Divine International Headquarters hosts community march

Pistis Maphalala, Elijah Nhlapho and Theotokos Phatswana from the Divine Headquarters International aim to unite the Wright Park community through a Crusade Prayer weekend.

The Christ Consciousness Ministries also known as the Divine International Headquarters had their first community march in Wright Park on Saturday, to raise awareness of the Crusade Prayer weekend event that will be held from November 24 to 26 at Indaba Park.

Prophet Elijah Strategist Nhlapo says the aim of the march and the Crusade Prayer weekend is to bring the community of Wright Park and surrounding areas together to fighting the increasing crime rate within all areas.

“We’ve been experiencing countless house robberies and people being killed in Wright Park and as spiritual people we believe some wars should not be fought in the physical form but in more of a spiritual form,” says Nhlapo.

“We are coming together to also raise spiritual awareness that the battles we are facing can also be conquered through Christ.”

Nhlapo says marching and praying in the area are of spiritual significance – they are ways of asking God to heal the land from all the crime that communities are facing every day.

“As the bible says, people are called to humble themselves and pray. We as the community will have to humble ourselves because we have tried all means to fight crime through the help of the Wright Park CPF as well,” he said.

The second march will be on Saturday (November 18) from Indaba Park in Wright Park at 1pm.

“When spider webs unite they can tie a lion. If we as the community come together to say enough is enough, I believe we’ll be a step closer to fighting the crime issue in our areas.”

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Palesa Mokhitli

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