Speaking during a crusaders camp held under the theme “Contending for faith” at Green Gables Farm in Bulawayo, Apostolic Faith Church of Portland Oregon in Southern Africa, Reverend Richard Sibanda urged attendees to pray for Emmerson Mnangagwa.
He said the duty of Christians is not to question God’s will but to support it with prayer. Said Sibanda:
Our duty is not to question God’s will. Let us pray for our President Emmerson Mnangagwa so that the Lord can open his eyes and help him through the way. We know he is going through a tough time and as Christians, our duty is to support him with prayer. In the Bible we have so many examples of people who wanted to fight the men of God but they fell by the wayside the moment God intervened. President Mnangagwa was chosen by God to steer the Zimbabwean ship forward, let us support God’s will with prayer. What Zimbabwe needs is prayer and nothing else. We can try all we can but nothing beats prayer. No matter what challenges we face, let us unite as a country and pray and things will work out for the good.
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