MEMBERS of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church from branches in Acornhoek, Thulamahashe and surrounding villages held their annual prayer service at Tintswalo Hospital on Sunday.The aim of the prayer session was to uplift and show support to the patients and give them hope about life. Reverend Ben Baloyi, who led them in prayer, said: “This is not the end of life. We love you and wish you a speedy recovery. “Support each other during this time. “You’ll be discharged to go home to your beloved families.”One of the patients, madala Petros Mahlangu (67), said they felt comforted by the prayers.“You are angels sent by God. We believe we will be healed through your powerful prayers and harmonious melodies. “Thank you for your support. We believe that we will be discharged soon. But we don’t feel like going home as this has become our best home. “Nurses treat us better than our family members. We eat five meals a day,” said Petros.Hospital CEO Merriam Moyimane said the hospital valued the support from the church as it encouraged both the staff and patients.
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