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Angus Buchan – It’s Time to Unite All Faiths under Rome

Angus Buchan - It's Time to Unite All Faiths under Rome

Angus Buchan – It’s Time to Unite All Faiths under Rome

That’s right, “It’s Time”, time to unite all faiths in a National Day of Prayer in Bloemfontein under Rome.  The Vryheid Herald says:  “MEN and women of faith will gather on April 22 in Bloemfontein to take part in Angus Buchan’s National Day of Prayer.” (Emphasis added)

Angus Buchan says here on Gateway news:

“We are calling one million people to attend: from every race group, every denomination and every walk of life – men, women and children. The entrance is free, no tickets will be sold, and no collections will betaken at the event.”

“We firmly believe that if our Nation stands together as one, and calls upon the Name of Jesus Christ, He will hear us and heal our nation and bring peace to our hearts and homes.”

Angus Buchan, stated in an official announcement:

“We are tired of people taking the law into their own hands. We are going to call upon the Lord to bring justice, peace and hope to our beloved South Africa. He says “If My people who are called by My name” – that is you and I. So I want to ask you to pray for us.”
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IT’S TIME – Transformation South Africa

It's Time - Angus BuchanIT’S TIME –

Transformation South Africa

IT’S TIME FOR “MY PEOPLE” – “MY PEOPLE?”

Please note how Angus Buchan changed 2 Chronicles 7:14. Instead of quoting it correctly as “and will heal THEIR (THE JEWS) land (ISRAEL), he very subtly changed it to read as “and will heal THE land.” Believers are never referred to as “my people” in the word of God. They are always referred to as the Bride of Christ Jesus or Christians. Israel is the only nation in the entire world who is called by God’s Name (or named after God). God Himself gave Israel her name (Genesis 32:22-28). Jesus never said to believers, “Your name shall be ‘Christian.'” Wikipedia says:

The first recorded use of the term [Christian] (or its cognates in other languages) is in the New Testament, in Acts 11:26, after Barnabas brought Saul (Paul) to Antioch where they taught the disciples for about a year, the text says: “[…] the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch.” The second mention of the term follows in Acts 26:28, where Herod Agrippa II replied to Paul the Apostle, “Then Agrippa said unto Paul, Almost thou persuadest me to be a Christian.” The third and final New Testament reference to the term is in 1 Peter 4:16, which exhorts believers: “Yet if [any man suffer] as a Christian, let him not be ashamed; but let him glorify God on this behalf.”
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