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God Is Working Here’: More Than 1,300 Turn to Christ

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Evangelist Rick Gage led a four-day crusade in Mississippi, where nearly 1,400 people committed their lives to Christ.

The event, attended by 17,000 people, saw 1,354 salvation decisions made.

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves said, “This isn’t a photo from a concert or a party.”

“This is from a revival event that happened a few nights ago right here in Mississippi,” he continued. “God is working here, and He has truly blessed us!”

“The kids are on fire,” he said. “We saw an incredible move of God throughout this whole campaign,” Gage said.

“Anyone who says evangelistic outreach events don’t work anymore just needs to talk to the folks in central Mississippi.”

“They also had a prayer team bathing this crusade in prayer for months and months,” he said. “They had people in private prayer room praying throughout the crusade.”

Gage attributed the success to the collaboration of church leaders and a dedicated prayer team.

Prior to the event, Gage also visited prisons and schools, leading many inmates and students to Christ.

This successful crusade follows a similar event in Georgia, where 10,000 people attended and 1,600 made commitments to Christ.

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