Let’s pray for our beloved Zim

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

ED­I­TOR — I would like to ap­peal to all Zim­bab­weans whether they are Chris­tian, Mus­lim, Rasta­fari, Hindu, tra­di­tion­al­ist or any other re­li­gion to pray for our na­tion.

We need to pray for our Pres­i­dent, his two deputies and the en­tire Cab­i­net to have wis­dom and make de­ci­sions that keep us pros­per­ing and liv­ing in peace.

As a Chris­tian, I urge oth­ers to fol­low true val­ues as elab­o­rated in the Bi­ble. I also urge all who can to hold prayers, in­ter­ces­sions and thanks­giv­ings so that we lead a peace­ful and quiet life, which is, Godly and dig­ni­fied in ev­ery way. I thank God that we have a leader who al­lowed free­dom of wor­ship and tol­er­ance.

As for all Chris­tians the Word says pray for all. The cur­rent fi­nan­cial and po­lit­i­cal sit­u­a­tion in Zim­babwe does not need fin­ger point­ing, con­fronta­tions and vi­o­lence. Je­sus is love and love is pa­tient.

Where have we put our trust now since we grew up be­ing told to look up to God for so­lu­tions? Vi­o­lence is a sign of re­bel­lion and des­per­a­tion on some­one who has failed.

Many peo­ple are de­stroyed for lack of knowl­edge. Ac­cord­ing to the Word, our sins lead to the de­struc­tion of the na­tion. We should ad­mit there are sins in our land and per­pe­tra­tors of such sins are our­selves.

Zim­bab­weans should ig­nore all calls for vi­o­lence, but re­main peace­ful in the name of God. G Chivandaidze, Dzi­varasekwa Ex­ten­sion, Harare.

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