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Thousands Rejoice, Worship Together 'To See the Love of God' During West Coast 'Revival in America'


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Worship leader Sean Feucht brought his "Hold the Line" rally to the West Coast this weekend as thousands gathered in Oregon and Washington.

Feucht was in Salem, Oregon on Thursday where people prayed and worshipped together, including baptisms at Riverfront Park.

In an Instagram post, Feucht wrote that the Holy Spirit was present as worshippers rejoiced at the sight of "healings and miracles."

"God's presence landed in Salem tonight!!!!!!! It was UNDENIABLE and REVELATORY! Thousands and thousands showed up to worship Jesus in the park! Hundreds were baptized in the cold river -WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE THE FOOTAGE!! Crazy healings and miracles broke out!!!"

The worship leader and his band traveled to Vancouver, Washington on Friday where more salvations and healings took place at Waterfront Park.

Feucht tweeted, "The courageous church of THOUSANDS showed up last night in Vancouver, Washington. AND GOD MET US IN A PROFOUND WAY!!"

David Sisco of Vancouver told Clark County Today News that he came out to the event "to worship the Lord."

"It's very simple," Sisco said. "We need Him here. We need Him in Portland. We need Him in Seattle. We need Him in Olympia. Every person on the face of the earth needs Jesus in their heart." 

Jessica Iveson of Portland told the news agency that she was there "to see the love of God released everywhere." She held a flag with the message "Hope" printed across it because "people have a lot of hope and a lot of love to give."

And Feucht brought the "revival in America" to Sacramento, California Sunday evening where over 12,000 people came to "release a new sound over the state."

"JUST GOT WORD: Official Capitol Hill Police estimate over 12,000 tonight at the capitol building!!!" Feucht wrote on Facebook. "WHAT IS GOD DOING IN AMERICA!?!? ONLY GOD COULD DO THIS!!!

The event was packed with prayer and praise for the Holy Spirit as people "from every denomination, background, ethnicity, and tribe" came to worship. "Only heaven knows the full weight of what was accomplished together," Feucht wrote on Instagram.

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Andrea Morris

Andrea Morris is a Features Producer for The 700 Club. She came to CBN in 2019 where she worked as a web producer in the news department for three years. Her passion was always to tell human interest stories that would touch the hearts of readers while connecting them with God. She transitioned into her new role with The 700 Club in August 2022.