Friday, 25 November 2011

Let Him Heal!

it is probably intimidating to admit that you have a broken heart during a live production in front of a theatre of strangers. What we have seen though, is that believers stand up and bring their friends forward for prayer. Throughout the Life of Christ there were people who weren't ashamed to cry out: "Jesus! Son of David! Have mercy on me!" Anyone who has been saved and truly born again have made a public confession of Jesus Christ  as their Lord and Saviour. The Holy Spirit helped us last night with words of knowledge to loosen up hte bonds that held people back from responding to God's love and the message in the show. One man with a lower spinal injury was ministered to and the anointing breaks the yoke.
Tears flowed from some and deep healing took place. Apostle Leigh and Pastor Derrick got involved and laid hands on people in Jesus name - the value of including spiritual leadership in the cast and crew of Good News. The inserted photo is from a scene entitled: "Mad Man" the true portrayal of a man that was healed from insanity in Africa, when Apostle Andre Pelser gave him a Bible and said: "God will use you!"  Gift Matabese, a bursary student at Miracle Bible College, acted this out superbly, I am the drumming acting out the torment he experiences and his body moves with every rhythm I played. 
Friday and Saturday night performances are sold out - praise God! There are still some people that have not seen it. We hope to release this production in different districts of Cape Town next year. Pray for us and let us know if you want to support this work or invite us to your community, your school your church. Thanks to Harvester Church Cape Town for hosting "Good News" - have a look at and for more testimonies, articles, videos, pictures and resources that will change your life! 

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