God is calling His people in South Africa to contend for the fulfilment of His plan to birth the greatest revival in the history of the Earth, said Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng in a message to the nation today.
That prophesied revival is in the process of birth now but the “great red dragon” — the devil — wants to steal the baby before it is born and a war is raging over the destiny of South Africa, he said at a meeting at Kingdom Covenant Life Assembly in Vosloosrus, Gauteng.
Mogoeng, who will complete his 10 year term of office as chief justice on October 11, is embarking on a nationwide series of meetings to share the message which he said the Lord gave him. He emphasised today that he was not making a speech but being obedient to share what the Lord had told him. Key Scriptures through which the Lord had spoken to him included Revelation 12: 1-4, Revelation 2: 20, 21 and 1 Kings 21, he said.
He said the current unprecedented level of immorality and perversion and shedding of innocent blood in SA is evidence of a raging war against SA’s destiny and is partly a consequence of “those with the power and authority to turn the situation around” having allowed it on their watch.
Just as Jezebel had manipulated an innocent man out of his inheritance in I Kings 21, Christians in SA today are being manipulated by Jezebel working through media to believe the messages of the kingdom of darkness and to disbelieve what comes from the Lord, he said.
“Somehow we have forgotten that faith comes from hearing the Word of the Lord and doubt and unbelief and fear come from hearing the word of the devil and his agents,” said Mogoeng.
He urged Christians to know who they are and that God, in His Word, has given us prayer strategies and authority to overcome the dragon and Jezebel.
God, whose foundation is justice and righteousness, has remembered what Africa did for Heaven, he said. He noted how when Herod wanted to kill Jesus as a baby it was Africa who took care for Him. And he recalled how during His last mile of carrying the cross of our sin and shame it was Simon of Cyrene, an African man, who helped Him bear it.
He said that God had decided to remember Africa’s good deeds by birthing the greatest revival in history in South Africa and spreading it through Africa and the world.
But, quoting a prophecy by the late Kim Clement, he cautioned how great outpourings in other nations had fizzled out because they were mishandled by believers.
He said the war against God’s glorious destiny for SA is raging because the devil and his agents know and believe the Lord’s intentions.
“Many children of God know about it too but don’t do anything about it. What a betrayal,” he said.
He listed key aspects that run through a number of prophecies over SA made over a number of years, including glorious wonders, cessation of violence and corruption, economic turnaround, the raising of a godly man to deliver people from bondage, a blueprint for national development, genuine national unity, a united Church and Africa carrying the Gospel to the ends of the earth.
Mogoeng said that in this season God wants the Church in SA to put aside petty arguments, doctrinal differences, tribal, ethnic and racial prejudices and that He will remove all leaders who oppose His will for unity. He also wanted believers to stop playing Church by leaning on their own understanding and to seek Him with all their hearts.
It is time for the Church to get ready for the greatest move of God in the history of the Earth. And a key to this is to follow Paul’s instruction to Timothy and the example of David by “waging war” with the prophecies over their lives, said Mogoeng.
“Prophecy is not self fulfilling,” he said. “We have got to wage war over these prophecies until they are fulfilled. We have the responsibility. We the nobodies. We the ones the agents of the devil want to project as mad people Let us not focus on the agenda of the devil. You can be derailed.”
He urged believers not to be intimidated by the devil and his agents who would insult, inimidate and lie to them.
“You have no idea how much you intimidate them The devil is afraid of us if only we will wake up to who we are [in Jesus],” he said.
During a question time at the end of yesterday’s meeting Mogoeng was asked about the prophetic word about God raising a national leader and whether he would stand for the presidency of SA in 2024. Mogoeng replied that there are a number of people who say they are called to lead the nation.
“All I can say is I am ready to do whatever the Lord wants me to do,” he said.
He said while it was good to pray for the 2024 elections we should not confine our prayer to 2024.
“Do not limit God. He is a God of ‘suddenlies’,” he said.
Tomorrow (Thursday September 23) Mogoeng will share his message at 11am at Grace Kingdom Community Centre in Garankua. That meeting, like today’s will also be streamed on Facebook and Youtube at HealingthenationofAfrica.
Other confirmed meeting dates are October 7 in the Northern Cape, October 21 in Cape Town, November 18 in Port Elizabeth, November 19 in East London, November 20 in Mthatha and November 25 in Standerton, Mpumalanga. Other dates and locations are still being finalised.
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