On Tuesday President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that restrictions on congregational worship will be eased for alert Level 3 from Monday, June 1 and welcomed the call made by religious leaders for a day of prayer on Sunday.
— South African Government (@GovernmentZA) May 31, 2020
Phillipians 4 v 6-7. Be anxious for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your heart. Bring your situation b4 God.#nationaldayofprayer
— Mimie (@Mimie44482539) May 31, 2020
As we pray for South Africa, can we also pray for the family of #CollinsKhoza. Our system has failed him.
May his family get justice.#JusticeforCollinsKhosa #nationaldayofprayer pic.twitter.com/4dTWQnGjBo
— Xplosiv (@xplosivsa) May 31, 2020
— shafflemoremedi (@ShaffleMor) May 31, 2020
Psalm 37:7 “Quiet your heart in his presence and pray; keep hope alive as you long for God to come through for you.” #NationalDayOfPrayer #KeepHopeAlive #Lord we #pray for our #president @CyrilRamaphosa for #wisdom #strength #courage #understanding #decisionmaking #Covid19SA pic.twitter.com/EqaT50fTyc
— Philip (@i_am_phil73) May 31, 2020
— IG : katlegonicolas (@katle4eva) May 31, 2020