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VIEW ABOVE: The latest message from Angus Buchan on the ‘It’s Time’ national day of prayer
Many people who want to be on Wilde Als farm near Bloemfontein on Saturday April 22 2017 to be part of a vision of gathering over a million Christians to pray together at one place are asking the event organisers, Shalom Ministry, for information about camping, parking and other practical details.
Other than confirming that camping facilities will be available in the area, the Shalom Team are urging people to be patient for a little while longer as they finalise arrangements for the huge event which farmer evangelist Angus Buchan called for three weeks ago.
A spokesman for Shalom said to Gateway News this week: “Please understand this is a mammoth task to organise and we just don’t want to put out incorrect info and have to retract it. We are hoping that within the next few days things will be confirmed and with that all the information will be readily available for everyone from what to bring along, to parking logistics and camping etc.”
And in an update posted on the Angus Buchan facebook page this week, Clive Tedder and the Shalom team, provide a similar assurance that the details that everybody wants will be made available soon,
“We are aware that many of you are requesting more information with regards to the It’s Time event. Please be sure that we are working together with the following organisations for the most workable solution for camping.
“- Disaster Management
– National Roads
– Traffic Authorities
– Bloemfontein Municipality
“Please be assured that our team will inform you as soon as possible of all options that will be made available for you. We appreciate your patience in this.”
The post calls for prayer for the event.
In a video message released on Monday (See top of page) Buchan says he has never been so challenged or excited.
Directive from God
“You need to be there. I know in my heart it’s a directive from God,” he says to Christians in South Africa.
He says the event will not be livestreamed because God is not calling people to pray at home but to pray together in one place.
“You say Angus, it’s going to be inconvenient for me. Of course it is — it’s inconvenient for me as well. John Chapter 12, Verse 24: ‘Unless a grain of wheat falls to the ground and dies it abides alone but if it dies it bears much grain’.
“We have got to go the extra mile. My dear friends, this is a critical time in our nation. We need to be together in one place at one time.”
He urges people to consider sponsoring buses and helping poor people to get to the prayer day.
Updates on event news and arrangements are being posted on the Angus Buchan Facebook page.