Prophet Jay Israel Senior is Reviving Biblical Miracles and Wonders

Prophet Jay Israel Senior is Reviving Biblical Miracles and Wonders

Prophet Jay Israel is fast catching the attention of not only South Africa, but the world.

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His name is Jay Israel Senior, a prophet based in East London, South Africa. A young charismatic prophet reviving ancient miracles, signs and wonders.

The leader of Spirit Life Church has truly ignited and revived miracles, signs and wonders at a biblical scale. Prophet Jay Israel is fast catching the attention of not only South Africa, but the world.

Thousands of people seeking an encounter with God and an experience of the supernatural are flocking to East London in South Africa to see Jay Israel Senior. Miracles, signs and wonders have become a signature at Spirit Life Church. Just recently there was a development that shocked the world when a lady who had travelled to Spirit Life Church to seek the blessings of the prophet got mugged on her way.   Prophet Jay Israel, located the lady and proceeded to help her in the most extraordinary of ways. The video below shows why Jay Israel Senior has sparked fresh interest in miracles, signs and wonders.

Thieves be warned there is a man of God in East London his name is Jay Israel Senior, he is more effective than the police, he can locate, apprehend and cause blindness to unrepentant thieves. The pictures below are of the man who robbed a lady who was on her way to Spirit Life Church. He soon regretted his actions he touched the anointed.

Commenting on these developments Onward Christian Radio resident expert and Christian author Brilliant Pongo said: “Many contemporary Christians feel disconnected from the vibrant, Spirit-filled ministries of the prophets and apostles described in the Bible. In the Old Testament, God seemingly took the people of Israel through miraculous event after miraculous event. In the New Testament, those who watched the ministry of Jesus were seized with amazement at the miracles he performed (Luke 5:25), and the apostles in the early church regularly performed signs and wonders among the people (Acts 5:12).

Yet today, such miraculous events seem rare and, when we do hear reports of miracles, many Christians are sceptical. At the very least, they feel there’s something different about the way God worked in the Old and New Testament periods and the way he works today. What I see happening at Spirit Life Church is what should be happening in the church of God.”

The trouble is it is the Christians are the very first to discount and assign any miracle or wonder to the devil somehow the larger part of Christians seems to think modern miracles and wonders are all fake.

In the Old Testament, Moses did miracles to demonstrate his authority as God’s spokesman (Exod. 4:1–9). Similarly, the prophets were given words to speak from God, and in order to verify their authority God granted them the ability to perform miracles (1 Kings 17:17–24, 18:36–39, 2 Kings 1:10).

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Whereas “the miracles of the Old Testament age authenticated Moses and the prophets as men of God,” Brilliant Pongo notes, “the miracles of the New Testament age authenticated in turn Christ and his apostles.” Nicodemus, for example, recognised that God was with Jesus because of the miracles he did (John 3:2). Luke records approximately 20 of Jesus’ miracles, and four—all healings—are unique to only Luke. Jesus’ miracles authenticate his authoritative role in the divine plan that brings salvation (Luke 7:22). In fact, the scope of Jesus’ healings shows the breadth of his authority. He heals the sick, casts out evil spirits, and cures a variety of specific conditions: a flow of blood, a withered hand, blindness, deafness, paralysis, epilepsy, leprosy, dropsy, and fever. He resuscitates the dead and exercises power over nature.”

Christian author and Commentator Brilliant Pongo went on to say “Miracles also point to God’s kingdom and the restoration of creation. John calls the miracles of Jesus “signs” (John 4:54, 6:15), and Jesus suggests that his miraculous works verify that the kingdom of God has come (Luke 11:14-23). Jesus performed healings, exorcisms, and “nature” miracles (such as turning water into wine and multiplying food) as a sign that God’s kingdom had come to earth.

Brilliant Pongo added, “one of the purposes of miracles was “to bear witness to the fact that the kingdom of God has come and has begun to expand its beneficial results into people’s lives.” This is the point of what Jesus says in Matthew 12:28: “But if it is by the Spirit of God that I cast out demons, then the kingdom of God has come upon you.” Because of Jesus’ miraculous works, those who saw him knew that the God of Israel was once again acting in their midst. The same is true for those in East London, and South Africa as a whole Jay Israel is doing miraculous work to show and demonstrate that God is once again acting in their midst.”

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