Magaya in clean-up exercise
5 December 2016
. . . receives religious tourism award
PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries and their visitors from abroad cleaned Harare’s streets on Saturday.
Prophet Walter Magaya addressed PHD members to take the cleaning campaign as a prayer where they would ask God to help his word work in their inner man for better life.
“It is the church’s responsibility to deliver services that helps the community everywhere and this cleaning was part of our prayers dealing with pride as we humble before God to serve the community,” said Prophet Magaya.
“Let us concentrate in cleaning and as we do the cleaning meditate, asking God to break the inner man who does not want to change from carnality.
“People will come to provoke you and hurl defaming words, remain focused and concentrate in what you will be doing since your challenges are not their challenges and some are still blinded by evil spirits, let there be light and shine in the streets of Harare, you will never be the same again.
“Christ Jesus became human although he was God but for our sake he humbled himself to be like us and dwell among us before he was glorified and given a name above all names that all knees must bow and declare that he is lord.
“Pride is one of the biggest demons that pulls down many people and when one humbles self to take time to render services to the community, deliverance will take place.
“Vanhu vanotambudzika zvikuru asi mukutambudzika kwavo vane maramba kupona vane nharo zvekuti umwe anonyepera chiremba chirwere chaasina achivavarira jekiseni. So when you hear people testifying about their healing more is done to help them receive their healing.
“Among the cleaners are visitors from various countries and they are praying as well by participating in the cleaning,” said Prophet Magaya who led the cleaning.
Meanwhile, Prophet Magaya was last week awarded for internationally marketing Harare Metropolitan Province.
Prophet Magaya was presented the Religious Tourism award by Minister of State for Provincial Affairs in Harare Metropolitan Province, Miriam Chikukwa, for bringing visitors from various countries to guest houses and enabling the country to meet goals and objectives for economic blue print.
Prophet Magaya, in the company of his wife, received the certificate and medal from Minister Chikukwa’s personal assistant Rumbidzayi Caroline Kahari at his Waterfalls base during a church service.
Minister Chikukwa said Harare Metropolitan province decided to recognize organisations and individuals, who have contributed immensely to the social economic development of the province.
“The office of the Minister received nominations under various categories, which included religious tourism, and PHD was nominated as the leader in religious tourism,” said Minister Chikukwa.
“The nominations were followed by an adjudication process by business leaders and PHD ministries was the winner.
“On Wednesday, Harare Metropolitan province held its inaugural Corporate Social Responsibility Awards ceremony in Harare under the theme ‘Socio Economic and Spiritual Transformation for development.
“In addition this has resulted in infrastructure development in the province following the completion of Yadah Hotel and the massive housing projects that you are doing in the capital city.
“This demonstrates that religious organisations play a critical role in enabling the country to meet the goals and objectives of our economic blue print, the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio Economic Transformation (ZIM-ASSET).”
Amai Magaya gave presents to visitors, who attended the service from Australia, Botswana, Zambia, South Africa, Malawi and Mozambique thanking them for visiting Zimbabwe and PHD believing in the ministry of Prophet Magaya.
PHD members showered praises to Prophet Magaya waving placards describing him as a visionary and man of faith that he could not be moved by any wind.
“Papa more is coming, Champion of Faith, Zvasiyana,” read one of the placards congratulating Prophet Magaya who promised to give his members more cucumbers, potatoes and tomatoes from his farm.