A lively praise and worship team led by Alo Wanth and team and a moving and touching message of God from Rev Kilang Jamir marked the inaugural programme of Dimapur revival and healing crusade “He Touched me” organized by Sinai Ministry on Friday, IMC hall. Reverend Lano Longchar and Reverend Kilang Jamir are the main speakers for the programme starting from Friday till Sunday. It may be noted that the first programme was held in August last year.
Sharing the word of God with the congregation, Rev Kilang Jamir pointed out that religious, philosophy and wisdom of man cannot touch with a longer impact and only God can empower one’s life. Basing on the theme, Director, Youth Harvest Ministry, Rev Kilang Jamir said, touching was a very compassionate way shown by God while at the same time he cautioned that healing was God’s wish, timing and purpose. He also pointed out that knowing the will of God was far better than getting healed. Taking the example of Job from the Bible, Jamir also stated that it was sometimes God’s plan to let us suffer for a short period of time. The speaker also challenged the congregation to come and repent their sins before God and stated “You cannot control other people’s life and never run away from problems”. Kilang also stated that if one kept on listening to the words of negative people surrounding around them, the Christian spirit would be destroyed. Later the speaker along with the worship team and members of Sinai Ministry called the gathering to the altar.
Earlier Dimapur Ao Baptist Arogo (DABA) Associate Pastor Lima delivered the invocation and also exhorted the congregation. While special presentations were delivered by Youth Department of Kashiram Ao Baptist Arogo and a duet by Tali Angh and Jungtina.
It may be mentioned that the Dimapur revival and healing crusade “He touched me” is a yearly event of the Sinai Ministry based on the testimony of Director, Sinai Ministry, Imliwabang Longchari who lost his father on December 29, 2007. Wabang shared that it was during those tough moments on hearing about his father’s sudden illness that the Holy Spirit commanded him to sing “He touched me” by Gaither Vocal band on the stage during a crusade. He pointed out while he was singing the song his father was healed slowly both physically and spiritually.
Meanwhile Wabang informed that the three days programme from July 24-26 was open to everyone with no bar on age, caste, tribe, gender and denomination.
The morning service for Saturday will start from 9 am with Rev Lano Longchar delivering the word of God while Ajungla Longchar will leadthe praise and worship.