Praise leader Sean Feucht hosted a concert in the garden of the National Mall in Washington DC on Sunday October 25 as part of his Let Us Worship tour.
C 'is over 35,000 people who gathered on the iconic lawn of the National Mall to pray for a spiritual awakening in the United States, despite the rain and the cold reports CBN News.
A demonstration organized as part of the movement let us worship (Let us praise), created by Sean Feucht against the health measures put in place because of the pandemic, especially in churches. He denounces an attack on religious freedom.
- Cypher-33- (@MosaicYP) October 26, 2020
For nearly four hours, thousands of people sang and danced to lift up the name of Jesus, holding signs saying “Jesus 2020” or “Jesus is important”.
- Sean Feucht (@seanfeucht) October 26, 2020
The leader of hire spoke in the middle of the concert about the difficult period America is going through with the Covid-19 pandemic.
"We have lived a season of pain, discord, violence and fear, but Jesus reminds us that He died on the cross so that we can live fully ... even in the midst of a pandemic"
The event concluded with the famous song “ Our god reigns "(" Our God reigns "in French) and with an encouragement for new believers to go and be baptized.
Sean Feucht posted a photo of the rally on his Instagram account today to show his emotion, he says there is "a new movement for Jesus in America".
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This the only picture I took on my phone last night! You couldn't see the end of the worshipers filling the mall in the COLD & RAIN for JESUS !!!! 😭😭😭😭😭 THERE IS A NEW JESUS PEOPLE MOVEMENT IN AMERICA !! The “text to give” link was not working for many so please try again (text letusworship to 77977) or you can give at letusworship.us (or link in my bio). It will help us so much and a big portion goes to @lightacandleglobal! 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 I have an EPIC SURPRISE to share later today with you! So many more testimonies to share too!
Organized events by the Bethel Church worship leader in California seem to be increasingly successful despite the controversial reception voiced by some.
Le 11 last october, Sean Feucht was notably subjected to an investigation in the city of Nashville for having organized one of these famous concerts with thousands of people without masks, despite the sanitary rules.
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