The Seven Mountains Prophecy author, Pastor Johnny Enlow on Monday evening paid a courtesy call to the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga.
Pastor Enlow, who is also the Senior Apostolic Leader at Harvest International Ministries (H.I.M), jetted in the country on Monday for the 21st National Prayer Breakfast ceremony held annually on the eve of Independence Day.
He told Kadaga that he is honored to receive the invitation to come to Uganda to physically tell his Seven Mountains Prophecies story.
“It was an honor to get the invitation from Uganda and I am truly excited to be here to tell believers my stories of the Seven Mountains Prophecies,” said Pastor Enlow.
Enlow, in his prophecies, believe God is preparing a spiritual tsunami to sweep the nations and reclaim our culture for Christ, says author Johnny Enlow.
He describes seven culture-shaping areas of influence over each society—media, government, education, economy, family, religion, and celebration (arts and entertainment)—that are the keys to taking a nation for the kingdom of God.
The purpose of his book is to draw the church’s attention to these areas; help each individual determine his or her specific assignment in this mission; and then to offer insight into the nature of the battles involved in this “spiritual tsunami,” as the author calls it.
Many Christians, according to Enlow, do not grasp that God’s favor for us to succeed is already upon us and is part of His end-time strategy to establish Jesus as Ruler of the Nations before His return.
He brought for the Speaker copies of his book and commended her for playing great role in the political administration of the country.
Enlow is the Key Note Speaker at the Tuesday’s national Prayer Breakfast organized by the Parliament of Uganda.
The National Prayer Breakfast brings together people from all faiths and political parties, a high profile representative from all branches of government, members of the diplomatic corps, the business community, national and international guests, and of course you the media; for fellowship, prayer and encouragement as a family.