We spent the day touring the city. It was eventful as one of the vehicles broke down in the middle of the city. Many were kind to try and help. We made it to the Iron Market and had some fun bartering the prices. We had been warned how to do this. Everyone wants your attention and wants you to buy from them. For the most part, I believe we all got good deals.
This was the last day for the crusade and youth. Every day the expectation is building about what God will do today. The youth and children seemed to enjoy our program and many came to pray. We pray the Lord allows what was taught to be applied to their lives and they seek Him more than ever before.
There is such an expectation to see what God will do next. As we all testified about the Lord turning the tide last night, we have seen a much better response in the altar calls--this is an answer to prayer. God is faithful! The Lord has laid a burden for certain teens here on my heart and tonight I had the opportunity to pray with one of those teens--she has such a hunger for God! The Spirit of the Lord came down and I believe the Lord brought restoration and healing in her mind.
Today was a fun filled day with two crusades with the teens and younger children. What excitement as we had about 150 to 200 teens to attend. The children’s group was much lower, however, God came by to help and anoint us. We are believing that the Lord touched many today.
Bright and early has a new meaning for Sunday as we rose with the chickens--the sounds of them reminding me we weren’t in the States anymore. The morning church started at 8:00 am! We had a wonderful service, with many of the classes taught by FGBI students--who did a great job! Bro. Pahlman preached about cherishing the old rugged cross. One came forward to pray for salvation! There was also an early night service in which Jacob did a very good job preaching about The Titled Deed-God has the Right and Might. Praise God, two came to pray for salvation.