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Kanye West’s Sunday Service Sees ‘Over 1,000 People’ Accept Jesus As Their Savior in Louisiana

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Kanye West’s Sunday Service Sees ‘Over 1,000 People’ Accept Jesus As Their Savior in Louisiana

More than a thousand people gave their lives to Christ at Kanye West’s Sunday Service” in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, last week, The Advocate reports.

Since January this year, Kanye West started holding the ‘Sunday Service’ events and has since toured around the country, holding Sunday Services across several states.

Kanye and the Sunday Service Choir were at The Bethany Church to lead a service that was attended by thousands of people.

Pastor Jonathan Stockstill, started the service with words of praise to God. “Can we hear it for Jesus! He is king tonight.” He said.

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Kanye then opened with “Closed on Sunday,” a song from his new album “Jesus is King,” which has recently debuted at No. 1 on Billboard 200 chart.

This is West’s ninth consecutive album to hit No. 1, tying him with Eminem for the most consecutive No. 1 albums, according to CNN.

Sharing his experience at the Sunday Service, Curvine Brewington, a pastor from Crossroads Church in Lafayette, Louisiana, posted a picture of people raising their hands in response to an altar call to emphasize “the legitimacy or spiritual impact” at West’s Sunday Services to anyone who doubted the project.

“Tonight, worship was lifted, the name of Christ was exalted, the Word of God was preached, a multitude prayed together, the Gospel was clearly proclaimed, and an opportunity to respond was given. In a crowd of 6,000 people from all walks of life, all ages, and all races, i witnessed over 1,000 people respond to The Gospel by raising their hands to accept Jesus as their Lord & Savior!” Brewington wrote.

 

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Tonight, @candacebrewington & I got to experience Kanye West’s Sunday Service at @bethany_church in Baton Rouge. If you’ve ever doubted the legitimacy or spiritual impact of this #sundayservice project, simply look at this incredible shot taken by @the.smitan during the altar call. YES, I said ALTAR CALL. 😲 Tonight, worship was lifted, the name of Christ was exalted, the Word of God was preached, a multitude prayed together, the Gospel was clearly proclaimed, and an opportunity to respond was given. In a crowd of 6,000 people from all walks of life, all ages, and all races, i witnessed over 1,000 people respond to The Gospel by raising their hands to accept Jesus as their Lord & Savior! 😱🙌🏾 Say what you want, & think what you want…. But trust me when I tell you – The Spirit of the Living God was indeed present. I danced, wept, stood in awe of God’s redemptive work, & can honestly say that tonight I witnessed a new wave of REVIVAL first hand. #Jesusisking • Isaiah 43:19 “Behold I do a NEW thing. • 1 Corinthians 1:27 “But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. • #excited #inspired 📸 @the.smitan

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“Say what you want, & think what you want…. But trust me when I tell you – The Spirit of the Living God was indeed present. I danced, wept, stood in awe of God’s redemptive work, & can honestly say that tonight I witnessed a new wave of REVIVAL first hand.” He added.

The Advocate managed to interview a few people present about their thoughts on West and his worship services.

Sierra Scoggins, an elementary school teacher said, “I’m excited that he’s here. It’s really good for the Baton Rouge community to be here and lift up Jesus’ name.”

“I was interested because he said he was going to go completely Christian. I was, like, ‘Well, this is crazy. Let me see about this.’” insurance salesman Frank Manguno added.

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