starts at the New Law Courts in North End at 10am and ends at the City Hall, where a programme is due to start at 12.30pm.
 
 

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