Saturday, 17 February 2018

Calabar Gospel Crusade: Fetish men Surrender to Jesus as kolenda sets two drums of Fetish items on Fire in Calabar

Indegenes and residents of Calabar,  Cross River State and it's environs who are involved in fetish acts have surrendered to Jesus as they laid their charms and other fetish items to be burnt at the ongoing Great Calabar Gospel crusade.

The fetish items which were contained in two drums were presented by people who received Christ at the Great Calabar Miracle Crusade. The man of God Evangelist Jolene's set the items on fire on the second day of the impactful  Crusade.

The items comprising charms, juju, occult  items among  others were brought buy their owners on instructions of the Evangelist on Day one of the programme that  those who own such items should bring them  for destruction after they have made Jesus the Lord of their lives.

The two drums kept  on both sides of the auditorium  and in response to his instructions many people brought their fetish items which filled thje drum sand after praying over them a burn fire was made of the item.

 Evangelist Kolenda also s  prayed and broke curses in the land  to set the people free from the sprits of prostitution, kidnapping, armed robbery, mermaid, shedding of blood and other demonic activities that have plagued the land of Calabar and the entire state   for so long.