Revival in air ahead of Mogale City crusade –Angus Buchan


Well, having just returned from Mogale City (Krugersdorp), I can smell revival in the air. Jeremiah 33.3 (NKJV) (Jesus’s telephone Number)– “Call to Me, and I will answer you, and show you great and [a]mighty things, which you do not know.

And that is exactly what we are going to be doing on September 24, Heritage Day, in a beautiful, natural amphitheatre, a piece of ground that has been given to us by the Mayor of Mogali City, Counsellor Tyrone Gray. I think he’s probably the youngest executive mayor, in the nation. A lovely young man who has given us his full backing and support.

It only needs one match to start a forest fire. Believe me, I know exactly what I am talking about; I’ve seen it happen more than once.

We are believing for nothing less than revival. Remember John Wesley’s definition of the word “revival” — a people saturated with God.

I was flown by helicopter from Rand Airport to Mogali City and flew very low over Hillbrow and large parts of the inner city of Johannesburg (Egoli), and have seen the desperate cry and need of people for Jesus to undertake for us. So many informal settlements, so much poverty, sadness, brokenness, and it looks like the devil is having a hay day, and no one is standing up against him. They even have given Krugersdorp the nickname of Devils Dorp. What a tragic title that is.

But by the grace of God, we are going to change that name forever — never to be called Devils Dorp again, but to be called Jesus Dorp, Jesus Town. Please pray with us and support us, and most of all, come to the meeting and let us stand up boldly for the name, which is above all names, the name of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who said, if I be lifted up, I will draw all men to myself.

Jesus bless you

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Angus Buchan

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