Â A desperate cry from the hearts of Zimbabwe screams across the world.
Â It calls upon all Christians of every denomination in every nation to
Â their prayers, in churches, halls, homes or elsewhere, on Sunday 27th
Â 2008 on the critical situation in Zimbabwe, a nation in dire distress and
Â teetering on the brink of human disaster.
Â Let the cry for help touch your heart and mind. Let it move you to do what
Â can immediately to ensure this DAY OF PRAYER takes place in your country
Â Please pass on this message right now to all the churches and Christian
Â organisations known to you and to the media as well as to everyone anxious
Â rescue Zimbabwe from violence, the concealing and juggling of election
Â deceit, oppression and corruption, and to bring aboutÂ righteousness, joy,
Â peace, compassion, honesty, justice, democracy and freedom from fear and
Â May a continual strong stream of prayer and supplication flow up to the
Â Lord on
Â behalf of all the people on this DAY OF PRAYER, exhorting His divine
Â intervention throughout the nation.
Â “It is by making the truth publicly known that we recommend ourselves to
Â honest judgment of mankind in the sight of God.” ( 2Â Corinthians 4:2)
Â SOME ADVICE TO ZIMBABWEANS
Â “Who so putteth his trust in the LordÂ shall be safe.” (Proverbs 29:25)
Â “Stand fast, and do not let yourselves be caught again in the yoke of
Â slavery.” (Galatians 5:1)
Â “Make no mistake, you cannot cheat God.” (Galatians 6:7)
Â “Do not be overcome by evil but overcome evil with good” (Romans 12:21)
Â Bob Stumbles.Â Chancellor, Anglican Diocese of Harare.Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 19.04.2008.