Prophet Mbewe vows to apply spiritual warfare to block ‘evil’ Arbortion Bill passing

Leaders of various prophetic ministries and churches in Malawi have vowed to take any steps possible to stop Parliament from debating and passing the proposed Termination of Pregnancy Bill into law.

Prophet Mbewe–We will not allow shedding of the innocent blood–Photo by Watipaso Mzungu, Nyasa Times
A cross-section of journalists who attended the press briefing by Prophet David Mbewe and other prophets–Photo by Watipaso Mzungu, Nyasa Times

But the prophets, who were led by Prophet David Mbewe of the Living Word Evangelical Church (LIWEC) during a news conference held in Lilongwe on Monday, have ruled out the possibility of holding mass protests to achieve their goal.

Mbewe stated that as prophets of God, their voice is enough to stop the evil that ‘other people are planning’.

“We are not going to demonstrate, but I can assure you that we are going to do something to ensure that this bill doesn’t pass. Our voice is more than demonstrations,” he said.

“We are saying no blood shedding in Malawi through abortion. Why are we rushing to kill? So, we appeal to the MPs not to allow this bill to pass,” he emphasized.

Mbewe said the prophets will work closely with the media to defend the rights of the unborn children.

Two weeks ago, clergymen and women, riding on the banner of the Episcopal Conference of Malawi (ECM), Malawi Council of Churches (MCC), Evangelical Association of Malawi (EAM) and Quadria Muslim Association of Malawi (QMAM), also vowed to take any steps towards frustrating efforts by the members of Parliament (MPs) to debate and pass the bill.

Led by the Head of the Archbishop Thomas Luke Msusa of the Archdiocese of Blantyre, the faith leaders addressed journalists in Lilongwe where they reiterated that abortion is murder, arguing life begins at conception.

“We, the religious mother bodies in the country, would like to reiterate our position that we celebrate, protect and defend life and the dignity of the human person and we call for collective voice to all Malawians to stand up for the life of all people, including the unborn child. Human life is a fundamental value because God created human being in His own image and likeness, male and female He created them (Genesis 1:27),” said Msusa.

He called upon MPs to reject any calls to pass the proposed bill. Msusa urged constituents in all the 193 constituencies to petition their legislators not to side with ‘genocide of unborn babies in Malawi’ through enactment of the abortion bill.

“The government, in collaboration with the private sector and other key stakeholders, should quickly join efforts to improve health facilities in our existing hospitals and health facilities, especially in rural parts of this country, in order to adequately handle major health complications, including maternal-related cases for girls and women. Currently, this is a serious challenge,” emphasized Msusa.

A woman who almost aborted some 34 years ago after being impregnated by a neighbor at the age of 15, Eunice Banda, said abortion is evil and risky to a mother’s life.

Banda appealed to all women in the country to join hands in fighting attempts to legalize abortion.

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Alex mgeni
Alex mgeni
8 months ago

akulu awa ndi amene amaliza chuma cha malemu gobede. vey sad.

bararabarara
bararabarara
8 months ago

This pastor is something else! Amanyenga heavy ma members a mu Church mwake. In fact , 90% of the members of his church are young single girls. And he makes sure kukwata at least five every weekend

Bauleni12
Bauleni12
8 months ago

Do these pastors split wide open their holes to give birth? Then shutup!!! Let women decide on this. This issue should be left for our mothers to decide.

Hypocrites
Hypocrites
8 months ago

This so called Prophet rapes women. It’s in the media. He uses pregnancies for juju. So we have a rapist opposing abortion for raped women!?

Mwini muzi
8 months ago

Let the MPs debate the bill and see what they will come up with and protest accordingly.”Thou shall not kill” yet we see Doctors removing the life support machines and Prophets presiding over such funerals.
Some pregnancy health complications have no other options than abortion for example: women with serious cardiological challenges ( e.g weak valve to adequately pump blood to feed the featus). There are also those women who have womb complications for our health facilities to even attempt to deal with.

Chisale
Chisale
8 months ago

Can you please apply that to COVID-19 our beloved prophet before dealing with abortion bill. Thank you in advance.😴😴😴😴

Mzedi
Mzedi
8 months ago

Elections have consequences. The winning party must pay of the debts to finance its campaigns. Some party financiers want money back through contracts and also privatisations. But you sometimes a party is so unlucky that it gets financed by immoral donors who may not be interested in getting money back, all they want to see is moral decay. Abortions, gay marriage, scientology, abandoned cultures etc that’s all they want. They are happy to watch while we sink our own country. As a country we gain nothing from legalised abortions. And if we pass laws just to appease foreign donors then… Read more »

Mavuto
Mavuto
8 months ago

Thanks prophet mbewe. Indeed these MPs need our prayers. You know our MPs always vote based on bribes received. They hate the abortions as much as we do, but if paid handsomely by some unknown benefactor, you will see them voting yes. Even though voting yes is against their conscience.

Zinjanthropus 3
8 months ago

Next time i will be a prophet. ( just make sure you hide your wallets)

Mpweya zii
Mpweya zii
8 months ago

And that’s him talking? Ha ha ha koma Mulungu kumwamba akuziona

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