After Concert, Bethel Worship Leader Leads ‘1000 People’ on a ‘Jesus Walk’ Through the Streets of Chicago

Worship leader Sean Feucht, a Bethel Church School of Supernatural Ministry alum who has been touring across America on his #LetUsWorship tour, defying governor lockdown orders by gathering in large groups, not wearing masks, not socially distancing, and singing out loud Bethel worship tunes, played a concert in Chicago last night to several thousand worship-goers. This event took place despite the fact that the mayor of Chicago Lori Lightfoot brought in dozens of police to restrain the group from having their intended gathering. Feucht recounts:

We’re gathered here in south Chicago, we notified the authorities, the park service and the police, and the mayor alerted the police to show up and shut us down. The police told us that if we set up right now that they’re going to take all our gear and put is in prison. But Christians are rising up. I’m telling you guys this is a new day for the church, there is our 26th city and we’re not about to stop now.

Feucht and those gathered had the concert anyway in a pivoted form, interspacing the music with preaching and altar calls. Upon hearing word that some people attending had given their lives to Christ, the gang brought in a pickup truck, filled a tub with water, and baptized several people in the streets in the flat bed, while hundreds looked on, prayed and cheered.

After the concert, Feucht and those remaining took to the streets in some festivities, marching up and down throughout the streets of Chicago in the darkness while singing praise songs with over 1000 people in tow. (Numbers according to Feucht, we have not been able to independently)

Up and down they marched, playing guitar, banging a drum, and singing, many at the top of their lungs.

While Feucht may be generous with his estimations of the number of people attending in person, his presence is becoming massive online. His events are being watched by literal millions across his social media pages, accruing 70k comments across a few videos from today. Even a brief live stream by Feucht updating online viewers on the police situation has half a million views, and the event ended mere hours ago.

Feucht will continue his trek across the country, with over a dozen shows between now and mid-October.



A CALL TO ACTION

Enjoy our content? GREAT! Unfortunately, ad revenue for truth-telling websites has been severely hampered by censorship and de-platforming. This ministry isn't free to run, and finding people willing to support polemical theology is like trying to find a needle in a haystack.

So we have some great ways for you to EASILY support our work that will take less than 3 minutes of your time to do.
First, check our our page explaining this all at detail at https://supportpolemics.com

But in short, you can support us on Patreon and get exclusive rewards like the FULL non-truncated episodes of the bi-weely Polemics Report podcast ONLY available on your Patreon app. It's super easy to use. Get exclusive updates from JD. Get all that and support our work for only $5.95 a month. You'll also get a PAID subscription to 'The Insurgency' "banned news blasts" once a day for 50 news links to banned content you can't find in social media. For other patron tiers, you can join us live via zoom to interact with JD during the Bulldgomatic Bible study, get free theology books in the mail, and more.

Or, if you don't want to use Patreon and don't want the rewards, subscribe to 'The Insurgency' "banned news blasts" for free (three days a week) or $7 dollars a month (notice that's a dollar more than getting it through Patreon) or $70 dollars a year. Instead of you scouring the news, let our Gideon Knox News team do the news-hunting FOR YOU and it will save you time finding real news.

And finally, you can give a one time financial gift through Giving Fuel . It's also super-easy to set up and takes only minutes.

Because JD gets banned in Facebook a lot, you can also find him on Twitter here And if you're into politics, check out Montana Daily Gazette. If you just want his sermons, check out his SermonAudio feed

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *