- Bishop Charles Agyinasare reportedly heals a dying man in Karachi, via phone
- The Ghanaian founder of Perez Chapel International announced to the sea of Pakistani Christians on the third day of the Festival of Miracles service in the predominantly Muslim country
Founder of the Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare, healed a paralyzed, dying Pakistani man during his Festival of Miracles service held in the town of Karachi.
The sick Pakistani man who could not breathe, and, therefore, had to be put on oxygen at the hospital where doctors gave him 20 minutes to live, received his healing via phone.
“While we were praying, he connected to his brother; now the brother is moving in the hospital… The Doctor said in 20 minutes the brother was going to die, he is on oxygen, after prayer, he took off the oxygen and he is beginning to walk,” the preacher told a packed crowed during the Festival of Miracles service.
Bishop Agyinasare is in the Muslim country for a three-day miracle event. The man of God arrived in the country on Monday, April 30, 2018.
On the third day of the Festival of Miracles service, most Pakistanis who were suffering from many forms of sicknesses were miraculously healed.
An old man who had been confined to a wheelchair, got healed on the same night. “The power of the Lord has touched him,” Bishop Agyinasare said.
Others who also received their healings include a woman who could not walk for the past three years but began to move her legs after prayers.
A young boy who has not been able to speak for the past six year, also received his miracle. Also, a little girl who had a growth on her chest got healed of the tumour during prayers.
Pakistan is a country with a population of 200 million people, however, it is dominated by Muslims.
Despite having 93 per cent of its population being Muslims, with Christians occupying just 3 per cent of the entire population, Bishop Agyinasare’s Festival of Miracles service saw a huge turnout.
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