Pentecost centre to pray for  troubled Malawi

Pentecost International Christian Centre (PICC) are set to host prayers on March 3 where congregates will pray for Malawi’s failing economy to seek God’s intervention.

Pastor Esau Banda

Pastor Esau Banda

Pastor  Esau Banda of PICC Said the need to pray for Malawi  comes from the realization of pain that the country has gone through.

He said the prayers will be held under the theme “Out of the Horrible Pit.”

Banda said the theme is taken from Psalms 40:1-2: “I waited patiently for the Lord; and He inclined to me, and heard my cry. He also brought me up out of a horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my steps.”

He called on people of other denominations in the country to join PICC for the “seven-hour [8am-3pm] intensive battle against forces of darkness for the rescue of this nation.”

The prayers will take place at PICC headquarters in Lilongwe situated along Kaunda Road, Opposite the Area 49 Town Houses.

“The psalmist had to cry out to the Lord for him to be brought out of the horrible pit and the bible says that the Lord inclined to him and heard his cry, as a nation we must cry out to God for Malawi and surely, God, who is no respecter of persons, will hear our cry.

“The result of the prayer of the psalmist was that God brought him up out of the horrible pit and out of the miry clay and set his feet upon the rock and his steps were established,” said Banda.

He added: “We have the same confidence in praying for Malawi, this nation must not continue in its current path, something new must happen in this land, but it takes the prayers of the saints for this kind of change to happen. If there is somebody to pray, there is a God to answer.”

He asked those that will attend the prayers to fast on the day saying Jesus in Mark 9:29 had said “This kind goes not except by prayer and fasting.”

“We encourage all intercessors and well-meaning inhabitants of the land to join us on this day. Let us pray for Malawi. God is ready to hear and answer our prayers.” he said.

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6 thoughts on “Pentecost centre to pray for  troubled Malawi”

  1. Tt says:

    Only IDIOTS speak to their imaginary friend! Not even monkeys pray for help from a supernatural entity!

  2. Mr. Banda says:

    Everyone who is doing Malawi any kind of evil including denied access to food, economic instability, prolonged over spending on useless political propaganda and over dependance on aid. Our mission and objective for Malawi to vote fordemocrancy in1993 was to increase levels of transparency, accountability, political will and fair livelihoods of the citizenry regardless of political affiliation, race, region of origin,sex etc. Asking God to intervene is another or else the last option. When He does, we expect results and
    Most often times the results are aggressive, good for everyone. There is no any literature tthat I’ve ever read that God hasn’t answered when asked to intervene in issues of national importance. When Moses was coming out of Egypt after noticing a great sea in front and Egyptian army behind, he knew the troubles incoming and asked God to intervene. On the spot God had to command waters to divide and they crossed over a dry ground. This God we are talking about will never abandone as to be attacked by a fierce and cruel leadership. He will do something and Malawi will cross on a dry ground. I would ask all those playing down the probability to come along on this day so they should as well see the wrath of God. Lets observe the theme and come in numbers. The national anthem summarize everything here. God bless Malawi!

  3. citizen says:

    Pray for those who harvest from the poor and those who cut trees wantonly and scare the rains away.

  4. The Real Analyst says:

    Only hard work will rescue Malawi from poverty and suffering. I’m not against prayer- I think it’s good because it psychologically makes people believe that things will be ok. But we must add hard work to it. We should also be more discerning at the polls. We vote unwisely that’s why we end up with accidental presidents.

  5. kukhala says:

    GOOD IDEA AND I SUPPORT YOU . ALL THE BEST AND LOOKING FOR SPIRITUAL SOLUTION (S) FROM OUR LORD GO ALMIGHTY

  6. Henry chikafa says:

    that’s the way to go pastor.

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