After many years of oppression by colonizers and wicked leaders, the people of South Africa and the rest of the Continent of Africa have been left wounded and broken. Since the liberation of nations in Africa, people hoped to see their lives transformed for good, but instead, they have been disappointed and hurt. ‘Hope deferred makes the heart sick’ Proverbs 13:12

To cope with daily life, many have become numb to the pain and disappointments, and they are no longer able to hope that any good may still come. They have developed negative thinking patterns and as a result are stuck, not able to move forward or to build.

There is therefore a need for the people of Africa to be healed at all levels - emotionally, psychologically, physically and spiritually in order for them to re-build their lives, families, communities and nations.

Broken people cannot build. All they know, understand, and do is to destroy their lives, relationships, property and infrastructure. They do this to express their anger and pain. Only when they are healed will they be able to envisage the future that God desires for them and be inspired to build.

We believe the Word of God has the power to bring healing, and we are calling on the people of Africa to embark on the journey of healing through the Word Treatment. We are trusting God to cause our past to be forgotten, and to make our future to be fruitful, like Ephraim and Manasseh. (Genesis 41:51,52;48:20)

The Lord has sent His Word and healed them, and delivered them from their destruction. (Psalm 107:20)
The Lord has released the balm of Gilead to heal their wounds and their brokenness. (Jeremiah 8:22)

The river of life that flows from the throne room of God and of the Lamb shall flow throughout the nation bringing healing. The Lord will plant the righteous along the banks of the river; these trees will bear fruit every month. Their leaves will be for the healing of the nations and their fruit will be food for the nations. (Isaiah 61:1-3; Ezekiel 47:1-12; Revelation 22:1, 2)

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