Apostle Semu appeal for Covid-19 national wide prayers

Apostle Patrick Semu of Shalom Christian Church in Area 23, Lilongwe, has appealed to government officials to mobilize pastors from various churches in Malawi to pray against the coronavirus  (Covid-19) pandemic.

Apostle Semu

Semu made the appeal on Friday during an Interdenominational Lunch Hour Fellowship at Town Hall in Lilongwe.

“We need to gather together as saints to pray to God as we have been doing when we face deadly diseases (Pandemics) and natural disasters such as floods, droughts and emergencies in our country,” Semu said.

He said government should hasten to organize nationwide prayers because the pandemic is fast spreading and killing a lot of people in the country.

Semu  advised that when inviting pastors to attend the prayers, government should consider inviting men of God of good standing in society noting that it is such people whose prayers appeal to God.

“According to psalms 91: 1 to 3 the Bible says “He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. Surely he will save you from the fowler’s snare and deadly pestilence,” he assured.

Currently, Malawi has recorded 2069 Covid-19 cases including 31 deaths, of these cases 722 are impoted infections and 1347 are locally transmitted.

Cumulatively, 379 cases have now recovered bringing the total number of active cases to 1659.

The average age of the cases is 34 years, the youngest case is aged one month, the oldest is 82 years and 72 percent are males. So far, the country has conducted 192, 976 virus tests in 39 test centers.

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Kingkong

Grown ups who still believe in magic beans. Avoid crowded places, wash your hands frequently, avoid touching your face and we should all wear face coverings when in public places. This will slow down the infection. People crowding in places of worship and shouting will only make it worse. Wake up!

Nambuma Girl
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Nambuma Girl

It is a welcome idea though I don’t agree on this phrase “Government should consider inviting men of God of good standing in society noting that it is such people whose prayers appeal to God”. No, prayers from all of us, His people even from sinners appeal to God. We are the same in the eyes of God. In His eyes, we are the same.

TRUTH
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TRUTH

The devil organising prayers. Mr Semu government is part of the devil!!!!!

Mwini muzi
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Does the government need to invite pastors really? If you are a Christian, you automatically pray for your government for peace, good governance and you pray for your nation against its enemies: poverty, hunger, deseas and envy.

Mwini muzi
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Does the government need to invite pastors really? If you are Christian, you automatically pray for your government for peace, good governance and you pray for your nation against its enemies: poverty, hunger, deseas and envy.

S Monjesi
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S Monjesi

yes as a nation we need to pray in unity, but still any individual has a responsibility to pray if he/she believes in God. pls also note not all prayers reaches to God you realy need to be good standing in God (Isaiah 59:1-2), lets pray for God’s mercy

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