Top of the Week: Mario Murillo: The Shift for America Has Come

Mario Murillo preaches to the crowd in Tulsa at the Awaken Oklahoma crusade. (Courtesy Karen Hardin)
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Numerous prophetic voices have declared a shift is coming. It actually has already begun.

Last weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Flashpoint LIVE and Mario Murillo hosted a two-day crusade called Awake Oklahoma. In October last year, when the planning for this event began, some said the Mabee Center would never fill up. (It holds 10,000 people when maxed out.)

Not only did the arena fill up on both nights, but on the second night we filled the overflow room with another 2,000 people. Approximately 3,000 people came forward to receive Christ, and hundreds, perhaps thousands, were miraculously healed.

Just a few hours after being baptized at a local church, a Florida teenager was shot and killed Sunday night, while trying to protect a friend after a fight broke out between two groups of girls.

Sixteen-year-old De'mari Jackson was shot on Franklin Street in Southward Village in Fort Myers, WINK-TV reported. He was still wearing the same clothes he wore to church that morning.

According to the outlet, 19-year-old Syncere Trice, a former South Fort Myers High School football standout, was arrested and accused of killing Jackson after a fight between teenage girls erupted. The two groups of girls had been fighting each other for months, the arrest report revealed.

It was a "very special Sunday," the Rev. J.J. Mannschreck explained to his congregation during the traditional service streamed online from Flushing United Methodist Church in Flushing, Michigan.

The congregation shared prayer requests and celebrated what the pastor called "God's victories"—namely the church's community garden, which its youth were planning to ready for spring later that day.

Flushing's United Women of Faith threw a baby shower between services for Mannschreck's fourth and youngest son, Asher.

Last weekend after I spoke at a church in Jacksonville, Florida, a young woman came to the altar to ask for prayer. She had heard me share how Jesus wants us to be filled with the Holy Spirit so that we can have the boldness to share the gospel—and so that we can experience all the Spirit's miraculous power when we minister to others.

This woman was a bit shy, but after I prayed for her she began to speak in tongues for the first time. It was a new experience for her, but she wants all God has for her. Her fears didn't keep her from claiming something new from God. Her life was changed in that moment.

I've seen this miracle happen countless times—ever since it happened to me when I was 18. I was raised in a church that didn't teach about the spiritual gifts mentioned in the New Testament. In fact, the first person I ever heard speaking in tongues was me, at the moment Jesus baptized me in the Holy Spirit!

On May 12 and May 19, 2022, Jonathan Cahn's new motion picture, The Harbingers of Things to Come, will premiere in movie theaters nationwide. Near the end of the movie, he will reveal a sequence of prophetic images kept hidden for years.

Cahn has had the images in his possession for some time but has never publicly released them as he does with the movie's release. Though the specific content of the images has not been revealed, Cahn, for the first time, now gives us clues about what will appear on the screen in the new motion picture.

"In the Bible, God gives images, symbols, visions, glimpses of things yet to come, prophetic foreshadows," the bestselling author says. "The difference here is that, in this case, they were actually captured on film.

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