In Jesus name I pray: I see a whole wave of domestic violence planting itself in many homes across the world. I see in this visual, utensils being crashed, couples that were in so much love a second ago fighting one another. This domestic violence is not normal, I see the devil wants to break many homes in this season. Well I say NO. I request people of God fast and pray for these families,`for these homes where the devil wants to cause marriage discourse for his plans to be thwarted in Jesus name. Fast and pray that God will restore these families. For everyone deserves a happy home.

On the wake of this prophecy, so many networks around the world have reported of many cases with the 2 weeks that have been following the release of this prophetic word. We have heard cases in KENYA through KTN in different towns between 19th November to today 22nd November 2010, men slaughtering their entire families, a man in Vihiga, western Kenya for example, slaughtered the entire family of 2 children and the mother and then hanged himself living behind a small child of one and half years old who sneaked out during the ordeal but later returned and slept in the same one bed-roomed house until morning with the bodies of the family and the father hanging from the roof top. Days after that case, in Kisii, a man slaughters an uncle in a fight over a piece of land and burns down his house. When the neighbors get the wind of what has happened, they pounce on the house of the suspect and burn down his house, still in Kenya. In other parts of the world as well, we have received so many reports of domestic violence.

On 18th November 2010, CNN reported of one such case of the 'teen mom' star Amber Portwood who faces felony domestic violence charges in her Indiana hometown because of incidents on her reality TV show -- where she is seen shoving, punching, slapping and choking her boyfriend, a police spokesman said. Two of the three charges are felonies because the couple's 1-year-old child apparently witnessed the violence, according to Anderson, Indiana police spokesman Mitch Carroll. The charges were outlined in a probable cause affidavit filed by police, but Portwood, 20, will not be arrested until the Madison County, Indiana, prosecutor files formal charges, Carroll said.

These few case studies represent so many other cases that go un-reported and unknown  that the man of God says God shows him are happening all over the world. We want this to serve as reminder to all Christians out there who pray for wellness of the people of God. Pray for this wake of domestic violence that God will limit the disasters. The news that are coming in are not good, and the man of God, Prophet Maxillar Mumo says we need prayers otherwise its only going to get worse. That is why we are calling for more fast and prayer seasons. And people to use Psalm 71 in their prayers to speak the power of God against domestic violence.


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