What can compare with seeing someone you love being saved or healed—live and in person?
It is one thing to claim that miracles are taking place. It is quite another to see them actually happen. On Sunday, July 10, at 6:30 p.m., with thousands of people from all over Colorado, we expect miracles to happen.
We certainly do not expect them because we deserve them. We expect them because Christ has directed us to hold this crusade. And we are not the only ones who believe miracles are coming.
A volunteer army of 1,500—the largest in our history—is converging on Colorado Springs. Its members are already on the streets, laying hands on the sick and winning souls. The openness of people to our army is in stark contrast to the images the media tries to project.
The timing for these four nights could not be better. Colorado Springs is already experiencing a spiritual rumbling. There is a widespread feeling that God is pushing a supernatural reset button for faith and the fire of revival. The message that “Something big has already begun” keeps resounding among the churches.
They believe that many things the church has lost will be restored. And many wonderful new things will be added.
The hand of God is heavy on this outreach. The expectancy is electric. But the two greatest miracles are just now starting. The first one is intercession. Colorado Springs is being encircled and bathed in prayer. Heart to heart, God’s warriors are marching around the city. It is a massive appeal to heaven.
It is no coincidence that a vast contingency of fiery believers from South Korea will also be in Colorado Springs, praying during the tent crusade. We did not coordinate this intercession. It is a separate event planned by the Holy Spirit, not by man.
These South Koreans are coming to many parts of America to pray. They are commemorating the great Billy Graham crusade that reached millions in Seoul Korea.
Beyond prayer is the next great miracle: Friends bringing friends and families bringing families to the tent. Mark 6:54b-56 (NKJV) says, “And when they came out of the boat, immediately the people recognized Him, ran through that whole surrounding region, and began to carry about on beds those who were sick to wherever they heard He was. Wherever He entered, into villages, cities, or the country, they laid the sick in the marketplaces, and begged Him that they might just touch the hem of His garment. And as many as touched Him were made well.”
Truly, this Bible miracle of people bringing people to Jesus will be repeated here.
We are setting up every chair we can inside our new 190 feet by 100 feet tent, 2,000 new chairs have arrived by semi from New York.
I will address the 1,500-plus army in a special rally on Saturday, July 9, at 6 p.m. The fire will fall that night, the eve of the crusade, and will launch the army. Then, Sunday, the tent will transform from a Pentecostal Upper Room into a nuclear power plant of salvation and healing.
Pray, pray, pray! And join us. Bring someone you love to be saved or healed.
For the original article, visit mariomurillo.org.
Mario Murillo rose from poverty in the Mission District of San Francisco. After being revolutionized by Christ, he felt a call to the University of California at Berkeley. His international ministry was launched after a four-day conference in San Jose, California, extended for six months with a total attendance of nearly 250,000 people. Since then, his voice has been heard by millions around the world, bringing a message that zeroes in on the hurts of society. He presents Christ clearly and intelligently, and openly declares the power of Jesus to totally transform a life. His simple declaration: Come and see. Christ has the power to end addiction, racism, violence and disease.