By Style Reporter
Goodness and Mercy Ministries founder and lead pastor, Prophet Tapiwa Freddy, will at the end of this month descend on the City of Kings and Queens for a miracle service dubbed Spiritual Spectacles Night Bulawayo Edition 2.
This is the second time the man of the cloth is taking the miracle service to Bulawayo, having made his maiden crusade in the city at White City Stadium two years ago.
The Glen View-based preacher, famed for the “spiritual spectacles”, told Standard Style that he had to give in to the demands of people, particularly those in Matabeleland region who have been clamouring for a miracle service.
He said his visit to the City of Kings and Queens was an instruction from God.
According to Freddy, the “spiritual spectacles” allow people to see their past and future, giving congregants the ability to see the “second world”.
“We are taking the ‘spiritual spectacles’ to the people upon God’s instruction. We are hosting the Spiritual Spectacles Night Bulawayo Edition 2 at White City Stadium B Arena on March 29,” Freddy said.
“We are going to Bulawayo because the number of people from Matabeleland who visit our offices in Harare on a daily basis is increasing. So, we are giving them the opportunity to have an experience of the ‘spiritual spectacles’.”
Freddy said the crusade was not confined to the “spiritual spectacles”, but would incorporate praying, healing and deliverance.
“We are not going to Bulawayo for miracles only, but to also preach about Jesus Christ and we expect people to give their life to Christ,” he said.
The man of God, who claims to be getting an overwhelming response from people from all walks of life since the time he introduced the “spiritual spectacles” four years ago said several miracle services outside Harare would come thereafter.
“We have realised that a number of people from other towns were coming to Harare for our healing and deliverance services, hence our decision to take the services to the people,” he said.
“We have been getting enquiries from people as far afield as Masvingo, Chinhoyi, Gweru, Bulawayo and Kwekwe. Our testimonies have also proved our worth.”
The church’s sermons are recorded and available on CDs, DVDs, and the church’s Facebook page, websites and television channel, GMMTV.