VOF Miracle Ministries announces prayers for peace nationally


THE Voice of Faith (VOF) Miracle Ministries Church, at Devonshire Castle on the Essequibo Coast, has announced that prayers will be said there for all citizens of Guyana and for peace to prevail during 2012. A release from the religious body said every member of the Old Year’s Night Service will be reaching out to God from 23:45hrs into the New Year.
Pastor Rocky Prabhulall said they will also pray for development, especially for the discovery of oil in commercial quantities in the Corentyne River Basin, the start and completion of construction of the Linden to Lethem super highway and the deep water harbour to become reality.
According to him, God’s blessings will also be sought for the country’s rice, sugar and other agricultural crops, including the coconut industry.
Prabhulall said they will also pray for President Donald Ramotar and members of his Cabinet and Government, as well as Leaders of the Opposition parties and Members of Parliament (MPs), so they would work together for the betterment of the nation and its people.
All members of the Armed Forces will be lifted before God during the Old Year’s Night Service, the release said.
The VOF Miracle Ministries, which has branches at Mongrippa Hill and Seventh Avenue in Bartica; Mc Nabb also on the Essequibo Coast and Nickerie and Apura in Suriname, will also be praying for the Lord Jesus to save and set people free from the dark world of Satan’s kingdom, said the release.
It added that services at all its churches are scheduled to begin at 22:00hrs tonight and large congregations are expected, because, many persons want to start the New Year in the presence of God.
The first fellowship service for 2012 will be held tomorrow.