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WSBAK Revival Hour at Thilixu village

Rev. Dr. Ed Citronnelli, senior pastor World Healing International Ministry Yonkers, New York, USA, and Rev. Phughoto Aye addressing the WSBAK Revival Hoho Kupughu which began Saturday evening (February 11) at Thilixu village, Dimapur.
Dimapur February  11(MExN): The Western Sumi Baptist Akukuhou Kuqhakulu (WSBAK) Revival Hour is underway at Thilixu village 3rd Mile, Dimapur with the theme “Be reconciled with God”.  The speakers of the conference include Rev. Phughoto Aye, Senior Pastor, DSBA, Rev. Kughato K Chophy, Development Secy. SBAK Nito Mount, Rev. Dr. E D Citronnelli, Senior Pastor, WHIM, USA.
The first night saw WSBAK Revival Hour record high attendance of more than 6000 people congregating to hear the word of God.
According to Khezheto Achumi, Associate Pastor, Thilixu Baptist Church, the host church initially prepared the conference hall and chairs to sit 5500 people but with more people turning up for the service than expected the host church has added another 3000 chairs by taking down the side walls of the conference hall.
Rev. Phughoto Aye spoke on the first of the meeting. He said that if we live according to what we heard from the church today peace and reconciliation come to our land. Reflecting on the theme of the conference he also said “peace will not exist if we only listen but not act upon it”.
On Saturday afternoon service Rev. Kughato Chophy preached on prayerful family. Speaking about the Naga homes today Rev. Chophy said that though your family might have possess the riches of the earth that others might only dream, your family is the poorest if Jesus do not have a place to reside.
Dr. Citronnelli spoke in the afternoon session where many people saw amazing work of Christ. Many people witnessed and experienced the healing power of Christ.
Rev Kughato Chophy will preach on Sunday morning healing service.
With an aim of people be healed and blessed the host church and WSAK are inviting the believers to come and attend Sunday morning service that will start at 9 A.M. “We are expecting 10000 people to attend this healing service” they said.
The WSBAK Revival Hour that started on 10th Feb. will culminate on 12th Feb. Sunday evening service that starts at 3 P.M.
Around 155 churches are attending this conference.

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