Urgent Prayer Request:
In his Facebook page, a post has been updated asking believers to pray for Dr. Morris Cerullo who has been hospitalized due to Pneumonia.The post further asked for prayers towards Cerullo’s wife who is taking care of him.
Morris Cerullo (born October 2, 1931) is an American pentecostal evangelist. Born in Passaic, New Jersey USA.He has traveled extensively around the world for his ministry. He hosts Victory Today, a daily television program, and has published more than 80 books.
Dr. Morris Cerullo has conducted repeated “Schools of Ministry” in several countries like Mexico, Brazil, The Philippines, Korea, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Indonesia, Netherlands and many others. During these “SOMs” one of the days of the conferences he would preach in an open air crusade, or a large theater/arena, and lead people in a commitment to Jesus Christ and then would pray for healings to happen in the crowd. He would have the school of ministry students test the genuineness of the reports from the people’s testimonies. After the large mass meetings he would charge the “SOM,” School Of Ministry, students to reach out to their countrymen with the same message being inspired by the results of the public rally. Cerullo often stated that not he, but Jesus Christ was the healer. He would encourage faith in, as he would say, “the written and the living word of God.”
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