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Time for Christians to live out their faith without fear — Chief Justice Mogoeng

 

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng swears in members of the sixth democratically-elected Parliament last week (PHOTO: Daily Maverick).

‘Three minutes in Parliament that God used beyond expectations’

Many Christians in South Africa and beyond were inspired when Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng called for three minutes of meditation or prayer for the nation in parliament last week and then knelt down to pray.

But some South Africans took to social media to express their disapproval of Mogoeng’s prayer before swearing in members of the sixth democratically-elected Parliament — and President Cyril Ramaphosa’s approval of his “unprecedented” prayer — which they saw as inappropriate in a secular state.

In an interview yesterday, the Chief Justice said he did what he did in obedience to God’s direction to him, that he acted strictly according to the parliamentary order of procedure for the day laid down to accommodate people of all faiths and people of no faith, and that he had not prayed for some people to be favoured above others — but for peace, national unity and prosperity, and an end to corruption — “all the good things that South Africa needs”.

“Now, how somebody gets to criticise that, I don’t understand,” he said.

Before getting back to the interesting story of how the Chief Justice’s three-minute call to prayer or meditation came about, and what followed, let me report on his answer to my asking him what practical response he would like to see from South African believers who were inspired by his example in parliament on Wednesday last week.

Stop being timid
“I say that South Africans must stop being timid when the opportunity arises for them to enjoy or exercise their constitutional right to pray,” he responded.

He said they should feel absolutely free to initiate prayer at their workplace or wherever they were, with fellow believers or with people who were willing to be in the company of praying Christians.

“I’m here at the Constitutional Court and nothing stops me from saying to a number of people who happen to be Christians, let’s come together at lunch hour and pray together. There is no law against that; on the contrary, there is law in support of that practice.

“We must stop feeling guilty for being Christians. We must stop feeling like we are committing a criminal act when we declare who we are and when we practice our faith. And that, by the way, applies to everybody. Everybody has a constitutional right to live out who they are and what they believe in.

“There has been a trend to try and intimidate Christians out of Christianity. There’s a barrage of attacks against Christians when they seek to exercise their right to live out their faith. I think Christians must rise up against this intimidation, against this attack, and assert their right to exercise Christianity as their faith,” he said.

So, returning to the Chief Justice’s call for three minutes of prayer, I asked him how it came about.

He said that while he was meditating at home on Monday, last week, he had a strong impression in his spirit about the significance of silent prayer and meditation. As he sought the Lord for further revelation, God told him that adults should never embark on meaningless exercises and that the meditation or prayer time should be clearly defined. He should tell people what they would meditate or pray about, and for how long.

God also showed him that the prescribed meditation or prayer slot was not a time to impose his faith on others but an opportunity for all to focus on major challenges currently facing the nation.

And finally, he said the Lord specifically gave him the duration of the meditation/prayer slot: three minutes, with a minute to honour each personality in the Trinity — the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

Introducing the mediation/prayer time in Parliament last week, Mogoeng stressed that it was a meaningful exercise and not a ritual, and he said members should stand, sit or adopt any other position during the three minutes.

Desperate for solutions
Asked about his decision to kneel in prayer, he said: “You know, I am so desperate for solutions for South Africa, and Africa and the world, and the best way I know to appeal to the Lord and demonstrate my humility towards him is either to kneel or to lie prostrate.

“What came to mind was to kneel down and to really appeal to the Lord to intervene — to unite us as the people of South Africa, to help us reconcile with one another as black and white people because there are elements of division there, to open up our eyes to the reality that we can all prosper if only we could be united as we could be as the broader South African family.”

I asked the Chief Justice how he felt about President Ramaphosa’s positive response to his going down on his knees and praying.

“I really was humbled, because I knew that whenever a public official like me openly declares their Christianity or prays, some people respond to prayer as if it is a terrible thing to do. Some people respond to prayer worse than they do to incidents of murder and rape and corruption.

“So, it was quite encouraging that the number one citizen of the country spent quality time expressing appreciation for prayer, and he even told members of parliament — although his remarks were addressed to Honourable Groenewald — that he really wished the prayer was broadcast.

“I was humbled. I really appreciate divine intervention for causing the head of state to express that appreciation. You can just imagine what would have become of that moment of prayer had the president poured cold water on it or treated it as if it was never said.”

Mogoeng added that he was also deeply humbled by the impact that God has caused through his simple obedience to His instructions on how to administer the meditation/prayer time.

“I had messages from men of God from as far as the United States of America — at least three — who had access to the clips and some articles that were written about it and they sent me words of encouragement.

“I had a message, also, from the former vice president of Zambia. He said, you know, tears welled down his face when he saw what the Lord did through me in Parliament. So it looks like God has really used this three-minute incident in a way that none of us could ever have imagined when he instructed me to do it.”

Book of the Law
Questioned about his gift of a Bible to Ramaphosa at his presidential inauguration at Loftus Versfeld stadium last Saturday, he said before Joshua assumed his governmental duties, God gave him guidelines for success — Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful — Joshuah 1:8

“You can never oppress anybody, you can never be unjust to anybody, you can never corrupt the system, if you follow the principles in the Bible as instructed by God,” he said.

Mogoeng said he was blessed to hear that Ramaphosa had tweeted in appreciation of the Bible gift.

I asked Mogoeng what he felt about expectations being expressed in some Christian circles, that despite the absence of dramatic visible changes after the elections, the nation was entering a prophesied time in which the Church would rise and corrupt leaders would be removed.

He said: “I think people must know that a thousand years is equal to one day in the eyes of God. Christians must know that God can give birth to a new nation at once, people must never forget that all creation — the heavens, the earth, the seas and all that is in them, were created in six days. So, there is nothing too hard for God.

“And therefore, we must stop trying to answer our own prayer. We must trust God at all times and depend only on Him and not on our intellect, not on our logic. We must depend absolutely on God and hold onto His promises.

“So once God has released a prophetic word, our responsibility is to hold onto it and pray it into manifestation relentlessly. Remember the story in the book of Luke of that widow, who had to deal with an evil judge. It is an example to all of us, that you need to keep on insisting on this which the Lord says He wants to do until it manifests.

“Pray, fast, link up with other brethren so that the will of God can find practical expression in our lives. So, I am confident that God is about to do what He has always wanted to do. Christians must key into the revival that has permeated South Africa and Africa and never give up, no matter the opposition, no matter the attacks.”

 
 

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  1. Celani Mhlanga Pastor says:

    Glory to Yahweh in the highest for raising Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng as a Joseph of our time, full of boldness to use his position for the advancement of the kingdom of God. I am personally so proud of you sir and pray that we see more and more leaders like you occupying the all seats of authority in so the nations of Africa

    • Spear says:

      Thank you God for using your sevent to spread the gospel of Peace, Democracy and prosperous South Africa
      He just need only Faith on Him. God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. South Africans let us be one both Blacks and whites. Let the spirit of Reconciliation prevail, thank our Chief Jugde Justice. M. M.

      • Sammie Rose says:

        Amein

        Praying for everyone of our brothers and Sisters everywhere, I pray you are blessed in all you do for the glory of God

        • Obiajulu says:

          I get so excited whenever i see or hear things like this.that joy that the kingdome is spreading every were is my happiness.Thank you sir for allowing yourself be a vessel unto honour may keep you in all yourdayz in parliament Amen.God bless the Nation of South Africa, God bless Nigeria and God bless the Continent of Africa Amen

    • Olivia says:

      Thank you for your obedience to the Holy Spirit.What an awesome example.May Father God Continue to use you judge Mogoeng, to extend His kingdom. All honour to God.

    • Mellisa says:

      The Lord will prevail

  2. Albert Mamabolo says:

    I am proud of cj mogoeng mogoeng. It is inspiring to us children of God to stand and be counted. Thou crl is against the church the truth lights of Vod will in the midst of aadversity and rule. No gates of hell will prevail against the church of Jesus Christ. He will built it and He will use pwople luke CJ to do soo.

  3. Michelle says:

    Chief Justice you have made us so proud and restored hope in the hearts of many. Thank you Sir for your obedience. I pray God’s favour and blessing over you.

    • Sibongile Sibamba says:

      I am very proud of you Sir Justice Mogoeng.The gates of hell shall not prevail in our beloved country.I thank God for using you in a tremendous way.It is not by might or by power,but by the spirit of God

  4. So encouraging. Praise be to God. May He place a hedge of protection over our Christian leaders and keep them faithful to His Word. Praying for our country. Amen.

  5. Petrus Malingisa says:

    Thank you very much Chief Justice. This is the kind of leader South Africa needs. Your deeds will never be forgotten. Mr President, may God give you wisdom and knowledge to lead you so that you can lead the Country South Africa.

    #Roma_Nna_Dichabeng_Hake_Fitlha_Ke_Rapele

  6. Drika Kruger says:

    Thank you for you obedience and example. May God bless you.

  7. Prudence says:

    Thank You finally there is someone who prioritise God,Without Acknowledging God SA have no success,We need such people in parliament thank you chief Justice God bless you

  8. Margarete Benjamin says:

    Praise God for our Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng . You are a example for our whole Nation . Thank you for your prayers . We all need to pray as Christians for our leaders . Pirase God many do . You are encouragment for all people in this beloved country . God bless all of you who pray for our Government .

  9. Sanda Katase says:

    We really thank God for wise man like you sir in our country, this brings back hope to us, May the Lord add more wisdom in you.

  10. Isaac Mantsha says:

    Thank you chief justice, Moses of our time

  11. Pumla says:

    Thank you CJ for your obedience to the Holy Spirit. As you were praying tears flowed down my cheeks and I knew this can only be God. Because of that 3 minute prayer, there was a shift in the spirit. As a Christian, it takes courage to make that call. We thank God for leaders of your calibre. I am a proud, born again attorney, I know exactly what you are talking about. Better obey God than man. Bless you man of God, may God grant you the wisdom he gave to Solomon, courage and extend your territory.

  12. Elsa Van Der Westhuizen says:

    Awesome. Praise the Lord and God bless Mr Mogoeng

  13. Ernest Leburu says:

    For people who know their God shall be strong and great exploits. Everyone is ashamed of their believe, it is time even for Chriestians to stand for what they believe in. I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ for it is power unto salvation

  14. Michelle says:

    Chief Justice Mongoeng, I salute you sir…. Time to turn this country from CRY my beloved country to Faith my beloved country…. Rise up SA and take a stand.

    • Sue Jones says:

      Praise the Lord, eventually a light at the tunnel. Thank you Chief Justice Mongoeng,for being true to yourself and God.

  15. Nobubele says:

    Glory be to God! For I am not ashamed of this Good News about Christ. It is the power of God @ work, saving everyone who believes……
    Thank you CJ Mogoeng for adhering to God’s instructions. God bless, strengthen and uphold you.

  16. hannes marais says:

    At last a leader stands up for Christ! Keep praying!

  17. Godfrey says:

    We thank the Lord for giving CJ Mogoeng Mogoeng such a great wisdom and acknowledge the rulership of the Lord Jesus Christ. Thank CJ for imparting wisdom to our President through the book of life Bible. All Praises and Glory to Almighty God Lord Jesus Christ.

  18. Jenny Viljoen says:

    What a awesome man of God !! PRAISE THE LORD !! GOD BLESS YOU !!

  19. Naftali says:

    This is awesome, the divine spirit is sweeping arround SA in south african.

  20. Naftali says:

    This is awesome, the divine spirit is sweeping arround SA in south african.

    From Namibia

  21. Murendi says:

    Let everything that has breath praise the
    Lord 🙌.

  22. Mkhuleko says:

    To God be the Glory and we love you Baba wam and I will pray for you that God should keep you safe and fight your battles and protect your family thanks so much

  23. Mazisi Seku says:

    Thank you Justice we are fully behind you “The glory of this present house will be greater than the glory of the former house,says the Lord Almighty and in this place i will grant peace,declares the Lord Almighty” Haggai 2:9

  24. Nardus says:

    May God Bless. In Jesus name.

  25. Dr M. Peffer says:

    Praise God. Chief Justice you have just initiated the revival many have prayed for, for years. God bless Africa.

  26. Noluthand says:

    My God be the Alpha and Omega of our country.

  27. Irene says:

    Glory be to God. There is hope for our country. The prayers of many Christians have come to fruition.

  28. Natalie says:

    God sent you and South Africa need you God is going to restore our nation.

  29. Margaret says:

    Spiritually encouraging….never ceases praying!

  30. Karin van Zyl says:

    What first came to mind is Matt 5,that the meek will inherit the earth. God’s timing is perfect. May we be reminded of THIS MOMENT when we suffer hardships. May we also be reminded what happens when we obey. When our hearts beat in our ears, but we still go ahead… And the shift happens and God starts to move! All glory to God. Nothing can stop Him now, because of one man’s obedience. Let us be encouraged to do the same in Jesus name amen!

  31. Blessed shall be the nation whose leaders acknowledge the Authority and leadership of God. Believers must not be ashamed to live their professed faith in a creator-God who hears and answers prayer. May God heal and prosper the nation.

  32. Thandiwe Dintwe says:

    May God protect and bless you Mightily as you are the first person to stand up and do what is right for His kingdom Amen.

  33. Mareitumetse says:

    May the Lord almighty continue to use you man of God.

  34. Jandré Dippenaar says:

    I don’t think we should “stop trying to answer our own prayer”. We work and God works (Phil 2:12-13).

    Surely, as we pray for the lost to be saved, we go out and try to save the lost?

    • I get you Jandré. I don’t think the Chief Justice would disagree with you on the importance of being willing and available to be the agents of the good things that we pray for. I believe he was speaking in the context of waiting on prophetic words — saying that we must not miss God’ promises by impatiently acting in the flesh. We must not birth Ishmaels. Even with the salvation of the lost which we know is always God’s will, we have the biblical example of Paul’s willingness to be redirected by the Holy Spirit from his plan of going to Asia, to God’s plan of sending him to Macedonia.

  35. Thanking you for your boldness and obedience to Our Lord and King the Triune God. Praying God’s love and protection over you and your loved ones Chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng.

  36. Wayne says:

    I appreciate immensely what our Chief Justice did at the swearing in ceremony. This was unprecedented. In a way, it freed me to meaningfully call upon God to intervene in the affairs of country. Wayne Thring. MP. ACDP Deputy President

  37. Sandra Hansrajh says:

    I thank God for our Chief Justice, a man chosen to lead SA in this hour. I pray that the Church will also arise in truth and power and shine God’s love and light on this nation and continent 🙏

  38. Alf Ferreira says:

    Let no one think that the exercise of the truth must be seperated from the running of a Government.

  39. Tshaps says:

    We give God all the glory for our Judge who is fearless and stood up for what God is ordained him with he is a leader and we vote him to be the next president of our beloved country.

  40. Roberto Ponzo says:

    If only more men like yourself realized the power of prayer, this country and even the world can be changed through prayer to the one living God Yahweh, this single act of obedience by one man of God has the power to transform this country, we should all as Christians stand up and take example and pray, for the chief justice,for our country and for our government. Though the devil has dominion on this earth we should not be afraid, for his time is short and all shall see the lord Jesus Christ high and lifted up, praise Jesus.

  41. Kim Cornish says:

    Blown away but what our Chief Justice did in Parliament last week. Thank you for your obedience, your courage, your example. Trusting God for great things. Exciting times.

  42. James Mdodana says:

    We praise,God for CJ,you left a mark and legacy

  43. Apst Abe M says:

    Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng,May the Almighty Creator,Jehovah our all in all continue to use you in the mighty divine way.The step you took in the South African Parliament before the President’s inauguartion and the soaning in of the MPS, is truly God’s Divine Intervention. This is a New Beginning – The Fresh Anointing which all South Africans have to embrace.
    “What is agreed upon on earth shall be agreed upon in Heaven. What we loose on earth shall be loosen in Heaven,” so says the Book of the Laws of God.

    Be increased my Chief Justice.

    • Robert says:

      Love your heart for the lord but just a small word missing from you interpretations
      Shall “have” been, you see only God can bind and loose and agree, glory to God.

  44. Martie Venter says:

    I thank God for every Christian leader and will continue to pray for their protection. To God all honour and glory.

  45. Anna Nkomo says:

    Glory to the almighty his appointed solders to serve in dignity and wisdom. It is indeed a good thing to start with God as by the end when there are problems facing the country then prayers are done.

  46. Anita says:

    Cometh the hour, cometh the man
    Thank you CJ that you were obedient when God called you to do this momentous thing for our beloved country.

  47. Jane Longwe says:

    To God be the glory. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom! May God bless you chief justice, may God bless the nation of South Africa.

  48. Sata says:

    “…as you let your light shine you give others permission to do the same…” Indeed thank u for your bold obedience Most Honorable CJ. May God increase your boldness without measure!

  49. Rev James says:

    Yes today you brought light into darkness. God looked for a man, and today he found you. God bless our country South Africa

  50. Mabutsama says:

    This is the beginning of the great things, God bless Afrika!!

  51. Sipho Mabaso says:

    All the Glory

  52. Josy pienaar says:

    Our hearts. Burst of joy for a leader take a step so bravely. Millions of us pray for our government. Thank you sir. Thank you Abba Father for your son.

  53. Juda Shaku says:

    Really I am deeply touched
    We are blessed
    May God hear our cries

  54. Hugh G Wetmore says:

    Let’s not be intimidated by those who deny Christian profession in “a Secular State”, becauuse “Seclarism” is itself a philosophy that controls belief and the way we live. SECULARISM IS A RELIGION AND SUBJECT TO THE SAME REGULATIONS AS OTHER RELIGIONS. The Chief Justice opened the door for 3 minutes of Secular meditation as much as for any other religion. God bless and encourage him! And ALL of us!

  55. Gill wolfaardt says:

    The Chief Justice spoke to God about South Africa ,not to South Africans about God. His humility and faithfulness inspire me and so many others. I fail to see how anyone could be offended. All of us regardless of our beliefs or philosophy, desire the same thing which is good things for our country, equality ,peace love, goodness ,kindness. Against such things there is no law.

  56. Rona van Niekerk says:

    I thank our great God and Father for you CJ. May He bless you indeed for your obedience, and may all of us be encouraged to continue praying for all the Christians whom the Lord has placed in strategic positions throughout SA. Praise be to our mighty God!

  57. Livhuwani Mudzunga says:

    It’s time to celebrate the goodness of God as Christians we must follow what he did and I thank him for obeying God

  58. Marcia says:

    I thank God for this I say south Africa back to God carry on and pray for our land don’t be intimidated by them we thank God for you there my our God protect you there.

  59. Ron Hurt says:

    Praise God for the CJ showing such outstanding Christian leadership, fearless, compassionate and honouring to God.

  60. In His Spirit says the Lord my God we will abide. All over the world the spirit is moving. Thank you

  61. Madala says:

    I personally have been to the ALMIGHTY for a President aligned to the WILL OF GOD ,and now I got a bonus, with a Judge who is also aligned to the will of GOD. Together they set an example of how South Africans should behave. No fear no favour, they both have set the standards of life, it is the duty of all Christians to follow suit. GOD ALMIGHTY will spare us now that we have leaders who fear HIM.

  62. Ruwaida says:

    We serve a mighty an wonderful God. God uses people in many different ways. His word in the Bible speaks of fishers of men and Chief Justice did what our county needed,praying for our country and praying for our leaders. Thank you Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng for being obedient to the word of God.

  63. Charmaine Hensen says:

    If my people who were called by my name will humble themselves & pray and turn from their wicked ways I will hear from heaven and heal their land thank Could for your obedience by standing in the gap for all South Africans May God bless you let us pray without cease Thank You Abba Father

  64. Kindness says:

    Iam humbled by the boldness and faith you carry. May God continue to use you Mr Mogoeng. I salute you

  65. Connor says:

    I am humbled by your boldness and the faith you have. We thank God for you and May God bless you Mr Mogoeng. I salute you Sir

  66. Solani Ntukwana says:

    We thank God for having people like CJ Mogoeng in SA.A man and a servant of God who listen,obey and act upon the instructions that God give to him.May God be with you CJ

  67. Rodney says:

    I am humble the way you stand for what you believe god continue to bless you

  68. Oh God our God, I am so humbled by your obedience and your encouragement to stop being timid as Christians. There is hope for my beautiful country!!! We will keep on praying for you Chief Justice Mogoeng and the other leaders of this country. It is time for change!

  69. Norman Clarke says:

    God will reward the faithful believers who put their trust in the Lord Jesus Christ.

  70. James says:

    I am humble the way you stand for what you believe. May God bless you!!

  71. Baboo Parmahans says:

    Well done judge. We need never to compromise the truth cos it’s the only thing that will set us free. We need to rise to every occasion to proclaim the truth.This country needs JESUS more now than ever. May God give you added strength as you steer this country and all those that are in authority in the right direction. We praying for you. Keep up the good work.

  72. Cheryl van eyk says:

    Praise be to God the father son and holy spirit our prayers are answered THankyou for your boldness GOd is still going to use you for his purpose what an honour

  73. Neville Ross Sealy says:

    Truly inspirational and reminds me (Again) that God plus one is and always will be a majority… No matter what!

  74. Russell Govender says:

    Approaching any subject with such humility and grace is inspiring and cannot be taken likely by any South African especially a call to God for intervention. I applaud the CJ for praying for South Africa.

  75. Dineo says:

    We give God all the Glory and praise for using Justice M M. We are so encouraged. Please South African let us pray for Justice M M and our President to be the vessels of God for prosperity, peace and justice for all in our beloved country. Let’s pray every minute of the their protection and favors of God to cover them.

  76. Ntombikayise says:

    I thank God for this season for Tata Ramaposa to become a leader for SA , and I pray more grace and huminity all the time from God who send him as our Mosses of today.

  77. Eleanor de Freitas says:

    The love and power of God has no bounds, whether of race or adversity. Judge you touched many hearts and shows that we find beautiful spirits in unexpected people. Thankyou judge for your demonstration of love for God.

  78. Ayas says:

    Abba Father! For Thy Kingdom Come,For Thy will be done, Thank you so much CJ. You are David of this time in era.S A belongs to God

  79. Annelize Robson says:

    To God be the glory.
    Thank you CJ Mogoeong for your obedience to God.Many,many people we touched and moved to tears by your humble act of obedience and love for your country. May your life and that of your family be protected by Ps.91
    We love you.

  80. Bongani says:

    Thank you chief justice

  81. Joyce Diko says:

    I thank god for sending you to remind us of who we are and what we live for.Becouse the is nothing impossible with God .It is revealed that its gods time

  82. Bongani Mahamba says:

    Sibonge ndoda kaThixo

  83. Sonia Odendaal says:

    God is glorified by our CJ’s obedience. May this be the beginning of a great revival in our country – the fruit of which will surely be true reconciliation between black and white people! Our country needs this reconciliation!

  84. Mrs. Fiona Jenkins says:

    May the prayers for the nation while at Angus Buchan’s Prayer Day be fulfilled. We see it coming. Praying for Zimbabwe as well. God continue to bless Africa please

  85. Lorraine’s says:

    All glory to God for raising up a man who speaks The Word – May we all rise as one and proclaim our God reigns, He is the Alpha and Omega and we lift His Name on high – eventually EVERY knee shall bow and EVERY tongue proclaim that Jesus Christ is Lord!

  86. Sandra Nathaniel says:

    What an amazing God we serve. He is able to penetrate hearts with negative thoughts to positive response and thinking. I love Jesus

  87. Anna-marie Jvn says:

    I commend u Chief Justice. All Glory to God ofcause. Thank u Lord, it’s time, and your time is Always perfect, raising up a man not ashame to show our Country what was missing all the time. South Africans had to give this land back to God. And u Chief Justice had showed them HOW– on our Knees before our Holy God. Thank u for being a good steward of what God had untrusted to u. God will always accomplish something that He started, and He shall accomplish also in and through u Chief Justice what He had started. In Jesus Name.

  88. Jeff Fetting says:

    You are an encouragement to other believers.We are not to be afraid of being Biblically Correct as opposed to being Politically Correct when it comes to our Faith.God bless you as you carry out your duties as unto the Lord.

  89. Thupana says:

    Glory to God God bless you and give strength and wisdom

  90. Ramabai says:

    Glory to God. This is indeed the answer to the cry of many. To have God fearing people in authority. God bless you Sir

  91. Kariuki Kigo says:

    Thank you Chief Justice for airing your faith in God with love and boldness. May He go before you and secure you, your family and your career as per Psalm 91. Africa has triumphed !

  92. Thandiwe says:

    Thank you Chief Justice.

  93. Thandiwe says:

    Thank you Chief Justice. What a Mighty God we serve.

  94. Neville says:

    Let us not forget in our moments with God as we pray , to also ask for deliverance to our many pastors, preachers ,evangelists and bishops who have become ‘The Word’ themselves!
    Thank you Chief.!

  95. David from the Bible says:

    Indeed God doesn’t forget His people, this is real brethern – lets glorify God, let Him alone shine through our generation. He answered our cry and our fervently prayers for mercy.

  96. Mukhethwa says:

    Gpd is rebuilding our nation.. Our children will grow in a God fearing South Africa, in the promised land

  97. Mukhethwa says:

    God is rebuilding our nation.. Our children will grow in a God fearing South Africa, in the promised land

  98. Joy says:

    I thank God for the Chief Justice, for his obedience to the Lord. We really appreciate this as Christians and also as citizens of SA. As a youth of SA, after reading about crime scenes in some schools and much violence and all the problems youth face. The Lord said the Jesus in us has an eternal and permanent solution for all, as He can change the conscience and hearts of all through prayer and His Word. My prayer is that Christian religion class may be reinstituted in schools as a subject where children can learn at least one scripture per day and taught this kind of prayer and meditation to be able to overcome depression and also empower the conscience to be able to resist doing evil in this last days. Children in the olden days learned to adopt good behaviour from religion as their conscience was strengthened by the word & Prayer at school assemblies.

  99. S’busiso Molosi says:

    So impressive, new dawn has come indeed, God bless my Country, proudly South African

  100. Amanda Mkutyukelwa says:

    What an encouragement to us as believers, we see you as young people.Thank you for obeying God, He is at work, we must not lose hope as believers & as a country. God Bless You, God Bless Our Land & To Him Be The Glory.

  101. Nelisiwe Zuma says:

    Thank you Lord that you can come to a place and space where so many do not expect you. Thank you for using Chief Justice Mogoeng to minister your word. Thank you Baba for your obedience on the Holy spirit. Praise the Lord.

  102. Ian says:

    Just wonderful:thank you:we had a prayer group in the Stock-exchange way back when: prayer works: again thank you; Ian

  103. Magwashe says:

    We thank the Lord for you Chief Justice

  104. Andrew says:

    A true leader. Well done sir!!

  105. Thulani Nxumalo says:

    With so many sad comments, people pretending they understand God, that they Love it, or that it Loves them especially – only then do you realise that this planet is way past gone. Irresponsible people, right from the Judge to everyone here.

  106. Itu Maboye says:

    Powerful testimony right there. Gid bless you Justice Mogoeng. Ke Nako ya Modimo

  107. We rhank God for the life of Chief Justice Mogoeng, 8 hope that our Ntion will change for the best. Amen. By one Prophet Elijah s Prophetic Prayer the whole city changed from the bad water that brought death and unprofuction, the whole citu changed and the re 2as no kore death, corruption.Prophet Chir Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng we thank you that God used you. SRAY BLESSED

  108. Eva Lepan says:

    Our God Almighty,we thank you for using our CJ Moegoeng as our Joseph of today ,to save your children from the enemy and allow the Holly Spirit to guide us,Glory in the highest.

  109. Glory to God indeed God is at work SA will never be the same.God said in his word if you do not worship me i will raise stone..so it is tome to go back to the original plan of God,identity in Christ is very important?God is able..thank you man of God for obeying God and do his command you will prosper.and our president and SA fellows it is wise to do the principles of God and we will be blessed indeed God loves us more than we can imagine he want us to be united, love each other and have faith in him.thank you Chief of justice Mogoeng God will do exploit.

  110. smiso ngcobo says:

    Praise God for our Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng,
    We appreciate your obedience to The Holy Spirit,
    God’s timing is never early never late.

  111. Susan says:

    Awesome, God is the only way to bring our country together. I am so thrilled to see God is present in parliament and our Government. Glory to our God. 🙏

  112. Peter G says:

    If we follow the Lord’s Counsel in the Scriptures we will never be wrong

  113. Daniël says:

    Dear fellow beloved believers of CHRIST.It was within 21 days that I received scriptures after pleading and prayer for our beloved country that are at a bleeding times of prayers asking God intervention to save His people. Throughout the country I felt so much pain and suffering, Bruised knees in pleading prayers to God Jesus our saviour and longing eyes for justice and peace.The sorrowful bleeding eyes of loved ones taken . The Lord revealed the last two scriptures out of seven and two more after He anointed me.And seal it in heaven. I relived the live of Daniel it was terrifying to have witnessed the dreams and the presence of an angel of the Lord in my home at night on that day. 2018-07-23. Everything the land had suffered, God revealed in every question I asked. All in scripture, every answer to my question is in a chapter. Everything that had happened is happening and will happen. It was terrifying to here His voice in scripture and answers and to here him say I have heard everything against Me and saw everything against my people , it was direct to the core of my soul.I felt so much pain and sorrow for my people that is not ready so mush of the world is in them and they will die together, if I don’t say something I would like to shere it, God said I have to. My people must know what is coming. And what it means.

  114. Thembi Nancy says:

    The time has come for our blessed beautiful country. God is great. Chronicles: 7:14 if my people who are called by My name Will humble themselves,and pray and seek my face,and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.

  115. Siphiwe says:

    Our God is in control, now is the time for South Africa to be back to God. In him we trust and in him we have our existence. Glory God Almighty. We pray for you Chief Justice Mogoeng.

  116. John Simmons says:

    Wow How wonderful to have a man of such faith, such integrity and such courage in the position of Chief Justice May we with Him be of one mind, one heart, the heart and mind of Christ in our prayers for our beautiful land

  117. Gerdus Loubser says:

    What an inspiration, and what a leader!! This is what our country, no, THE WHOLE WORLD needs. God bless our leaders. WYSHEID BEGIN BY DIE DIEN VAN DIE HERE. AMEN, AMEN, AMEN!!!

 
 

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