20 March 2017

Largest day of prayer in SA history

“After 22 April, South Africa will be a changed country,” says Angus Buchan. He is referring to the “It’s time” gathering that will take place on a farm 4 km outside Bloemfontein and is expected to draw a crowd of over a million South Africans.

All indications are that this will be the largest day of prayer in the history of South Africa.

“The day of prayer is intended for all South Africans of all genders, races and denominations who are concerned about the malice, hatred, violence, murder and corruption in the country,” says Buchan.

He says it is time to stop pointing fingers, disparaging and insulting, and to acknowledge that we are all to blame in some or other way and should embrace one another in Christ. 

“It’s time to suit the action to the word. We declare war on the disregard for human life and unkindness. On 22 April, we will be drawing a line in the sand.”

The seed for the gathering was planted when a Whatsapp video did the rounds with a desperate outcry for Buchan or any other spiritual leader in South Africa to intervene and arrange such an event. When Buchan replied by posting a video on social media, he received 1,8 million responses within hours.

Meanwhile, preparations on the farm Wilde Als outside Bloemfontein to accommodate a million people are under way. 

It will be a day event from 10:00 to16:00 on Saturday 22 April. Only toilet facilities will be provided. All those attending must be self-sufficient with their own food and water. Tent and caravan stands will however be provided on neighbouring farms for people who wish to arrive the previous day. Thousands are expected to be accommodated in the guesthouses and on the guest farms in the Bloemfontein area.

Buchan appeals: “22 April will be a day much talked about by generations to come. Be part of the future and come and join us in prayer.”

For any further information, visit www.angusbuchan.co.za

(For media enquiries: Merentia van der Vent 074 181 7899 or merentia@104fm.co.za)

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  • Cyril Rutters

    It is scriptural to pray for good government!! 1 Timothy 2:1-4 KJV.
    Good government facilitates the preaching of the gospel while bad government hinders it. Hence good government is the will of God. Then according to 1John 5:14-15, if we pray according to his will we know that we shall receive good government!

    • dv

      Wel,well,South Africa really needs some omniscent power to safe itself from a criminal destructive government ( like the zimboons in Zimbabwe).Africa run by its indigeneous since their independence has been catastrophic and no God or invisible force has prevented it. Its man driven by his mindset and emotion that needs to change the direction their country is going….so yes get together ,pray and hope for better times…but its man taking action that will change the position.

  • Cyril Rutters

    What is “good government ” ?