CNC calls for national day of fasting and prayer on July 19

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/15/2020 10:23:58 PM IST

The Council of Nagalim Churches (CNC) has declared a national day of fasting and prayer on July 19 Sunday, keeping in mind that the hard earned ceasefire and peace process which is supposed to be on the verge of final solution, on the basis of 3rd August, 2015 Framework Agreement signed between NSCN (National Socialist Council of Nagalim) and GoI (Government of India) is at stake.

A press release by CNC general secretary, Ikato Chishi Swu has appealed to all the responsible individuals, young and old, rich and poor, educated and uneducated, general public and national workers, government servants and retired, employed, self-employed and unemployed, prayer groups and prayer centers, all the denominations and churches in Nagalim, all the regions, units, battalions and brigades under it to seriously observe a day of fasting and prayer on the said day in respective places and earnestly pray to God for His divine intervention from spiritual and physical bondage. CNC also requested all the Naga national leaders to come and participate in this important programme at CHQ Church Hebron. 
The following prayer points are: Pray that, God will enable all the Naga leaders and the people to genuinely confess, repent, turn from their wicked ways, and seek God’s face so that, they can experience God’s forgiveness, restoration, peace and healing. (2 Chronicles 7:14); Pray that, God will pour out His Holy Spirit to rule and reign in the hearts and minds of the Naga people so that, He can accomplish His will, here in Nagalim as it is in heaven. (Ezekiel 37:14, Matthew 6:10); Pray that God will destroy all the visible and invisible spiritual forces that are working against Naga nation by influencing the hearts and minds of our adversaries, especially the leaders who are in the decision making position. (Ephesians 6:10, Revelation 12:8-9); Pray that, God will protect the Naga territories and its people from all sickness, infirmities, famine and all kinds of natural and unnatural disasters, which may be the consequence of our own sin also. (Ezekiel 7:10-12, Psalm 91: 10-11); Pray that the spirit of forgiveness, reconciliation and unity among Naga brethren and all the NPGs (Naga Political Groups) may prevail so that, together we can achieve our common goal in oneness. (Matthew 6:14-15,  Psalm 133:1-3); Pray that, God will grant wisdom, strength and will to both the negotiating parties to bring this protracted Indo-Naga political issue to a logical conclusion on the basis of 3rd August 2020 Framework Agreement at the earliest and in accordance to the will of God. (Proverbs 19:21); Pray that, God will sanctify, prepare and rededicate the hearts and minds of Naga people to enter into new Nagalim, which shall follow the pattern of Christ Kingdom. (Matthew 6:10, Revelation 21:1-2).


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