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Bible conference & healing service held

Rev Zotuo Kiewhuo ministering at the Bible Conference & Healing Service organized by The Northern Evangelical Lutheran Church at Koilamoila: Chirang, Assam.
Dimapur, February 8 (MExN): The Bible conference & healing service organized by The Northern Evangelical Lutheran Church was held at Koilamoila: Chirang, Assam from February 2 to 5. Rev Zotuo Kiewhuo, Founder Pastor Koinonia Baptist Church and also Principal Kohima Bible College and Rev Timothy Thianmungthanga from Mizoram were the speakers.
Speaking on the theme, “Isa 54:2 Enlarge the place of thy tent…” Rev Zotuo Kiewhuo elucidated that this refers to ‘Souls being saved.’ In exemplifying, he noted that the Israelites were barren but God promised that even the desolate places will be occupied and blessings will flow instead of reproach. He validated that we must radically engage in this and obey the Father (God) since we are the legitimate children of God. He exhorted the believers to be deeply-rooted in strong prayer, to give sacrificially to demonstrate their faith in God, and develop the passion to witness to the perishing souls in order to enlarge their tents.
On the other, Rev Timothy Thianmungthanga from Mizoram shared on the imperative needs of missionaries in the present world. The crusade witnessed the faithfulness and mighty works of God. More than 8’000 people attended the crusade. The thirst and hunger for the truth were progressively quenched and filled through the ministering of the Word. God in His faithfulness poured out His love, restoration and blessings to the people at the crusade. Many received the healing touch of God, the newness of life in Christ and committed their lives to serve His plans and purposes.

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