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06 Jul 2018 | Carl Hastings
From the very first night Greenland's Park and the communities surrounding Basseterre were bombarded with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, as Evangelist Morgan preached on topics such as "Was Jesus Married to Mary Magdalene?" "Written but Where?" and "Love Will Find A Way!" The audience was captivated by the depth of knowledge, charisma, charm and power with which the evangelist preached. The impact was so great that night after night members and guest alike had to be seated by 7:30 or there would be no seats left for those who came after. Something new and exciting was happening every night. If it was not the impacting preaching, it was the health checks, or the boutique, or the concerts or the various color nights or gift nights that kept the audience in tuned and left them with a desire for more.
The message of God was expounded upon with boldness and clarity, it cut both members and guest alike but it was so sweet that it kept the wounded, distressed and soul searching audience coming back for more night after night. Evangelist Morgan was divinely touched by the Holy Spirit of God as adults and children alike were moved to give their lives to Christ.
What a joy, that after five weeks of such a life changing and transformational experience, 132 precious souls were baptized to the honor and glory of God, and are now living victorious and enriching lives for God. After ending on such a high, the Seventh-day Adventist churches across St. Kitts are still basking in the warmth of an overpowering experience that is propelling them to be more lively in and intentional about the church. For some, the Good News Gospel Explosion has ended way too soon, for others the reality of such awesome experience is simply too rich to be forgotten.
Thanks to the team of clergy and laity that worked hand in hand to make the success of this effort a reality. Thanks to our overseas Bible workers Pastor Winston Joseph, Pastor Davin Scarborough and Mr. Thomas for taking time away from their families to be with us. We are forever grateful for your impacting ministry and dogged devotion to duty.
To God be the glory, great things He has done. Victory in evangelism is sweet but heaven will be sweeter. Let us all claim the victory found in 1 Corinthians 15:57, that of reaching heaven at last, it is our goal, it is our focus it is our destiny.
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