Mission to London Lights Fire Again for Thousands

|PIC1|Dr Morris Cerullo’s ministry 'Mission to London' has reignited passion for the Gospel in the capital’s believers, as thousands gathered to praise and hear some of the top preachers from around the world unite in exhorting the Holy Spirit.

Howard Conder, founder of Revelation TV, called to the more than 4,000 attendees gathered last night for the Kingdom to be preached once again in the United Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Bishop John Francis said in the pre-runner to his sermon that “the season has come” for believers to take new territory.

Bishop Francis exhorted the crowds in his sermon to consider the question asked by Jesus in John 5:6, “Do you want to get well?”|PIC2|

Listeners of all ages were reminded once again of the role they had to play in firstly seeking salvation, and then to take the step of "bringing their mat" – the things that have been controlling them in their lives – to Christ.

The crowds were spiritually uplifted by the evening’s message and hundreds more came forward from the crowd last night seeking salvation through Christ.

Dr Cerullo said that 500 people had already stepped forward from the crowds on the first night to accept Jesus into their lives. He expressed Mission to London’s aim to bring another 1,000 on Thursday night.

Preachers at the six-day event include Senior Pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre, Matthew Ashimolowo, Benny Hinn, Tayo Adeyemi, Senior Minister of New Wine Church, London, Bishop John Francis, Founder and Senior Pastor of Ruach Ministries in Brixton, London, and RT Kendall, former Minister of Westminster Chapel and author of ‘Believing God’.

Internationally renowned worship leader Dr Ron Kenoly will be leading the worship later in the week. Mission to London will run at London's Earl's Court until Saturday 22 July.

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