Goodness and Mercy Ministries founder Prophet Tapiwa Freddy, who has hogged the religious limelight with the “spiritual spectacles”, will descend on the mining town of Kwekwe for a crusade dubbed the Spiritual Spectacles Night Kwekwe Edition early next month.
The all-night healing and deliverance service will be held at Mbizo Stadium on March 2.
By Staff Reporter
Freddy told The Standard Style that he was taking the “spiritual spectacles” to the Midlands town as part of his countrywide miracle services.
Last year the preacher held his first all-night prayer outside the capital when he hosted a crusade at White City Stadium in Bulawayo, which drew hundreds of people from Matabeleland region. Prophet Freddy also held a similar crusade at Mutare’s Sakubva Beit hall.
“We are taking the ‘spiritual spectacles’ to Kwekwe upon God’s instruction. We are expecting a full house and people should expect spiritual spectacles,” he said.
“The Kwekwe edition is a continuation of our crusades outside Harare. We are planning to go across the country doing God’s work.”
Prophet Freddy claims the “spiritual spectacles” allow people to see their past and future, giving people the ability to see the “second world”.
The Spiritual Spectacles Night Kwekwe Edition will be spiced up by music from the Goodness and Mercy Ministries praise and worship team, Agatha Murudzwa, Mathias Mhere and Vabati VaJesu.
Prophet Freddy said people from other towns were coming to Harare for healing and deliverance services at his church, hence his decision to take the “spiritual spectacles” to other towns.
“We have been getting enquiries from people as far afield as Masvingo, Chinhoyi, Gweru, Bulawayo and Kwekwe. Our testimonies have also proved our worth.”
Prophet Freddy, whose Spiritual Spectacles All Night and Sunday services in Glen View have been drawing a full house, believes the Kwekwe event will be big.