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Religion of Thursday, 3 May 2018

Source: Class FM

Agyinasare performs miracles in Pakistan: Lame walk, deaf hear

Bishop Charles Agyinasare, founder of the Perez Chapel International

Bishop Charles Agyinasare, has, through the miracle working hand of God, restored hearing to several Pakistanis who were hard of hearing as well as many others who could not walk.

On Day One of a three-day Festival of Miracles in Karachi, the Ghanaian founder of Perez Chapel International (PCI) worshipped with a mammoth crowd and imparted healing unto them.

A young man who had been hard of hearing in both ears received healing at the festival.

Several other deaf and dumb people, including a little boy who had relied on his hearing aid for the past 10 years, received healing through the power of God on the same night. Also, a young woman who could neither hear nor walk for many years, instantly got healed.

Bishop Agyinasare arrived in the predominantly Muslim country on Monday, 30 April for the three-day miracle event. Karachi is home to 27 million of Pakistan’s 200 million population with 93 per cent of them being Muslims. Christians are just 3 per cent of the entire population.

The Festival of Miracles in Pakistan follows similar ones held in Accra, Ghana, through which several people received miraculous healing.

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