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More than 10,000 people gathered for a four-day crusade that brought together dozens of Bible-believing churches across Jackson, Mississippi.
“This isn’t a photo from a concert or a party,” Gov. Tate Reeves wrote on X. “This is from a revival event that happened a few nights ago right here in Mississippi. God is working here, and He has truly blessed us!”
The Metro Mississippi Go Tell America Crusade with Rick Gage was believed to be the largest gathering of Christians in Mississippi’s state capitol since the late Billy Graham held a crusade more than 40 years ago.
“We saw an incredible move of God throughout this whole campaign,” Gage, known as the small-town Billy Graham, told the Christian Index.
“Anyone who says evangelistic outreach events don’t work anymore just needs to talk to the folks in central Mississippi.”
“We have great churches doing great work, but there are a lot of folks that never get touched by church ministry. The idea of the crusade is to energize our churches, but also to be able to reach into some other avenues to touch people’s lives,” Don Lum, director of evangelism at the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board, told the Baptist Record.
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Two thousand people accepted Christ during the event and many more rededicated their lives to Christian service and ministry.
“To God be the glory,” one attendee wrote on social media.
“I absolutely love love love this,” wrote another. “It’s a time of revival, worship and forgiveness!!!!! One mind, one accord and unity!!!! I’m so thankful for the love of God, He reached way down for me. God died shed His precious blood for all mankind. He said whosoever will let him come. I’m thankful. Thank you for this beautiful post of people loving each other and loving God.”
Many others blasted Gov. Reeves for promoting the crusade and accused him of breaking the law.
“Mixing politics with religion? Tax the churches,” one angry person wrote. “This is a Christian klan rally.”
But the messages of support and encourgement far outnumbered the critics.
“I’m praying for all on here that slam the Gov. for praising a revival,” wrote one resident. “Lord soften these folks’ cold hearts. Thank you Tate for reminding us what is important in our lives.”
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