Let’s pray for our beloved Zim
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.