The crowd gathered in their thousands, as far as eyes could see, at the Trade Fair Complex in Ojo, Lagos, for an appointment with the miraculous during Christ Embassy Lagos Zone 2's 'Night of Bliss Special'. The atmosphere was electrified with the power of God in response to the people's expectations, built over weeks of prayerfully preparations.
The congregation responded with exhilaration to every segment, praying intensely, joyfully praising and worshipping God, responding with joy to the Word. There was a marvelous display of gifts and talents as members of the zone presented inspiring musical numbers and dance presentations. LMAM All-Stars, Ada, Joe Praize, Buchi, Frank Edwards, Kids Can Dance, TB1 and UR Flames got the crowd lifted to transcendental realms through their ministrations.
The esteemed Zonal Director, Pastor Vale Odu-Thomas, ministered under tremendous grace to the hearing of a captivated crowd. "Jesus came to take our place of suffering, disease and infirmity and give us a new life. In this new life, there is no sickness, no pain; it’s a life of glory, health and wealth," he declared. Faith was stirred in believers to live the glorious life in Christ, while unbelievers had their eyes enlightened to see the end of all their struggles.
When the altar call was made, thousands rushed to the stage to give their hearts to Christ! As Pastor Vale began to minister to the sick and infirmed, commanding the demons to come out of their bodies, several miracles erupted throughout he arena. The faith received through the ministration of the Word, inspiring talkshows and testimonies of healing from the ministry of the man of God, Pastor Chris, and last year's edition of the 'Night of Bliss Special' was met with diverse miracles. The blind saw, the lame walked, and diverse sicknesses were healed.
Copies of the Rhapsody of Realities, 'Now That You Are Born Again', 'the Power of Tongues', the 'Year of Flourishing' message and more were distributed to first timers and new converts. While hundreds of thousands participated from the Trade Fair Complex, hundreds joined in from international mission churches in Jamaica, St. Kitts and Trinidad & Tobago.