Thousands of people drawn from all corners of Midlands province last week Friday thronged Mbizo Stadium in Kwekwe to witness the first-ever all-night “Spiritual Spectacles” crusade in the city, which was hosted by Goodness and Mercy Ministries founder Prophet Tapiwa Freddy.
By Staff Reporter
Prophet Freddy told The Standard Style that hordes of people who made their way into Mbizo Stadium was evidence of God at work.
Prophet Freddy, who has hogged the limelight with the “spiritual spectacles”, said numbers don’t lie, adding that the large numbers of congregants at the crusade were testimony of God’s faithfulness and power.
“The large number of people at the Spiritual Spectacles All-Night Kwekwe edition was evidence that people now accept the spiritual spectacles. The miracle services have been tried and tested and are coming up with tangible results,” Prophet Freddy said.
he said the congregants gave their lives to Christ on the night. He said the crusade, which started at 8pm and went on till the following morning, was characterised by miracles and wonders as God demonstrated His power through him.
“Those who attended the crusade received Christ through the ‘spiritual spectacles’. Several people managed to see the second world on that particular night,” he said.
Many people that had conditions ranging from disability, terminal illnesses, to blindness and marriage problems, among others, were also assisted.
The crusade, which was the third of a series being held across the country by the “spiritual spectacles” specialist, was spiced up by the Goodness and Mercy Ministries praise and worship team as well as gospel artistes Mathias Mhere, Agatha Murudzwa and Vabati VaJesu.
Prophet Freddy said people were free to come and attend the church’s Sunday services.