Miracle Life Hosts Revival For Those In Need Of Comforting


Tribune Features Writer


For those going through a time in their life where they need to be comforted and encouraged, Miracle Life Ministries believes its one-night Prophetic Revival is the perfect event.

The ministry is inviting members of the general public to join them for a night worship as they seek to “revive souls, spirits and our hearts.” The service will be held tonight beginning at 7:30pm at the church.

The special one-night revival themed “The Voice of the Prophet” will feature guest speaker Apostle Benjamin Smith of Embassy International.

This revival is geared towards building, encouraging and comforting the body of Christ.

“Even though we are spiritual beings, we are also human beings, subject to mistakes, trials and testing. We go through difficulties at times in our lives when we need to be comforted, encouraged reassured. God has a way of reassuring us of His promises through His prophets. Come and be blessed,” said Minister elect Adena Sherman-Young.

She said anyone who needs to be uplifted or just wants an opportunity to give praise to God should attend the service as they will leave changed.

“There are times when we need to encourage ourselves, but there are also times when we need to hear “thus saith the Lord”. In John 14:18, Jesus promised not to leave us comfortless, that He would ask the Father to send an Advocate, the Holy Spirit. It is through the Holy Spirit, in his relationship to the people of God, that we receive comfort and encouragement. The ministry of the Holy Spirit is to plead our cause, not to condemn us. He never discourages the people of God. His final purposes toward us are always positive,” she said.

Miracle Life Ministries started off as a vision of Prophet Cleon Munroe’s, who was then under the tutelage of Bishop Tutin Stubbs at the Southland Church of God.

Under Prophet Munroe’s leadership, the church continues to grow and host special events that minister to the hearts of those who walk though its doors.


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