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Miracles in Mendi

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I am Evangelist Matti Wendelin from Finland, and I was able to hold a crusade at Mendi, Papua New Guinea, January 8 through 12. Local churches came together to make this outreach possible. Thousands of people come every night, and hundreds got saved every single evening. That was glorious.

Starting at the first meeting, many healing miracles took place. For example, there was a well-known pastor whose right hand had been paralysed for 31 years after being shot in his shoulder. He received an instant miracle. As you can imagine, if someone has not been able to use their hand for 31 years, all of the muscles were tired out. God showed Himself to be a Miraculous God, He still makes miracles today. There was another man, someone everybody knew, who could not walk without help, and the Lord healed him in front of everyone’s eyes. Many other miracles too place at the first meeting, so many people came to listen to the Good news after that, evening after evening. There were about 3600 people attending every evening. Meetings were hold in the big tent. That tent is already too old and in bad condition and we are in great need to get a new one [If you would like to help, please ask for the latest contact information].

The fields are ripe and the harvest is ready in Papua New Guinea. Last year, in January 2016, I went to hold another crusade at Poroma, Papua New Guinea, where thousands of people came, received salvation and were healed. Since that crusade, all of the local churches in that area are living in revival. Almost 500 people have since been water baptised and there is no more place for people in local churches. Now we are very interested to see what fruit comes from the Mendi Crusade.

The harvest is ready now, but the harvest only comes in when labourers are sent into the fields. The Good news is free, but everybody knows it costs a lot of money to send those to preach it, and it must be preached.

God bless you all,
Matti Wendelin
January 26, 2017

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Category: Ministry, Winter 2017

About the Author: Matti Wendelin, M.Th. (University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu), was ordained as an Evangelist in 1978 at the Pentecostal church of Norrköping, Sweden, and has been in fulltime ministry ever since. In 1990, he founded Evankeliumi Kaikille Kansoille, Full Gospel for All Nations, and has preached the good news about Jesus Christ with signs accompanying in many nations including Papua New Guinea, Pakistan, India, Australia, Russia, Sweden, Finland, USA, and throughout the African continent. www.wendelin.org @MattiWendelin

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