Prayer Campaign 2007FEEDBACK OF THE CONTINENTAL PRAYER AND PRAISE CAMPAIGN TO DECLARE AFRICA FOR JESUS

In different parts of the world, the Body of Christ, Africans and friends of Africa came together in the spirit in obedience to a prophetic mandate.   Christians in many villages, cities and countries gathered July 18-21 to declare and affirm God’s purpose for the nations.  In unity they prayed and repented against the spirit of sin, against poverty, corruption, diseases, etc It was a specific mandate and we know God will continue to bless those who obeyed this call.

In many churches and different denominations, Christians prayed.  In some countries, during the three days of prayers, they went from one denomination to the other and on the last day united in a stadium or open-air grounds to worship the King of all kings together.  They made final declaration that Jesus is the only One Who can bring restoration in nations and allow His wisdom to rule.  For people to  prosper in all area of life we must depend on God.

The continent of Africa has  been ushered  into a new period of grace,  power and opportunities. God has spoken to many men and women through prophecies and through His Word.  We believe nations will start to experience breakthroughs and acceleration of wealth because God’s people have been claiming Africa for Jesus. We united to decree what God had spoken. Now it is time to take nations for Jesus as our inheritance and the end of the earth for our possession (Ps. 2:7-11, Jer. 1:10) It is harvest time, spiritual strongholds have been crippled and demolishes.

Everything that happened in the spiritual atmosphere during July 7 and July 18-21, 2007 cannot be comprehended.  God heard the united voices as they repented in humility and in sincerelity.  People of different faiths, languages, and nationalities united and in one accord spoke the same things for four days concerning the divine purpose for Africa and her people.   It would be encouraging to receive reports from every country of what took place during the four days of prayers. 

Many countries that participated in the Africa for Jesus Continental Prayer Campaign have spoken of the awesomeness of God’s power and presence.  Those who marched around the cities felt the devil was being crushed under their feet, and the spirit of corruption departing in many countries.  Now is the time for the Church to arise and train her people how to take dominion in nations.  Yes, the enemy is bound; we must now take action to disable him with righteousness.   We might never know the full impact of what took place in July.  God saw, He heard and He will reward the faithfulness of His people. 

Below are the countries we know participated to make declaration, we will post  their pictures and feedback as soon as we receive them.  We encourage you to continue to make the same decrees over and over until all of the nations are filled with God’s righteousness.  God rewards those who continue to depend on Him in spite of what is seen in the natural (Ps. 31:19) If your country participated and is not listed below,  please, let us know.  God’s promises will come to pass.  In some countries, prayers were conducted in different regions.  For example in Tanzania,  prayers were conducted in more than twelve regions.   Also the  Nomadic tribe of the Masai, united and held prayers in their bushes. 

To God be the glory.

North Africa:

Egypt, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia,

East Africa:

Burundi, D.R.C., Kenya, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Rwanda, Uganda, Somali Tanzania,

West Africa:

Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Cote d’Voire, Gambia, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo

Southern Africa:

Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

IN OTHER CONTINENTS, THESE COUNTRIES PARTICIPATED;

Australia, Canada, England, Germany, Sweden, Antigua, United States of America, Switzerland, Pakistan, India, Italy, Holland,

 

MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND WE KNOW WHAT HE PROMISED WILL COME TO PASS IF WE FAINT NOT.  Deut. 10:12, Eccl. 12:13