HomeNewsSouth Africa[WATCH] Sign of God’s forgiveness seen in prayer-day whirlwind — Video

[WATCH] Sign of God’s forgiveness seen in prayer-day whirlwind — Video


The Lord accepted South Africa’s repentance at the “It’s Time National Day of Prayer”, says Dr Des Rose, who was a volunteer at the historic Bloemfontein gathering and a witness to a whirlwind at the event, which he believes was a sign of God’s forgiveness and intention to pour out His Spirit in South Africa.

He says the country’s believers should walk in the encouragement that we are forgiven and that the Lord is going to heal this nation.

Watch his video:



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  1. June says:

    Praise the Lord

  2. Billy says:

    Des, has a strange grasp of English or Scripture.

    There is a big difference between REPENTANCE and CONFESSION.

    Our nation or at least a million Christians confessed their sins with Angus on the 22nd April, but let’s not fool or selves about repentance.

    Repentance is a turning away from sin not telling God you sorry!

    Secondly where is his Scripture reference?

    Thirdly where in Scripture is sin and the colour brown references?

    Sorry I am impressed that the man is a servant leader he should have stopped there.

    • Hugo Rademeyer says:

      Repentance is certainly is not merely to turn away from sin. If you repent from doing something wrong, you name your sin/wrongdoing and ask that person to forgive you.

      • Billy says:


        Definition of repent
        intransitive verb
        : to turn from sin and dedicate oneself to the amendment of one’s life
        a : to feel regret or contrition
        b : to change one’s mind
        transitive verb
        : to cause to feel regret or contrition
        : to feel sorrow, regret, or contrition for

        From – https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/repent

        Definition of confession
        a : an act of confessing; especially : a disclosure of one’s sins in the sacrament of reconciliation
        b : a session for the confessing of sins go to confession
        : a statement of what is confessed: such as
        a : a written or oral acknowledgment of guilt by a party accused of an offense
        b : a formal statement of religious beliefs : creed the Augsburg Confession of the Lutheran Church
        : an organized religious body having a common creed


        So when we see the nation turning from sin. When we see our nation turning from sin not just confessing our sins we might realistically expect God to heal our nation.

        For the present it appears to be a case of,

        These people say they are mine. They honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. And their worship of me is nothing but man-made rules learned by rote.” Isaiah 29:13

  3. Billy says:

    Sorry would like to edit the part that says Des “has no grasp” to read “a strange grasp of English”