By style Reporter
All roads will on New Year’s Eve lead to the Goodness and Mercy Ministries (GMM) crusade dubbed Know Before It Happens Cross-Over Night in Harare’s Glen View 8 suburb.
The Know Before It Happens Cross-Over, which is in its fifth year has turned out to be the church’s popular event on the calendar.
According to GMM founder and lead pastor Prophet Tapiwa Freddy, the cross over night like most of the church’s miracle services “has significantly helped many people”.
He said the crusade was also meant to assist those “seeking clarity for their future”.
“The Night of Crossover is about giving congregants the ability to see the spiritual world, in this case seeing their future, come 2020,” he said.
Prophet Freddy, who rose to the crest of fame through his “spiritual spectacles” four years ago, said a number of activities had been lined-up for the night.
“There shall be a number of activities, including praise and worship, testimonies, healing and deliverance, as well as the major highlight, which is the spiritual spectacles,” he said.
“This is the moment where I will decree into people’s lives that by the power of the Holy Spirit, they cross over to the next year without any carryover.”
During the past six years, similar events hosted by GMM have attracted many pilgrims drawn from all corners of the country, including from foreign lands.
Prophet Freddy said this year, the number was likely to double considering that the church was growing.
“We have put in place logistics to accommodate all congregants. “The church is growing, thanks to the miracle services,” he said.
“This is one of the most important events on our calendar. It’s an annual event that brings together people regardless of their denominations.”
Prophet Freddy is popularly known for providing what he calls “spiritual spectacles”, through which he claims people’s secrets and even the future is seen as explained in the Bible in 2 Kings 6 verse 17.
He said the prophetic conferences that he was doing throughout the year were making a significant impact in the lives of many people.
“The crusade is open to all and those seeking clarity for their future are free to attend,” he said.
The Glen View-based preacher said the conference would start at 9pm on New Year’s Eve into the morning of New Year’s Day.
The GMM praise and worship team and top gospel groups would provide entertainment.
Prophet Freddy said people were free to come and attend the church’s Sunday and Wednesday services at the church premises in Glen View 8.