God’s power moved in a worship event in Southern California that more of the lost found their home in Jesus and received Him as Lord. The broken were restored, hearts were healed, and addicts surrendered everything that inhibits them in following God.
Let Us Worship
Sean Feucht and his team continue with their revival tour, “Let Us Worship.” Their worship gatherings started last year when authorities had to shut down churches during the pandemic.
But, the group has witnessed amazing transformations of people who attended. Thus, they advance with the revival movement.
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Last Saturday, they changed an old amphitheater in Fairmount Park into a worship hall. Sean said in a video.”We’re here in a 100-year-old outdoor theater in a park in Riverside, and God is moving in Southern California. He loves California.”
“God is pouring out His Spirit. Where the enemy is coming like a flood, He’s raising up a standard. People all over this park are giving their lives to Jesus right this very moment. People are giving their hearts to Jesus.”
No one was overlooked. Everyone received God’s love that led them to lift their hands to Jesus as an act of commitment.
Addicts surrender to God
The following day, the team proceeded to the Fresno City Hall, where people experience more amazing encounters with God.
Sean testified, “People ran down during worship throwing on stage anything holding them back from Jesus – cigarettes, vapes, beer, drugs, and more.”
He explained that the gatherings are held outside to invite people who never set their foot inside a church. “This is why we love doing this outdoors because we’re able to reach so many people that would never come inside a church, but they’re here in the park.”
“Nothing is impossible with God. No place is too hard. No place is too dark. God can do anything, anywhere.”
He added, “We’re just getting started.. it’s just beginning.”
Reference: CBN News