Bishop invites you to a prayer day for police

Bishop David Mkhize had a revelation about police officers facing a spiritual attack.

Bishop David Mkhize from the Holy Trinity Church said the locals and churches must unite in prayer against crime.

He will be hosting a prayer meeting for the Secunda Cluster Police on Saturday, 19 August at the Holy Trinity Church in Ext 26.

They will pray for officers being killed, crime against women and children, murder in the area, drug abuse, corruption, and other crimes.

Bishop Mkhize said the prayer meeting will be held because he had a vision in which God revealed to him that there is an attack on the police.

He also saw many police officers committing suicide and killing one another.

“I then said to myself I must do something about what God had shown me.

“We are however not only praying for the police, but it will also be our way of giving them support in what they are doing.

“I invite everybody to join us and we call on the Lord to intervene and help us in the fight against crime in the area.”

For more information, contact Ms Gavander at 083 952 3435 or Sgt Motaung at 072 844 7872.


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Sifiso Mathebula

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