The worshippers in Seattle were not intimidated during the “Let Us Worship” rally when knife-wielding protesters appeared at the event.
Sean Feucht has led the rally across cities in the United States. It started as a protest demonstration against California’s ban on church singing. But the movement has gone from peaceful protests to revival services.
The worship events have touched many attendees. And God has marked them with miracles, healings, salvations, and baptisms. However, in their last stop-over in Seattle, Sean called it their largest and most extraordinary yet.
Worshippers in Seattle
“The worshippers in Seattle are the most courageous and bold in America!!!! THEY WIN AFTER TONIGHT!!!” Sean posted. “It was absolute bonkers in many ways.”
“Violent protestors showed up flashing knives! We had an entire satanic cult march through the worshippers the entire time yelling ‘Hail Satan!’ We had white Antifa yelling & threatening black local pastors! They yelled obscenities and cursed at my wife and kids all night long!” he said.
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The worship leader revealed that he had to station 30 bodyguards around him to keep the protesters from disrupting the band. The protesters would try to storm and tackle the band. Eventually, they were able to break the drums, guitar pedals, and generator.
Despite all of the attempts, Sean saw salvations, healing miracles, and baptisms. “It was on another level!” he wrote. “Yet through it all…SEATTLE NEVER STOPPED SINGING!!!” Feucht said. “THE CHURCH REFUSED TO BE INTIMIDATED AND GOD KEPT POURING OUT!”
Additionally, Sean shared one video recorded by a protester. “The more I yell at them, the more fun they have. The more fun they f***in’ have dude. This sh** it ridiculous,” a man said.
Ultimately, Sean declared, “The time for courageous Christianity is here. No more backing down and fleeing for the suburbs. Jesus is coming for the hardest parts of our cities and He’s jealous for praise, love & salvation to fill the streets.”