The last session of the three day Dimapur revival and healing crusade organized by the Sinai Ministry at IMC saw a packed hall on Sunday. In the afternoon session, Rev. Kilang Jamir in his message stressed on the journey of life. He said at times in life when one seemed to face the “dead end of life” one would be left alone at the most difficulties of testing.
However, he said it was to prove that help did come from God alone and not men.
He also expressed that no one had the power to destroy the purpose of God and when faced with dead end with no way out, one could receive inner courage when God’s presence was in men. He added “inner courage is character” which comes through knowing God. Further, he called upon the congregation not to fear in any situation as “fear is a curse”.
Speaker at the evening session was Rev Lano Longchar while Angelina exhorted the congregation.
Rev Lano Longchar in his message urged the congregation to love, talk, walk and give thanks to God continuously. He called upon the congregation to love God and make a commitment with him. Revealing that it had been 54 years since God touched him, he pointed out that a person would be filled with Holy Spirit if one continued talking with God. “Prayer is a mighty power to talk to God”, he added. He said that all things will go well with anyone if they walked with the Lord.
He enlightened the congregation by saying that there were 32,000 blessings in the Bible for them. In the end he stated “Accept Jesus and He will honour you”.
Later after the programme while talking to this reporter, he stated that such kind of crusade was necessary for the Nagas at this juncture. “Without God, Nagas don’t have a future and every Nagas need to be touched by God”, he added.
Director, Sinai Ministry Wabang Longchari on being asked about the response replied that it was just amazing. “Words are not enough to describe and it was great testimony with even the balcony of IMC jam packed” he added.
He also informed that seeing the response of the congregation, the last session has been extended to Monday starting 5pm onwards with Rev Kilang Jamir as the speaker.