More than 2,500 Christians marched through the streets of Seattle declaring the name of Jesus over the city.
Organizers for the Seattle Jesus March, which took place Saturday in the downtown area, called it a “day of remarkable faith, unity, and transformation.”
Believers from different churches joined United Revival‘s event for prayer, worship, and preaching the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ to a city that has been plagued with crime, homelessness, and other issues.
“We had mass deliverance, and freedom breakout, as well as many healings and transformations!” the group said. “Let’s carry this torch of hope, spreading the gospel in our cities and celebrating God’s work beyond a single event. Together, we can be part of His transformative plan, shining His light in our world.”
Matt Wallace, who reposted one of the videos from the event, pointed out on Twitter that there were no naked strippers or leud performances in front of kids or political propaganda or demonic posters, etc.
“During Pride month, when many are confused about what love is, thousands of believers came out to show that there is love and his name is Jesus!” United Revival said. “There is no greater love than the one who poured his blood on the cross for you! Jesus is king over Seattle! Seattle will be saved!”
There was an outpouring online as well.
“What a beautiful sight and all the lives being changed. Thank you Jesus for your overwhelming love,” one person said.
“God will not be silenced,” another said.
United Revival is a non-profit organization based in Sacramento, CA. Its mission is “to create an environment for the Holy Spirit to do his work in every heart. Through prayer, worship, and evangelism we work together to unite the churches of America and establish God’s kingdom on earth.”