7Days Monthly Report – January, 2013

7DaysAlthough many people prayed for the country over the holiday period, we did find a slow start to organised prayer activity in most churches during January, this year. In spite of this situation, more than 40 local churches/groups took part in "7Days on the Wall", each taking one week to pray night and day for revival, salvation of the unsaved and social justice.

 

 

 

Growing desire for revival in SA!

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 most 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.

Women crying for their children

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. (Pinkie, e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Every age group involved!

In Standerton 9 churches took part in a whole week of focussed prayer for revival in their city and the nation. They had a central prayer room where people from different churches took specific slots. At some point 350 High School youth knelt together in the prayer room for their prayer slot. Another afternoon they had a 100 Primary School children with their teachers gathering for their hour of prayer. They never experienced something like this before and see it as the start of something new. (Amanda le Roux, e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Felt like Pentecost!

Pastor Vic Smith from Bronkhorstspruit reports: "Thirty young people took part in an all night prayer meeting and God met with us in a wonderful way in the early morning between 3am – 6am. The praise and worship was so intense that it felt as if God came down from heaven to the earth to meet with us, this was really Pentecost. The prayer-walk was attended by 80 people which was made up of 8 different churches." (Pastor Vic Smith, 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", visit www.globalprayerwatch.org/7days and find more resources, prayer information and practical guidelines on how to organise your week of prayer. 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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