The King’s Speech
“To all those concerned I say: ‘Enough is enough!’ Fear God in what you are perpetrating against your homeland. Either discharge your obligations fully or withdraw from public life. There are plenty of honest men and women in Morocco.”
On July 30th. King Mohammed VI used the occasion of his annual Throne Day speech to rebuke the inefficiency and despotism in government. full text of the speech.
He stated: “this is the dawn of a new era in which there is no difference between officials and citizens as far as civic rights and obligations are concerned; nor is there room for shirking responsibility or avoiding sanctions.”
The words of the King resonate with what many intercessors have been sensing for the past years: God ushering Morocco into a new era, and now is the time for that dawning.
Let us pray without ceasing for the Light of the Kingdom to flood through every domain of Moroccan society: from the King’s palace, to the Parliament, government offices, neighbourhoods, schools and homes.
To every trace of darkness, to every hidden snare, we proclaim that the DAWN is coming.
"The path of the righteous is like the morning sun, shining ever brighter till the full light of day." Proverbs 4:18