Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Wednesday's Voice - Sudan

South Sudan secession nearly certain; continue to pray
(Sources: Zenit, Christianity Today)

The peaceful voting process of a historic referendum on Southern Sudan's secession from the North     came to an end on January 15. Early numbers of the vote indicate that the country may soon be divided, and Christians around the world continue to call for prayer for the nation and its people. Bishop Eduardo Hiiboro Kussala of Tombura-Yambio, in the southern region of Sudan, says his people have strong "expectations of change for the better" and urged continued prayers worldwide for "permanent peace in Sudan." Many Christians have reportedly left the North and capital city of Khartoum for the South out of fear that President Bashir's regime will shift toward "radical Islamization" in the wake of the referendum.

Thank the Lord for a peaceful voting process.

Pray for the shalom of God to reign throughout Sudan.

Pray Sudanese Christians will continue to courageously proclaim Christ's way of compassion and love, even to those who seek to oppress them.


Aurie said...

praying vigorously that God's will be done!

Amydeanne said...

Will be praying! Came thru via under Grace & Over Coffee cuz I noticed you were a Sask'er too!
Love your blog! :)

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