Church promises to  ‘revive believers’

Church promises to ‘revive believers’

MASERU – In 1995, Simon Hlalele fell gravely ill.
Doctors could not diagnose his illness while traditional healers said he had been bewitched.
His illness was so severe that he ended up bedridden.

When he was at his lowest, a friend advised him to go to a Pentecostal church, where he says he was “instantly” healed through the “power of prayer”.
The church was the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God “where I was saved and repented to God”.
“That was where I started preaching as a pastor for nine years,” he said.

Hlalele then joined the Adonai Ministries where he continued as a pastor and later joined the Agape Ministries.
“In 2011 God talked to me and instructed me to start this ministry, the Wind of Change Ministry, which I did on December 12, 2011 when this church was launched,” he said.

Hlalele says he will on November 25 hold a service to “revive believers both spiritually, psychologically and physically”.
“This is meant to turn the hearts of people back towards their God,” Hlalele said.
“It is because the revival we are talking about means the restoration or healing of the sick bodies, souls and the mending of the fractured families,” he said.

“There are some are now drug addicts and they need divine intervention so that they come back to the original plan of God about them. They will have been revived so to speak,” he said. Hlalele said although performing miracles is an integral part of his ministry, he focuses more on teaching the Gospel “because it is of great importance for God’s people to know and understand His Word”.

Staff Reporter

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