Published on November 29th, 2022 | by Gabriele Adbbe0
Pastor Chris announces 4-day Global Prayer and Fasting program
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome recently revealed that a 4-day Global Prayer and Fasting program will take place from Thursday, December 1st to Sunday, December 4th.
Each day, the LoveWorld congregation will be fasting until 6 PM.
The upcoming program is expected to become the last Global Prayer and Fasting event of 2022, the Year of the Gathering Clouds.
The pastor and his long-time friend Pastor Benny Hinn held a Global Day of Prayer to stir hope in people. The program became an unprecedented success with online viewers from all corners of the world.
Looking back at past Global Days of Prayer
Since then, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome has hosted multiple Global Days of Prayer or Global Prayer and Fasting weeks a year.
At each event, the LoveWorld President underlines why praying is so essential.
Sometimes, he also looks back at the March 2020 session which started it all.
“As many of you would remember, we started this in March 2020. 27th of March… We began leading in prayer, and Pastor Benny Hinn and I led that particular session. We began this journey of prayer as the Lord was leading us, and I shared a lot of things with you about the day in which we are living,” Pastor Chris Oyakhilome said in September 2021 and added:
“I showed you from the scriptures what was going on and how to respond to effect changes. I told you what the plan was. I told you about the plans of the wicked one. I told you that Satan was behind his evil work. The work of darkness.”
Pastor Chris: “Families and children were afraid”
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome also reminisced upon the first Global Day of Prayer in March 2021.
“A year ago, precisely on the 27th of the month of March 2020, Pastor Benny Hinn and I led a global prayer meeting because we realized that what was happening in the world and nations had been seized, gripped with fear and did not know where to turn,” he stated.
“They had no idea what was going on. Families were afraid, men and women were afraid, children were afraid, governments were afraid, and some government leaders called it an unknown enemy. They said, ‘how can we fight this unknown enemy?’ Well, at the time when we called for that prayer program, ministers around the world joined us by the millions,” the pastor added.
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome also highlighted the unity that people felt during the first Global Day of Prayer.
“God’s people all over the world joined us from so many churches and ministries around the world, including groups that often did not speak to each other, but there was a unity of spirit that we all experienced. 27th of March 2020. And because we prayed, the spirit of God gave us guidance,” he said.