CfaN festival in Accra, Ghana
Thousands were saved at the Christ for All Nations festival in Accra, Ghana. (CfaN )

Friday night the crowd nearly doubled from Thursday. It's awesome to see these dynamics. I preached about the power of the blood of Jesus and many thousands responded. Afterward, as usual, we broke the curses, burned witchcraft juju and prayed for the sick—what a package! 

  • A man whose arm was paralyzed for six years could suddenly move it perfectly and totally pain-free. 
  • Another man who was carried to the meeting tonight, unable to walk, was lying on the ground when we prayed for the sick. He was totally healed, rose up and walked! 
  • I had a word of knowledge about a man with a swelling on the left side of his neck and sure enough, a man came forward who had a large boil on his neck. During the prayer, it vanished. 
  • A woman who had a painful breast tumor was totally healed—the lump disappeared and all the pain left.

These are just a small sampling of the many miracles that Jesus did tonight. To God be the glory for the things He has done. 

Thank you for continuing to pray for us and for the precious people of Accra.

Click here for updates on the first and third nights of the crusade.

Daniel Kolenda is a missionary evangelist who has led more than 10 million people to Christ face-to-face through massive, open-air evangelistic campaigns in some of the most dangerous, difficult and remote locations on earth. He is president and CEO of Christ for All Nations and hosts an internationally syndicated television program.

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