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Beauty for Ashes – Kigali, Rwanda – Day 3

By Daniel Kolenda  /     Aug 30, 2014  /     #AfricaShallBeSaved, #GospelCrusade, Crusade, Crusade Photos, Kigali, Posted from Abakaliki Nigeria, Rwanda  /     18 Comments

We’ve just returned from the field – soaking wet! In spite of the cold rain and lightning, the people came. They stayed, and many were saved and healed.

Preaching in the rain is never our first choice, but there was a “silver lining” this time. Next door, a large sporting event was taking place in the national open-air stadium. Thousands of people came out of the stadium to find shelter and were standing in range of our speakers where they could hear the Gospel. I pray the Lord touched many of their lives.

Before I preached tonight, I asked one of my apprentices and fellow evangelist, Daniel Mironichenko, to share his heart with the people. He did a wonderful job setting the stage for the main message.

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Pictures & Video from Abakaliki

By Daniel Kolenda   /     Dec 12, 2007  /     Articles, News, Posted from Abakaliki Nigeria, Uncategorized  /     0 Comment

I just received the report that 782,263 decision for Christ were recorded for the 5 days of meetings in Abakaliki, Nigeria…Praise the Lord! I have just added pictures and video from this crusade. To see them just scroll down and look at the original blog entries. I have placed the pics and videos in the appropriate places…Enjoy.

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Abakaliki, Nigeria – Powerful Conclusion

By Daniel Kolenda   /     Dec 10, 2007  /     Articles, News, Nigeria, Posted from Abakaliki Nigeria, Uncategorized  /     0 Comment

Tonight is the last night of the Gospel Crusade here in Abakaliki, Nigeria. Right now I am standing in the midst of the people in this gigantic crowd of 360,000. Evangelist Bonnke has just finished preaching the Gospel and is now praying for the sick. We have been told that Abakaliki is a tough place for evangelism, but the Lord has broken through, and another mighty harvest of souls has taken place.

Last night I had the opportunity to preach the Gospel again. I also prayed for the people to receive the Baptism in the Holy Spirit and prayed for the sick. There was a mighty flood of salvation and healing. Tonight a witch doctor testified that last night he and his whole family received Jesus. They burned their witchcraft items in the big barrels and have confessed Jesus as savior.

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Everyone Who Calls on the Name of the Lord Will Be Saved!

By Daniel Kolenda   /     Dec 08, 2007  /     Articles, News, Posted from Abakaliki Nigeria, Uncategorized  /     2 Comments

Tonight the crowd grew to 200,000! I preached to the people about calling upon the name of the Lord…and call they did. Before I could get to the invitation the people spontaneously erupted in prayer…calling upon the Lord for salvation. I still led them in an “official” prayer of salvation, but I think that the Lord heard the cry of their hearts first.

A young girl who was born blind was healed tonight. I have been imagining what it must be like to have never seen anything in your life and suddenly your eyes are opened and before you is this spectacular sight of 200,000 people. What an amazing thing.

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Crowd Explosion

By Daniel Kolenda   /     Dec 07, 2007  /     Articles, News, Posted from Abakaliki Nigeria, Uncategorized  /     0 Comment

Tonight the tide rose on every level. More people, more miracles, more excitement and more salvations. The crowd nearly tripled tonight going from 60,000 last night to 160,000 tonight! Evangelist Bonnke preached a classic message about the Blood of Jesus and broke the curses of the land calling them by name. After the prayer for the sick there seemed to be an explosion of the miraculous. All over the field dozens of crutches were being held high as former cripples made their way to the platform to testify. It was a whirlwind of salvations, healings and miracles…praise the Lord!

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