When he spoke to a gathering in Mahikeng, North West in September about warring in prayer over prophetic words about South Africa, Mogoeng Mogoeng was Chief Justice and he had no plan to embark on a national speaking tour.
But God did, as He first revealed to others and then to Mogoeng himself. Then, in a manner for which he has become known, Mogoeng stepped out in obedience to begin a journey across SA to share a message to the nation about praying over prophecies to prepare for the greatest revival the world has ever seen.
During the last weeks of his decade in office at the head of SA judiciary he shared his revival message in Vosloosrus, Garankua and Kimberley. And since leaving office he has spoken in Cape Town on October 21 and today he addressed a gathering at the Word of Faith Christian Centre in Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth) where he described himself as a pensioner obeying the Lord. In fact “pensioner” Mogoeng leads a prayer movement called Healing the Nation of Africa and is accompanied on his road trip by a contingent of committed intercessors who are part of the movement.
The core of Mogoeng’s message, which he delivers with conviction and authority, is to call on believers to take responsibility for fulfilling a prophesied great revival that has started by praying diligently over words (which can be downloaded online) spoken by various prophets from 2008 until this year regarding God’s plans for restoration, reformation and revival in SA that will impact Africa and the world.
But his message and the meetings do vary from venue to venue. Yesterday Mogoeng and members of his team shared how God led them to come to PE which was not on their original itinerary and to the Word of Faith Christian Centre, which they learned was a place where the late international prophet Kim Clement was mentored. One of the key prophecies that Mogoeng highlights is a 2008 Kim Clement word.
Yesterday’s full meeting can be viewed on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HealingTheNationOfAfrica/ or on YouTube at https://youtube.com/c/HealingTheNation
Some of the themes he touched on were how God rewards believers who hold onto His Word by faith no matter what, a great revival in prayer, the power of unity in the Body of Christ, trusting and obeying God, spiritual warfare, forgiveness and loving enemies, repentance and holiness, God’s pre-eminence in all spheres of government and the need for Christians not to shy away from politics, and testimonies about unlikely doors that God opened for him. He drew extensively from Scripture in unpacking his topics.
The online recordings of yesterday’s meeting also include a message by Apostle Linda Gobodo on the Kingdom lifestyle and the government of God.
Today Mogoeng is sharing his message to the nation in East London, at the Downtown Christian Centre in Southernwood from 11am. Further stops in his itinerary are Mthatha (November 20, 10am, Riverside School Hall, Corona Village A/A), Durban (November 21, 6pm, New Covenant Fellowship, Red Hill), Standerton, Mpumalanga (November 25, 11am, Standerton Auditorium), Polokwane (November 27, 2pm, Hayani Lodge), Kroonstad (November 30, 11am, Voice of Victory Kroonstad).
You can join today’s session in East London online at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HealingTheNationOfAfrica/ and on YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/HealingTheNation
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