Supernatural Intervention Revival at Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry

1913377_243289705794702_202152601395847494_oThe Revival, held in the church sanctuary at 4262 Third Avenue in the Bronx NY, centered on the Power of Change and how to enforce it in your life as a Christian.
Pastor George Creppy, sharing from his heart what God has been doing in his life and intensified the power of Change that the blood of Jesus brings in to one life. “You will dance without a song. People will think you are a mad. It’s only the mad man who knows what he is hearing? Your will be a testimony” he said in his opening remarks.
Jesus died so you can be free. He went on the cross for your total freedom. You must be free from all difficulties in your life.
God wants your total freedom. There is a grace for that. He died so that we can enjoy our lives. As we remember the triumphant entry into Jerusalem, every one of us should be happy.
“Zechariah 9:11 “As for you, because of the blood of my covenant with you, I will free your prisoners from the waterless pit.”
What we are looking for today is how to effect that change. Paul said the door has already been opened but there are so many adversaries.” 1 Corinthians 16:9. The change has been made for us but there is an opposition.” If we don’t deal with our opposition he will deal with us
Speaking from the scripture Daniel 10:12, he said, “Don’t be afraid, Daniel. Since the first day you began to pray for understanding and to humble yourself before your God, your request has been heard in heaven. I have come in answer to your prayer.”
He focused on the power of the blood of Jesus, explaining how intensified prayer can change your circumstances.
He then gave an insightful teaching on Anointing oil, Testimony and Sacrifice, inspiring those in attendance to a new and deeper commitment to God. Our destiny is in our own hands. When you need God to do something for you, you need to provoke God with your sacrifice. “But remember man does not accept sacrifices on behalf of God. We sacrifice as a form of reverence.”

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