Week 33 – Governmental Prayer Watch

Click here to download Prayer Points: 16 – 22 March 2020

  1. Fear and Panic – Coronavirus

Pray distraction over the media, as they are the vehicle the enemy is using to spread fear and panic.  We pray for other leading stories to distract from this story.  We continue to pray for our nation to be properly educated and prepared, for the virus to have minimal effect. Psalm 46:2, Psalm 91 Continue reading “Week 33 – Governmental Prayer Watch”

Week 31 – Governmental Prayer Watch

Click here to download Prayer Points: 2 – 8 March 2020

Good day intercessors. Let’s continue to pray fervently for our nation!! Let His will be done, let His Kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven.

  1. The Automotive/Manufacturing Industries: Deuteronomy 30:9

Father, we commit our automotive and manufacturing industry to You and we pray that You will have mercy. We ask that Your favour will rest upon South Africa and these industries. We ask that even in these challenging economic times that you will make a way for increase. Let new motor-vehicle manufacturing plants be built and existing factories be extended. Let there be no job losses, but rather increase in employment in Jesus Name. We ask Father that you would restore our manufacturing industry and that more local products be produced. We pray for understanding between employers and employees. May there be mutual commitment, sacrifice and compassion. Let these industries be restored and increased in Jesus Name! Continue reading “Week 31 – Governmental Prayer Watch”

Week 30 – Governmental Prayer Watch

Click here to download Prayer Points: 24 February to 1 March 2020

  1. Budget Speech of Min Tito Mboweni on 26 February 2020
  • 2 Kings 13:5 “So God provided a saviour for Israel who brought them out from under Aram’s oppression.  The children of Israel were again able to live at peace in their own homes.”

It is very evident that God has a plan with Minister Mboweni.  He is task with an almost impossible task – to turn the economy of South Africa around.  He has many challenges:  the level of state debt, the precarious positions of state-owned enterprises – SAA, ESKOM…. Continue reading “Week 30 – Governmental Prayer Watch”