Discussing ‘Repentance’ and Jesus on Africa’s Highest Mountain … Mount Kilimanjaro
Pastor Jeff Daly of “National Day of Repentance” RETURNS to EA Truth Radio
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Jesus on Africa’s Highest Mountain
In regards to the event that took place Dec. 1, 2022, The National Day of Repentance wrote the following:
Until now witchcraft has dominated Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain. Witches conduct services on it. But now it’s about to change. Tomorrow, God willing, as part of Africa Kneels, Bishop Joseph Kazembe will leave by bus from Malawi to Tanzania. He’ll meet a repentance team from Tanzania and Kenya to plant–during four days of repentance— a Jesus/Yeshua Love Banner on the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro. They will be planting TRUTH instead of lies; LIFE instead of death. With the full authority of the indwelling Holy Spirit, their prayers of confession and repentance, and their declarations of the Blood of the Lord Jesus and His Victory over witchcraft, will now forever establish His Banner of Love over Africa. It will also fan the flame of repentance throughout even more nations in Africa ! Already there have been national days of repentance in Kenya, in Malawi, in Uganda, in Zimbabwe, in Zambia, and in Nigeria!
As the soon-coming Bridegroom, the Risen Christ sees us already as His Bride. His Banner over us is Love! ~Song of Solomon 2:4. And we see this parallels Isaiah 18: 3-4: ” All inhabitants of the world and dwellers on the earth: When he lifts up a banner on the mountains, you see it; And when he blows a trumpet you hear it. For so the LORD said to me,‘ I will take My rest, And I will look from My dwelling place Like clear heat in sunshine, Like a cloud of dew in the heat of harvest.'”