Every day from Wednesday July 14 until Tuesday July 20 you can join a powerful hour of united online prayer for South Africa from 12pm to 1pm led by different prayer leaders across the country.
The campaign was birthed after prayer leaders Graham Power and Bennie Mostert contacted other SA prayer leaders on Tuesday and shared their conviction that a coordinated prayer response was needed to unite as many South African Christians as possible to pray together for an hour a day at a time the nation is dealing with looting, lawlessness and rising Covid infections.
You can join in the daily prayer hour on Facebook Live (Global Voice of Prayer Facebook page) or on Youtube (Global Voice of Prayer channel). Prayer points and more information about the campaign, which is supported by multiple of SA prayer networks and ministries, are available online at: Heal our Land – Global Voice of Prayer
The theme for the week is 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 I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.
On each of the seven days of prayer, leaders will focus on one of the seven different components of the theme verse as follows:
Day 1 – If my people who are called by my name will humble themselves
Day 2 – and pray
Day 3 – and seek my face
Day 4 – and turn from their wicked ways
Day 5 – then I will hear from heaven
Day 6 – and I will forgive their sins
Day 7 – and will heal their land.
The Heal Our Land campaign has also set up a an emergency relief fund for KwaZulu-Natal where people are in dire need of basics like food, medicine and formula for babies. See details below:
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