Call to take prayer stand on Israel, national sins on February 25

Christian nation-building movement Time2RiseSA (T2R) has called on SA Christians to unite in a national day of prayer and fasting at 4pm on Sunday February 25 to separate from the government’s position on Israel and to repent of national sins.

“As Christians in South Africa, we are distancing ourselves from the government’s decision to charge Israel with genocide at the International Court of Justice (ICJ), among other actions that are clearly against God’s Word,” says T2R in its call to prayer.

The call message continues: “We come before the living God to seek repentance for the sins in the land according to 2 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.’

“We unite all over South Africa to publically: 1. Distance ourselves from the government’s current position on Israel. 2. Repent on behalf of the sins committed in South Africa, especially: • 27 years of abortions since it was legalised on 1 Feb 1997 (over 7 million) • the countless murders, rapes, violence, crime and corruption • the negligent collapse of much-needed systems in society • the doors that have been opened for evil to cause destruction. 3. We pray for the peace of Jerusalem and for divine intervention in South Africa. 4. We pray for Revival and the Rebuilding of the nation, based on God’s Word.

“We call on all Christians to start planning gatherings at strategic places all over South Africa. Key cities will also be identified. The program will be communicated later.

“Send confirmation of your town’s planned prayer meeting for that day to Amanda at 0834073161 (WhatsApp only).”

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