Call for a National Prayer day, city pastor urges Uhuru
Popular city pastor Godfrey Migwi has urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to call for a National Prayer day over the challenges facing the country.
Migwi of the House of Hope Church says divine intervention would go a long way in uniting the country after the recent political period that left the country deeply divided.
Migwi acknowledged that previously, the country had resorted to prayers and a wave of change had been witnessed in the country.
“When things were tough in this Land, we called God for intervention as a Nation and Yahwe heard our cry and forgave us our sins as a divided Nation. He restored order. It was the President who called for a National prayer day and requested the whole Nation to ask God for divine intervention and direction. Our God is Faithful
He listened to us but now it seems we have all forgotten,” said Migwi is a social media post.
“The Lord says as a Nation, the way we cried for help that time of need and crisis, we still need a special day for National thanksgiving day called by the same president who requested Kenyans to pray for the Nation, God loves thanksgiving service, it’s a sign of humbleness,” added Migwi.
Last year in October, President Kenyatta declared Sunday, October 22, 2017 as a National Prayer Day following the nullification of the August 8th presidential election.
The head of state called for an extended period of prayer and reconciliation ahead of the October 26, 2017 repeat poll.
In his address, the president asked Kenyans to pray for each other and forgive one another saying that God has lifted this country before.
“Let us pray for all our leaders across the political divide. That they be granted wisdom, humility and that they may love peace and justice,” he said.