In the South African Parliament, a momentous December prayer meeting will likely affect generations to come. The prayer focused on reconciliation—white people asking forgiveness from blacks, and blacks confessing their sins against the white community in recent years.
Many were reportedly brought to tears during an extended time of prayer and confession, after which farmer-evangelist Angus Buchan addressed Members of the Parliament (MP) and other dignitaries about the need for faith in South Africa. The meeting took place in the Parliament’s former main chamber, where many discriminatory laws were passed.
In an April 2017 gathering, 1.7 million Christians converged on a farmer’s field to pray in repentance for revival in South Africa.
–Adapted from Israel Today.