A Climactic Conclusion! – Lome, Togo – Day 5
post by Daniel Kolenda on February 28th, 2011

Another evangelistic campaign has just come to a climactic conclusion.  Tonight the field was teaming with people pressed into the limited venue with up to 8 people per square meter!  You may have noticed the stadium next to our field and wondered why we were not holding the meetings there.  The truth is that we could have filled that stadium nearly 4 times over with the crowd that was there just tonight! 

After preaching the Gospel and praying the prayer of salvation, we prayed for the people to receive “The Promise of the Father”; the baptism into the Holy Spirit.  Jesus touched many people filling them and also healing them.

A woman who had a lemon sized tumor in her right breast for 3 years said that during the prayer she felt the lump leave her body.  When she checked herself it was totally gone!

Another notable testimony came from an old lady who had lost her ability to speak 3 years ago after a terrible fall.  Her son-in-law told me that when someone would ask her a question she would try to answer, but nothing would come out.  He said that many times she would break down and weep out of frustration.  But tonight during the prayer for the sick, suddenly he said, his mother-in-law started to sing!  I put the microphone to her mouth and over the massive P.A. system she sang a beautiful song of praise to the Lord.  The crowd was so touched, as was I.  It was a wonderful moment.

After several miracle testimonies I prayed a prayer of blessing over the land and the people.  I am sure the Lord will honor our prayers and that Togo will never be the same again!

We are leaving with a tremendous joy in our hearts knowing that something of eternal proportions has been accomplished this week.  Thank you once again from the bottom of our hearts for your prayers and financial partnership.

Together in the Harvest,

Evangelist Daniel Kolenda
Together with Reinhard Bonnke and the whole CfaN team

Pictures by O. Volyk

 
 

3 Comments

  • avatar patince ATA says:

    Hello; My name is Patience. I am so very happy for all the lord has done among us in togo. I thanks God who changed my life again in this crusade and change the history of my country togo. oh God i don’t know how to thank you. thank you Jesus

  • Hello i Céphas i am verry verry happy for all the Lord has use you to do in my life and for all the Togolaise.I don’t know haw i can do to thank God and you. Be blaissed

  • avatar Stephen Wynne says:

    Praise God for his amazing grace and awesome love. He is the same yesterday today and forever. I thank God for what he is doing in Africa he is mighty to save. I also thank God that we can and will see his power move in the united kingdom on an unprecedented scale. Come Lord, Come.

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