1. The Sabbath Year and Jubilee Year of the Nation:A crucial period
  2. Background:
    Malaya achieved independence on 31 August 1957 while Malaysia was formed on 16 September 1963. God has blessed our country with two jubilee celebrations: the first occurred in 2007, the second is due to take place in 2013.

    The Jubilee Year of Malaysia begins on 16 September 2012 and ends on 15 September 2013. According to the calculation of the Jewish calendar, the Day of Atonement for Malaysia falls on 26 September 2012. As pastors and church leaders pray together with believers and confess all the sins the nation has committed over the past 49 years, God will pardon the nation and remember her sins no more. According to Leviticus 25, the Jubilee begins with the sounding of the trumpet. Both the land and the people will experience all kinds of freedom and release associated with the jubilee as they enter a new beginning.

    The Sabbath year is the foundation of the Jubilee year. During this critical period, how do we enter the pre-destined will of the Father? How should the Malaysian Church prepare herself so that the glory God manifests at this time will be greater than that of the past?

    ▪ As we search the history of Malaysia to find out what and how we as a nation have sinned against the Lord, let us earnestly pray to confess and repent of the sins. This is so that we and our descendants can be prepared to enter the blessings God has predestined for our country.

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    Updated/revised: September 2012

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