Holy Trinity Revival Christian Church in Malawi last Friday held a night of prayer at its Chirimba Church aimed at praying for the country’s economy.
According to the Church, Malawi needs God’s hand to be freed from the social-economic hardships that Malawians are facing.
“We asked for God’s intervention on the challenges that Malawians are facing, and we had prayers guided by the book of Romans 10 verse 13.
“As believers it is only God in heaven whom we worship who can take away the challenges” said Chimang’anga.
The Church has since invited other churches in the country to join them by holding prayers of their own.
Currently Malawi’s economy has been rocked by challenges as the local currency continues depreciating against major currencies, a development that has worried citizens in the country.
In a related development, leaders of African Tradition Religion say the challenges that have rocked the country are due to anger of Malawi’s ancestral spirits.
According to the leaders, spirits of m’bona among others are angry because people stopped offering sacrifices to them.