Call for national prayer and fast on July 13,14 amidst violence and anarchy

SA Back to God has called on Christians in South Africa to participate in a national prayer and fast on Tuesday and Wednesday for an end to outbreaks of violence and anarchy triggered by the imprisonment of former president Jacob Zuma.

“This is clarion call for the nation to Fast and pray.  Our nation is in a state of anarchy as a result of the Judgement passed down by the Concourt as per Jacob Zuma and his imprisonment,” says SA Back to God in a message to SA Christians.

“Our foundation scripture is found in Ezra 8:21-23. The children of Israel’s safety was in jeopardy, they saw the future of their children’s safety being in trouble.  SA Back to God calls on EVERY LEADER to consecrate the 13/14th of July to PRAYER AND FASTING.  We will witness MIRACLES and a CESSATION of VIOLENCE, as Heavens Armies are released through our Prayers.  We ask for families, business’s church’s to pray together in small groups throughout these two days,” says the message.

Prayer points for the time of prayer and fasting are:

  1. Destruction of altars of violence
  2. Protection for SA and her people
  3. Peace in South Africa.

You are invited to join live Facebook Video prayer events at 1pm on Tuesday July 13, and Wednesday July 14 on the SA Back to God Facebook page.

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