It was a weekend of miracles, deliverances and showers of blessing at the just concluded 2-day crusade of The Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Ministries at the 500-bed General hospital, Bayelsa State, reports Sam Eyoboka.
The crusade titled, ‘Arrival of the Master’ lived up to its expect-ation as the Master of all masters, our Lord Jesus Christ arrived in a grand style to remove sicknesses, diseases and all problems troubl-ing participants.
As the General Overseer of the church, Pastor Lazarus Muoka mounted the pulpit on the first day and ordered participants to shout JESUS three times, miracles started flowing instantaneously. Several physically challenged participants started dropping their walking aids, including those that were wheeled into the arena.
A partially paralyzed middle aged man from Ndoro in Bayelsa State, Bro. Bright threw away his walking stick and began to dance and rejoice for his amazing miraculous healing.
There was another case of Bro. George Maka, crippled for 24 years, who was instantly healed. The hand of God also touched Sis Diezani Torukaru who was in-stantly healed of 12 years Spinal-Chord injury.
As it was on the first day, so the second day witnessed great miracles. One of them was Bro. Theophilous Barasioribre who was mad for five years. According to his mother, they have visit-ed several prayer houses to no avail until he was brought to the crusade where God did as He has promised and restored joy that had long eluded them.
In his ministration, the General Overseer Pastor Muoka warned the participants not to credit the miracles to him, but instead ascribe all the glory to God Who has given them the miracles.
According to him, “not only that signs and wonders took place during the crusade but I want to let you know that Bayelsa shall be blessed and they shall definitely know the effect of the blessing after the crusade.
“God has decided to bless the government, prosper the state and use the occasion of the crusade to draw souls in the state to Himself and make them raptureable saints so that when the trumpet shall sound all shall make heaven in Jesus name.”
Addressing newsmen be-fore ministration, the man of God said that his heart desire for Bayelsans is that they should serve the Lord in righteousness so that God will bless them, for it is righteousness that exalts a nation.
Among dignitaries present at the event were; Commissioner for Development and Chieftaincy Affairs, Hon. Ibegi Saviour, the chairman, CAN, Bayelsa branch, Archbishop Jacob Akpiri, the High Chief of Atisa kingdom, Sir Okulovie Obhoo Diekivie, Bishop Selekowe Idon and many others.