Uniting the nation through prayer

first_imgHeld under the theme “Let Us Unite Together In Praise And Fellowship”, “March for Jesus 2018” returned in grandeur on Saturday as hundreds of participants from multiple Christian denominations gathered at Parade Ground, Middle Street, Georgetown as they sought to unite the nation of Guyana in prayer.Speaking with Guyana Times, Reverend Dr Raphael Massiah said, “I think the principal goal we have in our mind is that this march will exempliCamp Street was one of the many stops the marchers graced with their presence (photos by Timothy Jaikarran)fy the unity that this nation is capable of, we have a wonderful nation and under God once we achieve unity, anything is possible. Guyana will able to achieve everything that God has destined for us to achieve.”The gathering of the faithful saw participants swaying through the streets of Georgetown as they danced and sang hymns. They later assembled at JubileePark (D’Urban Park) on Homestretch Avenue.Saturday’s march came just two days before the 2018 hosting of Local Government Elections (LGE) and event organiser Reverend Dil Mohamed when asked about the timing of the March, expressed that it was focused on one thing only and that was “lifting up the name of Jesus” throughout the city, in a time that needs revival so that people can know that “the power of God can affect every area and bring about change”.This year’s “March for Jesus” was sponsored by the Georgetown Ministers Fellowship and the wider Christian community in Guyana. It saw persons from all walks of life and cultures as they joined to proclaim their faith.last_img read more