If the call for a united spiritual battle in South Africa is not heeded, the dark forces seen to be at work to destabilise the country are expected to cause devastation within a short period of time.
The warning came via an audio message by the national leader of reasonably newly established Renewed South Africa Party, Cornelis Roelofse, who recently relocated to KwaZulu-Natal from Limpopo.
In it he said he had observed the intensification of conflict, mass demonstrations, service delivery protests, killing of Police officers and farmers, taxi violence, trucks being stopped, hijacked, burnt and looted, the invasion of towns and cities, roads being blocked with bricks and burning tyres the last couple of months and that there was virtually no leadership response to it, apart from those who exploited the situation for more radicalisation and militarisation of what was obviously a potential of conflict on a larger scale in South Africa.
He said South Africans had a choice how they were going to react to the situation. Roelofse emphasised his call and that of his party was that they would look at things from a spiritual perspective to see that what was being fermented in South Africa was stimulated by the devil himself. When hearing and reading what was going on one would understand that there were dark forces at work to destabilise South Africa, he reckoned.
Roelofse continued saying the Lord had spoken many times about demonic forces and South Africans had to stand against it, united in prayer in an offensive that would push back the enemy, or it would run over South Africa and lead to increased bloodshed and eventually to civil war.
It was incumbent for every South African to understand the opportunity of the time they were in, with the world looking to the country post-1994. They had to specialise in the diversity of culture and not strive for a one-world related dominated religion and nationhood, but love cross-culturally and respect one another, irrespective of colour or sexual gender, he said. To his countrymen he said they needed to understand that unless they lived by the rules of God, if they didn’t respect the Word of God and continued with bloodshed, there would be chaos in South Africa.
He called upon South Africans to reason and pray with one another, to hold hands together and to stand and fight the spiritual battle against the forces of darkness trying to destroy them.
“If we do not do this, my fellow-countrymen, we will look back in a couple of months – maybe 18 months – and we will see the devastation and we will forever be scarred in our souls as South Africans of what has come upon South Africa.” Towards the end of his message Roelofse urged people to heed the message and forward it to all their contacts cross-culturally.
“This is a message for South Africa. God bless you,” he concluded.
Story: Yolande Nel – Observer Polokwane