Thousands Find Hope in Debt-Free Living Message through HomeFree 15: Christ the Peacemaker Tour – Marikina City

by: Sis. Carla Priscila

In a remarkable display of faith and commitment, over 8,000 individuals gathered at the HomeFree 15: Christ the Peacemaker Tour, at Justice Hall Ground in Marikina City where Deputy Executive Minister, Bishop Jonathan Ferriol delivered a stirring message centered on Matthew 6:9-13. With passion and conviction, he highlighted the liberation from spiritual debt offered by Jesus Christ.

“In the act of redemption, Jesus Christ ripped the certificate of our indebtedness,” declared Deputy Executive Minister, Bishop Jonathan, echoing the message of Colossians 2:14. His powerful words resonate deeply with the attendees, as he emphasized the profound message of forgiveness and redemption.

Addressing the universal burden of sin, Bishop Jonathan described it as humanity’s ultimate debt, quoting Romans 3:23. He underscored the impossibility of human efforts to absolve this debt, offering instead the hope found in Jesus Christ’s sacrificial death on the cross.

Moved by the promise of liberation, a staggering 1,496 individuals responded by embracing the call to acceptance to Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. Their act of faith signified a commitment to break free from spiritual bondage and indebtedness, embarking on a journey towards renewal and transformation.

Following the message, attendees were treated to Senakulo 2024 by Alpha Omega Theatrical Production, under the production of the Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ (4th Watch) Marikina Main Church led by Bishop Samuel Ferriol and Ptr. Kirsten Ferriol – a poignant portrayal of Christ’s passion and sacrifice. Through this moving presentation, brethren and guests were reminded of the love and sacrifices demonstrated by Christ on the cross, further reinforcing their resolve to live lives free from spiritual debt.

In a world burdened by the weight of sin, the HomeFree 15: Christ the Peacemaker Tour provided a beacon of hope. It served as a reminder that amidst life’s struggles, forgiveness and grace are available to all who seek them. The tour witnessed a total of 422 onsite baptisms, offering a tangible representation of the spiritual liberation and peace found in Christ.

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