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During the time the Prophets gathered together the Lord revealed specific strategies of the enemy concerning our nation. Here as in an important Prayer directive for South Africa in this coming time!

  • Pray for our military generals who will be drawn into a struggle for political power in this country. Pray for these military leaders to have God’s wisdom and not be swept away by emotions.

As the ANC elective conference approaches please pray for the following in regards to South Africa and this crucial time!


  • Pray that government will face the many challenges, instead of being concerned with maintaining their own power base. 
  • Pray that the spirit of dictatorship that is over much of Africa will not creep over the borders of South Africa. 
  • Earnestly pray and seek the Lord that the efforts to oust Jacob Zuma will not cause discord, riots, burning of buildings and upheaval. Pray that in this very crucial time, one bad leader will not be replaced with another. 
  • Pray for Pretoria and the people of the city. Pray that the discord between factions will not escalate in the streets.
  • Pray that people will not be swayed by the feminist or any other movement during the next election, but be open to see what God’s heart is for the nation.
  • Pray against civil war in some locations in the country. Pray against Taxi violence in the big cities. 
  • Pray against the increase of the Muslim voice in South Africa and in the government. 
  • Pray concerning a possible flood of refugees from Africa into South Africa and the problems that it may cause. 
  • Pray for the remnant group of people that have been in government over the years that have been faithful in their duties. Pray that God will encourage them to continue. 
  • Pray against buildings being burnt and shops being looted during riots that may take place because of government being in turmoil. 
  • Pray for the land reform issue. Pray against people who want to disown white land and steal government land. Pray that it will not cause panic, stress and worry. 
  • Pray that the church will step forward to protect and harbour the displaced people. 
  • Pray against murders and assassinations amongst ANC councillors and officials. 
  • Pray against death threats and attacks against clergymen. 
  • Pray for Frank Chikane. Pray that he will heed Gods call to be a voice that will shift the nation. 
  • Pray for Cyril Ramaphosa. Pray that God will use him to unify members from different parties with the same Christian values. 
  • Pray for our military generals who will be drawn into a struggle for political power in this country. Pray for these military leaders to have God’s wisdom and not be swept away by emotions.
  • Pray against the Russian influence on the government and military in South Africa.



God said concerning the SADF:


NEWS24 26 July 2015: The SA army wants you(th)

Johannesburg – As soon as June next year, young people could find themselves forced to become part of a youth military programme as government tries new ways to contain spiralling unemployment.

Over the past few weeks, the presidency’s national steering committee has held marathon meetings amid pressure to finalise details of a youth service programme that could see government sending young people, from the age of 18, to the army for military training.

And the clock is ticking as the deadline for the full roll-out of the plan has been set for June next year.

The ANC-led alliance has already called for the urgent implementation of an improved National Youth Services (NYS) programme in which the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) and various government departments will play a role.

This expanded, multisectoral youth service is set to benefit millions of young South Africans, most of whom are unemployed.

However, there have been differing views on whether it should be compulsory for all young people to join the army as part of national service requirements.

In a interview with City Press last month, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said he would support the reintroduction of conscription, which was scrapped in South Africa in 1994.

“We moved away from conscription too soon. Naturally, we would actually say that every youth person may serve an X number of years or months in the army to be trained because the army is the most equipped structure that could deal with young people in a structured way.


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