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7Days Monthly Report – February, 2013

7Days"7Days on the Wall 2013" is part of a global awakening of day-and-night prayer.  Many prayer networks have called for this year to be a year of focussed, intensified prayer for revival among the nations.  As the year progresses, it becomes clear that we are only seeing in part of the prayer movement on a national level.  Thousands of believers across the nation are currently busy with a 40-Day Prayer & Fasting for the country.

Over the first 9 weeks of this year, more than 100 groups/churches have engaged in "7Days on the Wall", each taking one week to pray for revival, salvation of the unsaved and social justice.  Some of these groups represented up to 11 local churches working together in seeking spiritual breakthrough in their communities.  Here are some of the stories.

Creative ideas make prayer exciting!

As reports are coming in, it becomes clear that there is a remnant of the nation that has a growing desire for a renewed spiritual awakening across the country. In some cases people are taking hands across the borders of their own congregation to gather as communities before God. This trend expressed itself in various ways. Some cities had as many as 10 churches that each took part in the same week. Building 24/7 prayer chains is most common, whether people pray at home or in specific prayer rooms. Some towns divided the town and allocated a number of streets to be prayer-walked by each congregation. Others organised prayer meetings every night and had special events for the youth/children.

24/7 Crossing Boundaries in Cape Town

One congregation in Bellville formed partnership with two local churches in Khayelitsha (Cape Town). Each church took responsibility to fill up their own "Prayer Wall". This call came from the Headmaster of a school in this area where gangterism flourishes. They finished their week together with a communion service at one of the Khayelitsha churches. (Tertius Bezuidenhout, e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Various churches working together (Brackenfell)

"We had a wonderful week with the whole congregation taking part. Can't remember when our church have prayed so much before! Hearing from the six other congregations that took part, there is a growing expectation of greater things to develop in the community of Brackenfell. I am "super excited" about the rest of the year!" (Jackie, e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Perseverance of women crying for their children (Boksburg)

The Buhle Park Prayer Group in Boksburg started this year, with 30 women that gather twice a week to pray for revival and the younger generation in their Township. For their week of prayer they each chose one hour per day to pray for the whole week. This group have decided to continue praying for another three weeks, trusting God for a breakthrough! (Pinkie, e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Youth engage in prayer walking! (Prieska)

Lots of excitement developed as members of more than 4 local churches in Prieska joined together in prayer for their town. Apart from daily hours of prayer, they also divided the town, allocating certain streets to every congregation to prayer-walk their neighborhood. The Saturday morning, early, they gathered on a "koppie" outside the town to pray together. One of the highlights of the week was the 1000 balloons that were distributed as young people prayed for individuals on the street! (Marius, e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Network of 9 groups still continues after 9 weeks! (Pongola)

9 Different groups have been praying in the area of Pongola (Kwazulu-Natal) since the beginning of the year. They have daily corporate gatherings, praying for revival in their community and the country. (Solomon, e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

How to register your "7Days on the Wall"?

To register your church/group for "7Days on the Wall 2013", and find more resources, prayer information and practical guidelines on how to organise your week of prayer, visit www.globalprayerwatch.org/7days. You can also contact Lizette at the Jericho Walls Office, tel.021-919 7988 or e-mail  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

God will make the wrong things right, when we call to Him day and night!
(Luke 18:7-8)

Let's get on the Wall!

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