Love is not intimidated by darkness

Sean Feucht is no stranger to the darkest areas of the world. He’s ministered God’s love in places like North Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan….and now, Seattle, Washington at Cal Anderson Park, formerly known as the “country” of CHOP, as he continued his “Riots to Revival” tour. Even though Antifa thugs and a satanist cult showed up acting like petulant children, the Seattle church would not be intimidated!

The worshipers held their ground and the atmosphere started to change! An article from God.TV, “Worshippers In Seattle Refused To Be Stopped When Confronted With Knife-Wielding Protesters” gave the following account:

“Violent protesters showed up flashing knives! We had an entire satanic cult march through the worshippers the entire time yelling ‘Hail Satan!’ We had white Antifa yelling & threatening black local pastors! They yelled obscenities and cursed at my wife and kids all night long!” he said.

The worship leader revealed that he had to station 30 bodyguards around him to keep the protesters from disrupting the band. The protesters would try to storm and tackle the band. Eventually, they were able to break the drums, guitar pedals, and generator.”

Despite all of the attempts, Sean saw salvations, healing miracles, and baptisms. “It was on another level!” he wrote. “Yet through it all…SEATTLE NEVER STOPPED SINGING!!!” Feucht said. “THE CHURCH REFUSED TO BE INTIMIDATED AND GOD KEPT POURING OUT!”

Additionally, Sean shared one video recorded by a protester. “The more I yell at them, the more fun they have. The more fun they f***in’ have dude. This sh** it ridiculous,” a man said.“The more I yell at them, the more fun they have. The more fun they f***in’ have dude. This sh** it ridiculous,” a man said.”

According to this article from God.TV, many were ministered to, including a Satanist who came to Christ!

The article also includes a Facebook video clip by a bystander who talks about how much the atmosphere was changed from what he witnessed during CHOP:

“The last time I was here, people were getting shot and killed. It’s such a different vibe here.”

Unlike the destructive violence and chaos witnessed under CHOP’s reign of terror, these people actually were experiencing a “Summer of Love!”

As Feucht said about about the bystander’s comments, “This is exactly why we feel called to bring worship into places of pain, heartache & violence …for moments JUST LIKE THIS when His peace rushes in and is undeniable!”

This is what happens when God’s furious love is released in the most hostile situations. As Feucht has declared, “God is going to flip the script on these cities.”

Here’s a video interview with Sean Feucht on CBN News.

In this interview, Feucht talked about an upcoming rally in Sacramento, California, and he has asked Governor Newsom to attend and even open the event with prayer! (It remains to be seen if the California governor will take him up on his offer.)

Beloved, we need to stop believing the false narrative of fear that darkness is going to win over these cities and our nation. Christ has already defeated tyranny and hate. We fight from victory with His love! We just have to have the courage to stand strong and watch Him show up.

Never has this prophetic word over God’s people been more important for us to remember than the time we’re living in now:

“Arise, shine, for your light has come,
and the glory of the Lord rises upon you.
See, darkness covers the earth
and thick darkness is over the peoples,
but the Lord rises upon you
and his glory appears over you.
Nations will come to your light,
and kings to the brightness of your dawn. (Isa.60:1-3 NIV)

About Mel Wild

God's favorite (and so are you), a son and a father, happily married to the same beautiful woman for 40 years. We have three incredible adult children. My passion is pursuing the Father's heart in Christ and giving it away to others. My favorite pastime is being iconoclastic and trailblazing the depths of God's grace. I'm also senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in Wisconsin.
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2 Responses to Love is not intimidated by darkness

  1. “Beloved, we need to stop believing the false narrative of fear that darkness is going to win over these cities and our nation. Christ has already defeated tyranny and hate. We fight from victory with His love!”

    Amen, Mel! It’s really true. We can trust it and believe it. We Christians often tend to forget just how powerful we are, but we can change the whole atmosphere, we can make a spiritual earth quake happen. We have to seize the narrative, pick it up, and speak it into existence.

    I’m chuckling here, in my tiny town somebody went and put a tiny “Jesus” sign up over at the intersection amid all the campaign signs and it’s generated some 200 comments on social media ranging from “why is that there” to, “is that even legal?” I’m laughing because the sign is so tiny I had trouble even finding it, but apparently there is power in His name, like literally, because it’s caused quite a stir.

    • Mel Wild says:

      “Is that even legal?” LOL! That is messed up. Of course, it’s perfectly fine to paint BLM on the street and burn and loot some stores. Yes, you’re right. The sign doesn’t have to be big to have a powerful effect.

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