The “Let Us Worship Tour,” led by Bethel worship leader Sean Feucht, stopped in Texas over the weekend and drew in thousands of Christians who gathered to worship together.
On Friday, the tour met in Fort Worth where numerous conversions, baptisms and miracles took place.
Feucht noted on his Twitter account that a little kid came up to him and said, “This is a move of God” to which Feucht replied, “YES IT IS!”
According to Dr. Charles Karuku of International Outreach Church, the number of baptisms at the Dallas event "kept going on and on and on. Worship was unstoppable."
PEOPLE RUNNING TO THE ALTAR IN TEXAS TONIGHT! 😭😭😭— Sean Feucht (@seanfeucht) October 3, 2020
Hundreds of salvations, radical healings, deliverance, baptisms in a truck!
A little kid came up to me with big eyes and said “This is a move of God!” I said YES IT IS!!
See you in the morning Dallas!!! #LetUsWorship pic.twitter.com/TPI40iSNOH
Saturday’s portion of the tour involved a pro-life march in front of the federal courthouse where the landmark decision of Roe v. Wade was first signed into law. A huge crowd of worshippers stood in front of the courthouse as they sang the hymn “Nothing but the Blood of Jesus.”
“On the steps of the federal courthouse in Dallas where Roe V Wade was signed into law,” Feucht wrote. “The blood of Jesus speaks a better word!”
As they stood in front of the courthouse, Feucht felt the Holy Spirit call parents to consider adoption.
"We're going to take on those babies. We're going to adopt those children and they're going to be raised up as revivalists,” the worship leader declared.
Then on Sunday, over 5,000 believers met in Kerrville, TX for the last leg of the tour in the state. Believers gathered for worship in front of a massive 77-foot tall empty cross at The Coming King Sculpture Prayer Gardens.
“The Empty Cross is the hope for America!” Feuct wrote on Instagram. “This was the prophetic fulfillment of so much!”
“This 77ft 7-inch-tall cross was a result of a dream that God fulfilled last night,” he explained. “Thousands gathered on this hill, hundreds gave their lives to Jesus and were baptized! A nation watched the church place their hope in the CROSS OF JESUS CHRIST!!!!!”
The “Let Us Worship” tour will resume throughout the Columbus day weekend in Atlanta, GA, Nashville, TN, and Charleston, SC.
On October 25, the tour will conclude at the National Mall in Washington D.C., just 9 days prior to the 2020 Presidential election.
“DO. NOT. MISS. THIS.” Feucht wrote on Twitter. “Whatever you have to do, BE THERE!!!”
Photo courtesy: Sean Feucht Facebook
Milton Quintanilla is a freelance writer. Visit his blog Blessed Are The Forgiven.