On Sunday, the Rev. Franklin Graham shared on Facebook how God moved miraculously at an event in Mexico, where 16,000 people showed up to hear the word of God.
Graham, the son of the late evangelist Billy Graham, spoke at the Festival de Esperanza in Mexico this past weekend. The results of the two-day event were far beyond what he could have projected.
In his post, Graham shared more about the experience, along with some photos depicting his time in Monterrey, Mexico.
“We praise God that hundreds of people responded to the invitation to turn from their sins and trust Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord tonight in Monterrey, Mexico,” he wrote.
“I told the full house at Arena Monterrey that there was nothing more valuable than a soul. Your soul lives inside your body and when your body dies, your soul will live forever in one of two places—Heaven or Hell,” Graham recalled. “Your soul’s destination depends on whether you accept or reject Jesus Christ during this life. It’s the most important decision you will ever make. The Bible tells us, ‘For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?’ (Mark 8:36). I’m thankful for the power of the Gospel and that many souls were saved this evening.”
“Over 500 churches prayed and participated in the Festival de Esperanza — we appreciate each one of them, and I’m looking forward to coming back to Mexico,” Graham added.
We praise God that hundreds of people responded to the invitation to turn from their sins and trust Jesus Christ as…
In a separate post, Graham shared more photos and a quote from Isaiah 55:6.
“Over 16,000 people came to hear the Gospel last night in Monterrey, Mexico. It was a packed house!” he wrote. “I thank God for all those who responded to the invitation to put their faith and trust in Jesus Christ. The Bible says, ‘Seek ye the Lord while he may be found, call ye upon him while he is near’ (Isaiah 55:6).”
He also thanked those who had provided the music for the event and asked for prayer for the rest of the event.
“Thank you to Grupo Juda, Grupo Barak, Marco Barrientos, Dennis and Danny Agajanian, and The Tommy Coomes Band for bringing the incredible music at the Festival de Esperanza (Festival of Hope). Please pray with us for God to work in many more hearts tonight,” Graham wrote.
Over 16,000 people came to hear the Gospel last night in Monterrey, Mexico. It was a packed house! I thank God for all…
To read more about Graham’s Mexico ministry and the event itself, click here.
(H/T: CBN News)