Mighty move of healing at Tuana’imato

By Ilia L. Likou ,

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LIFTING UP GOD: The people who attended the crusade at Tuanaimato.

LIFTING UP GOD: The people who attended the crusade at Tuanaimato.

A healing crusade, which was originally scheduled at Marist Lotopa, has been relocated to Gym 1 at Tuana’imato. 

But that hasn’t stemmed the flow of hundreds of believers who have been heading there to receive the Word and their blessings.

Headlining the crusade is Evangelist, Joseph Lee. This is his second crusade in Samoa following the success of last year’s meeting.

“Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom…there is Liberty,” he said.  “I just want to remind you tonight that we’re serving a living God, He’s not dead… God will heal you when you believe and faith in Him.”

And there were plenty of testimonies about how God had healed people.

These included a lady in a wheelchair who walked for the first time.

“I feel no pain,” she cried. “I can walk freely now…this is a miracle”

Partaker, Cruise Westerlund, of the Supernatural Fellowship team, encouraged everyone to attend the Jesus Loves Samoa Healing Crusade. 

“I testify to what I saw with my own eyes and what I felt in my heart. The miraculous hand of God was upon the gathering as people came day after day to participate in what God was doing in our nation,” he said.

“It reminded me of the ministry of Jesus where he went about healing all those who were sick and liberating those who have been in a critical state of severe oppression, depression and agony. “There had been hundreds of people that came during the crusade with their own type of sickness, complex problem, issue that required some sort of remedy.” 

 Mr. Westerlund said that many left the Marist grounds last year completely healed. 

 “You don’t need to be sick to have a reason to attend, all I know is that Jesus himself manifests where faith is resident, and where faith is resident he is mostly active – he does only what he himself can do.”

The National Healing Crusade ends tonight.

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