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I am sitting in Frankfurt, Germany now on my way home. As I reflect on the events of the past week, there is only one word that comes to mind…”MIRACULOUS”. It started with the way the funds came in supernaturally just before the crusade was cancelled. And then throughout the week, it was one miracle after another. I have so many things that I still want to post about this trip, and I will be doing that for the next couple of days. Below is the report from the final meeting


Dear Mission-Partners,

One should call it THE MUBI-MIRACLE! It is beyond description. Tonight’s meeting was attended by 500,000 people – and that in North Nigeria! I can’t stop looking at these wonderful faces. The Holy Spirit brought us here. HE made us to seek the lost, look for the overlooked, and as we found them, in turn, they were found by JESUS. The total attendance over the 5 days of Gospel-Crusade here stands at 2,445,000 people.

We call it the Mubi-Miracle because it happened against all odds: First we were on the point of cancellation, due to lack of finance, when the Lord made “a way in the mighty waters”. Second it is the most unlikely of all places in Nigeria to have seen such a glorious heaven quake! Tonight’s miracles were no exception, as you see the from the pictures: Tonight’s miracles were no exception. One man who was blind in both eyes for 23 years instantly received his sight. A woman, deaf for 30 years received perfect hearing. A lame woman jumped and ran and stomped on the platform and all the people rejoiced. These are only a few of the miracle testimonies we heard from the almost unending line of those who had come forward to testify.

A big thank you to all of you who stood and stand with us. We cannot recline or retire. In a few weeks our “wheels of fire” will take us back to another such place, this time the town of Bali in Tabara State, Nigeria. Please continue to stand with us and pray for us.

Yours together in the Harvest with the whole CfaN Team,
your TWO Evangelists Daniel Kolenda and Reinhard Bonnke.

Pictures by O. Volyk

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