A Day of Prayer Christian revival tour stopped in front of the Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville on Saturday evening.
About 500 worshipers gathered to sing and pray at War Memorial Plaza. Evangelist Sean Feucht, who rose to prominence challenging COVID-era restrictions on religious gatherings in 2020, began by reading Bible verse Jeremiah 33:6.
“No matter what you’ve gone through, I will bring health and healing,” Feucht said. “I will heal my people and let them enjoy abundance, peace and security.”
The tour, professionally filmed for online audiences, is a partnership between Let Us Worship and Turning Point USA Faith to promote Christian values in American culture and governance.
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