A Red Hot Gospel Message for Belfast


Unity in the Name of Jesus

From the very first of the prayer and preparation days for this crusade unity between churches had been growing.  This was never more evident than on the final crusade night, as men and women from a range of denominations and backgrounds came together to work for the glory of God.  Stewards, ministry team, security staff and others all served together with one intention  to glorify God all of them praying earnestly for the unsaved people of Ireland, that they would hear the message of God’s love and grace and accept Him as their Lord and Savior.  It was awesome!

How wonderful, how beautiful when brothers and sisters get along!
It’s like costly anointing oil flowing down head and beard,
Flowing down Aaron’s beard, flowing down the collar of his priestly robes.
It’s like the dew on Mount Hermon flowing down the slopes of Zion.
Yes, that’s where Yaweh commands the blessing, ordains eternal life. "

Psalm 133: The Message

Healed in the name of Jesus

Prayers for healing took place each night and many testimonies of God’s healing power were heard.  Those with breathing difficulties felt their lungs fully inflate for the first time in years.  One lady, an asthmatic for twenty-four years, demonstrated her now ‘wheezeless’ breathing into the microphone.   There were countless reports of relieved pain, with further demonstration of new-found flexibility from a man who had been run over by a heavy vehicle some years earlier and had suffered painfully ever since.  Skin conditions cleared up and stiffened joints found mobility night after night the Glory was all God’s.

Many couples responded to prayers for barren wombs. It will be 9 months at least before we know the outcome!

Salvation in the name of Jesus

Overall there were 300 registered decisions to serve God.  Many, many more made quiet private decisions where they sat, or with friends later after the meeting.

One young woman arrived in Belfast from Wales for a short holiday with her brother and his friends.  They were all Christian; she was not.  They attended Thursday’s meeting; then in the early hours of the following morning after many questions and answers, the young women committed her life to Jesus.  That day she was out witnessing with her brother and an evangelist on the streets of Belfast.  At Saturday’s meeting she was filled with the Holy Spirit whilst praising God.  On Sunday morning, in a Belfast church, the young woman took her first communion as a new-born Christian, with great emotion.

Immeasurable results

This crusade cannot be measured in salvations alone.  Countless reports of changed lives, from both Christians and non-Christians were received.  Renewed commitment and zeal abounded. Divine appointments brought together Christians from across the province and the Republic.  We believe that many new ministries and works of God will be born from this time.  Throughout the crusade the air was filled with an excitement of enormous proportions.  Each night it spilled out onto the streets of Belfast as the crowds left, praising and worshipping God well into the night as they went.

To God be the Glory  through Him all things are possible!


Belfast Crusade Photos!
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