07 June, 2012
The third primary entreaty in the Lord’s Prayer is “let your will take place” (Mathews 6:9-10).
This means it would be impossible to fulfil the purpose of our existence without learning and doing the will of Jehovah. During the months of June and July, Jehovah’s Witnesses from all the circuits in Swaziland will have Special Assembly Day programmes that will help Christians to work in harmony with this entreaty.
Circuits 4 and 3 congregations will meet on Saturday and Sunday at Mayaluka Community Hall in Big-Bend and at Makhonza High School Hall in Nhlangano respectively. On the following weekend, the assemblies will be held in the Hhohho region for Circuit 1A and 1B congregations. On June 16 and 17, these congregations will assembly at Pigg’s Peak, Gobolondlo Hall and at the Mbabane SOS High School Hall respectively. The last Siswati special assembly days will be held in Manzini for congregations in Circuit 2A and 2B, on June 23rd and 24th at Dvokolwako High School Hall and at Malkerns Princess Pholile Hall respectively. This was confirmed by Abednego Dlamini.
Dlamini said the Last Special Day Assembly programme for the year would be presented in the English Language on July 29th at Princess Pholile Hall in Malkerns. Members of the public are invited to attend any assembly convenient to them and attendance is free of charge.
Key questions that will be answered during the programme are: What is as important as hearing God’s Word? How can we go on perceiving what God’s will is for us? Why do we need to be willing to reach out to all sorts of people? How can we find a rich, satisfying life? Young ones, what do you need to prove to Jehovah? What rewards come from doing God’s will? Why is it urgent that we build up and encourage others? Talks will be given by local elders and by a visiting speaker from the South African branch of the Christian Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Krugersdorp.
Very soon those who are pursuing their own desires and who refuse to submit to the will of Jehovah will be destroyed (1 John 2:17). “We are therefore thankful that Jehovah has prepared this timely information to help us make the doing of God’s will our priority.” The programme will start at 9:30 a.m. and finish at 4:00 p.m. each day. Members of the public are welcome. Enquiries could be directed to: David Dlamini, Gobolondlo hall (7607 5420); Abednego Dlamini, SOS hall (7603 4608); Martin Fakudze, Malkerns siSwati (7605 3426); Phillip Mamba, Dvokolwako hall (7627 4315); Wiseman Tfwala, Mayaluka hall (7614 6884); Bheki Dlamini, Makhonza (7612 8437); Michael Matimela, Malkerns English (7612 1006).