As Liberia Crusade Records Massive Turnout
When last week, at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium, Monrovia, Liberia, God's Oracle, Apostle Johnson Suleman, danced his way through to the podium, Liberians knew they were about to experience the hand of God like never before.
This much they had anticipated when his coming to the country was earlier announced. The Liberia experience preceded the Lagos Raw Power crusade which came one week after and also witnessed a large turnout of God-seekers.
But, in Monrovia, it was a never-seen-before kind of audience, as the 25, 000-capacity stadium, was filled to the brim while the excess of 10, 000 settled for the open field.
This was the kind of crowd the Vice-President of Liberia, His Excellency Joseph Boakai and the country’s police chief, Col. Gregory Coleman, confirmed they had never seen witness a church crusade.
And like he did during the Lagos crusade when he disregarded the heavy rain and was drenched to deliver God’s assignment, Suleman’s natural flexibility was once again put to test as he defied the scorching heat in Monrovia to heal and give in the name of Christ Jesus. The lame, the crippled, the demon possessed, the blind, the deaf and the dumb received healing. And he blessed some with cash gifts and many received deliverance and prosperity. 8 wheel chairs and 23 crutches were dropped by their bearers on the first night of the two-day crusade. While the crusade lasted, medical doctors who witnessed the hearings after prayers were simply amazed.
Meanwhile, not known to many, Apostle Suleman was already a successful businessman before he started the Omega Fire Ministry. He is the chairman of Hosanna Conglomerate, with vast interests in real estate, oil and gas, banking, transport, print and broadcast media and publishing both in Nigeria and America. He is also a great writer who has authored 52 inspirational books that are best sellers worldwide.
While clearing doubts on the source of his amazing philanthropic life, Suleman said; “I give to people on instructions from God. The cash and cars I give to the less privileged, they are purchased with my personal money. I don’t take from the church purse because church money cannot even sustain me. I have 106 widows that are paid 20, 000 monthly since the past four years and are given half a bag of rice each every Thursday.
Reminded of his prophecy on a Nigerian Governor Ahmed El-Rufai, who had proposed an anti-preaching Bill earlier in the year, insisting pastors and churches must be licensed to preach, Suleman who is presently in America for a two-day crusade in Tulsa, Oklahoma, stated that the prophecy was still in force, noting that El-Rufai is alive because “he has not flouted God’s instruction by not going ahead with his proposed anti-Christian Bill.” “He dare not,” he warned.
At the Lagos crusade, the servant of God blessed a poor and hopeless woman with 1000 US Dollars and 200,000 naira cash. Hers was a moving story. Being homeless, the poor woman, with her little son took refuge with an old woman.
She has been without a job and had to beg to feed herself and son. The token, according to Suleman, was to help her secure a decent living apartment, while he promised to give her more sufficient to start a business to sustain herself and son.
Also, during the week, Apostle Suleman blessed a brother and sister with $1,000 dollar each. The two had dropped out of school because they lost their mother. And he made a promise to assist with more to enable them further their education.
Two gentlemen also were blessed with two cars, a Toyota Camry and an Avensis. The beneficiaries, Mr. Oboh and Pastor Godspower, are committed members of the ministry.