Miracle Paul gears up for Easter service.

The preacher is known for his high energy sermons and prophetic moments.

THOUSANDS of worshippers from different parts of the country are expected to throng the New Revelation Ministries headquarters in Chitungwiza for the annual Easter service to be led by the church founder, Miracle Paul.

The preacher is known for his high energy sermons and prophetic moments.

“Easter is a time of hope and renewal,” the preacher’s publicist, Lovemore Muzawazi, said.

“This year, with the world facing so many challenges, I believe people are yearning for a message of faith and inspiration, hence we are preparing a special service for the believers.

“We hope the hand of the Lord shall be witnessed and many souls shall be won.”

The Easter service, held annually at the church, has become a star event for many including locals.

Last year’s event saw thousands in attendance, with many travelling from rural areas namely Mutoko, Chikomba and Hurungwe, among other areas.

Muzawazi said this year’s edition of the sermon will be live-streamed on various online platforms to catch a wider audience and solidify the event’s position as a major religious tourism drawcard.

“Regardless of your beliefs, everyone is welcome to Chitungwiza. Easter is a celebration of new beginnings, and our doors are open to all seeking a spiritual upliftment.

“The service will feature guest speakers and a special Easter message from Miracle Paul himself. As the organisers, we are also planning a charity drive to support underprivileged communities,” Muzawazi added.

The Chitungwiza business community has in the past benefited during Easter holidays when thousands of believers trek to the dormitory town for Miracle Paul’s service.

Miracle Paul is famed for his Abraham’s Tent, which he uses as a medium for God’s deliverance.

Inside the tent, there is a “spiritual television” on which congregants are believed to visualise their prophecies on the walls of the tent.

He is also famed for a deliverance service dubbed Dziva Reruponeso, where people are purportedly delivered in the church’s artificial pool for breakthroughs.

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