Janet Brann Hollis and her team at SA Back to God have embarked on a 21-day prayer and fasting campaign for the upcoming local government elections.
She says that while SA’s governance and cities are in a deplorable state, God has been speaking to her and her team for a while about a “new era of governance” that He wants to effect through the elections.
Due to strongholds of corruption, witchcraft, antisemitism and violence, together with many other issues, the need for prayer and fasting has never be greater than now, she says.
“That release of godly governance, and the election and re-election of independent candidates and governing officials who have served their cities well can only happen if we, the Church, pray. There are many testimonies of the destiny of nations being reversed and cancelled through the Church taking up their mandate to pray for godly, righteous governors,” she says.
You are invited to join the SA Back to God team and other leading prayer ministers as the pray each morning at 6am on the live Facebook platform of SA Back to God.
“We are trusting God to raise up the ecclesia to legislate in the spiritual through prayers, decrees and fasting, for the future of South Africa. South Africa needs your prayers, South Africa needs your sacrifice in prayer over this time,” says Janet.
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