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HIS MESSAGE THAT LEFT THE WORLD IN TEARS || TRIBUTE TO DR MORRIS CERULLO (1931 – 2020)

HIS MESSAGE THAT LEFT THE WORLD IN TEARS || TRIBUTE TO DR MORRIS CERULLO (1931 – 2020)

ABOUT DR MORRIS CERRULO (1931-2020)

Morris Cerullo (conceived October 2, 1931) is an American pentecostal evangelist. He has voyage broadly around the globe for his service. He has Victory Today, a day by day TV program, and has distributed in excess of 80 books.

EARLY LIFE

Cerullo was conceived in Passaic, New Jersey to a Russo-Jewish/Italian family. His folks kicked the bucket in a car crash when he was extremely youthful. He was brought up in different shelters, the last being an Orthodox Jewish halfway house in close by Clifton, New Jersey. He changed over to Christianity at age 14 with the direction of a medical caretaker in the Clifton, New Jersey, shelter. Before long, Jewish shelter chiefs limited him from rehearsing certain issues of his new confidence, so he fled from the halfway house. He started lecturing the gospel at 16 years old, in the wake of professing to have seen a dream from God, in which he saw individuals enduring tortures in Hell. He joined in and moved on from heavenly nature school in New York state in 1953, and started serving with the assistance of his at that point prospective lady of the hour Theresa. In the mid 1950s, he was appointed in the Assemblies of God.

Service

For a long time Morris Cerullo led rehashed “Schools of Ministry” in a few nations like Mexico, Brazil, The Philippines, Korea, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Indonesia, Netherlands and numerous others. During these “SOMs” one of the times of the gatherings he would lecture in an outdoors campaign, or a huge theater/field, and lead individuals in a promise to Jesus Christ and afterward would petition God for healings to occur in the group. He would have the school of service understudies test the validity of the reports from the individuals’ declarations. After the enormous mass gatherings he would charge the “SOM,” School Of Ministry, understudies to connect with their compatriots with a similar message being propelled by the consequences of the open meeting. Cerullo frequently expressed that not he, however Jesus Christ was the healer. He would empower confidence in, as he would state, “the composed and the living expression of God.”

Legacy USA

In 1990, Cerullo bought, from the United States Federal Bankruptcy Court in Columbia, South Carolina, the advantages of Jim Bakker’s bankrupt service, PTL. These advantages incorporated the Heritage USA Christian amusement park in Fort Mill, South Carolina which he bought in association with Malayan United Industries (Berhad). After a question with his colleagues over his issuance of markdown cards to the amusement park, the Malaysian substance purchased out Cerullo’s enthusiasm for Heritage USA.

The Inspiration Network (INSP)

As a piece of his consent to buy Heritage USA, the chapter 11 court likewise affirmed Cerullo’s $7 million proposal to buy PTL’s satellite telecom company, The Inspirational Network, which was renamed INSP-The Inspiration Network and moved into another, independent substance, The Inspiration Networks. Cerullo’s child, David, has filled in as the company’s leader and CEO, and as an individual from its top managerial staff since its development. In 2005 he was chosen for fill in as its administrator. The association, situated in Charlotte, North Carolina, is as of now assembling another multi-million dollar communicate central command office known as “CrossRidge” in Lancaster County, South Carolina. This was opened on March 1, 2009. Cerullo and his child David were both highlighted in a 2009 Charlotte Observer article.

PERSONAL   The Cerullo’s are the parents of three children, David (b. 1952), Susan (b. 1954), and Mark (b. 1957). Cerullo still travels as a missionary, and in the 2014 World Conference, he stated that God told him that ‘Prophets never retire!’ In 2015, at the age of 83, Cerullo toured Africa for nine days, during which time he held meetings in six African countries, preaching, holding training sessions, and meeting with political leaders.

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