"When we hear that Jesus can help and give us life and peace, we should act like the woman who was eager to touch Jesus to get healed, as Jesus is real and we can experience Him," said a Taiwanese pastor.
Rev. Jushia Li, who was responsible for the prophetic ministry in Taipei 101 Church, shared a sermon in the last session of a worldwide evangelistic rally held by Kua Global on August 21.
The online healing and deliverance service was simultaneously broadcasted on 17 different platforms with 40 parties, and 500 volunteers from 20 cities in eight countries supplied instant interpretation in multiple languages.
Rev. Li encouraged believers to first speak out to God bravely, whenever they face any challenges.
"The woman who had been subject to bleeding for 12 years was finally healed, as she thought if she touched Jesus’ clothes, a miracle would happen. When she heard that Jesus could change people, she kindled hope to see Him, as she had tried every means to get healed but failed, and she was lonely and helpless because of others’ rejection," the pastor stated.
Together with Rev. Andrew Kou, senior pastor of Home of Christ Church in Taipei, and Rev. Gordon Huang, senior pastor of Taiwan Danshui church, Rev. Li offered prayers for all audience, wishing that Jesus would restore their faith and heal them, no matter what kind of despair, illness, or bondage they faced.
Kua Global is a global mission ministry that "crosses time zones, locations, languages, cultures, walls, lives, and the hearts of the people", according to its official website. Through the internet, the global ministry aims to "help strengthen local churches and become partners with churches and organizations to preach the Word of God to transform people's lives".
- Translated by Abigail Wu