In spite of the reported initial stiff opposition by some Christian and Muslim groups against a meeting scheduled by the renowned Nigerian Prophet, TB Joshua in Nazareth Israel, the ceremony was successfully held with a massive attendance comprising people from all over the world.
During the two days program which was monitored by ambrosymedia.com, there were several amazing miracles and healing testimonies from many of the people that attended.
In his closing speech Monday, Tb Joshua thanked people of Nazareth and the security agencies for their efficiency. He disclosed that his ministry and the Emmanuel TV partners single handedly renovated the mount precipice venue of the event .
According to him, when he visited the Nazareth area as a pilgrim three years ago, the whole place was bushy and looked abandoned. So they decided to renovate it as their contribution to the work of God and for the place to become functional again, both for the visiting pilgrims and those that may hold events there.
Recall that Mount Precipice, also known as Mount of Precipitation, Mount of the Leap of the Lord and Mount Kedumim is located just outside the southern edge of Nazareth, 2.0 km southwest of the modern city center. It is believed by some to be the site of the Rejection of Jesus as described in the Gospel of Luke.
In the biblical story, the people of Nazareth then did not accept Jesus as Messiah, so they tried to push him down from the mountain, but “he passed through the midst of them and went away.”
Pope Benedict XVI was the last major person that used the venue on 14 May 2009 to celebrate a mass, during his visit to the Holy Land, with 40,000 people in attendance.
At the conclusion of the event, free T-Shirts of different colors with the inscriptions ‘Good Morning Nazareth’ and ‘Emmanuel TV’ were presented for distribution to all that attended the ceremony, just for them to use as a remembrance of the day.
Earlier before departing the venue, Joshua revealed that a revival ceremony would be coming up in Paris, France on a date to be announced later.