Lilongwe, Founder and Senior Pastor of Soul Winners Church (S.W.C), Pastor Maurice Katema has said those who do not believe in miracles and wonders are not true servants of God, saying it is difficult for them to receive blessings from the Lord.
Katema made the remarks on Sunday during 40 days of change, revival and healing service in Malangalanga, Lilongwe.
Organised under the theme The dry bones shall rise again the session, which is an annual convention, targets all groups of people within and outside the country regardless of their denomination.
Speaking in an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana), Katema said the church had 40 days of praying and fasting and it was their time to end it with a big event where God promised to deliver and heal His people who believe in miracles (Power of Gods anointing).
The event was organised as God’s revelation in the church to open the eyes of people who have problems and bring them closer to God after receiving miracles from Him, said Katema.
Katema quoted Mark Chapter 5, Verse 25 where the Bible tells the story of a woman who was healed from the flow of blood after touching the garment of Jesus Christ. She had suffered for twelve years.
I is our belief as a church to see the hand of the Lord touching people and receiving miracles, he added.
The church has been conducting different crusades where more people have been receiving miracles, healing and deliverance.
According to Katema, the vision of the church is to preach the gospel and bring hope to the hopeless. The church has plans to reach all over the country to bring salvation.
Many people have lost hope and our church is here to bring it to the hopeless and to revive souls of people. We are expecting to register more people even outside the country, he said.
He further said the church came together to have a wonderful time with other church branches across the country.
We had a special time to worship God through music, preaching and sharing of testimonies after 40 days of fasting, explained Katema.
Source: Malawi News Agency MANA