Service the day before Easter Sunday 2014
The fire-service took place on Saturday afternoon
during the 2014 Easter Conference. Rev Stegen preached from Genesis 35:1-5 and Acts
19:11-20. God wants His people free from abominations, was the main point in both texts.
In Ephesus, the believers were so shocked by the incident where the demon possessed man
overpowered the sons of Sceva that they brought their hidden sins into the light.
They publicly burned their valuable books on magic and black arts. The value was estimated
to be 50,000 pieces of silver.
Since the beginning of the revival among the Zulus it
has been our joy to see people under great conviction who find no peace until they expose
their works of darkness. Through the years, many have brought their accursed things to be
burned. This is never expounded from the pulpit and is always a spontaneous outworking of
After the main message some co-workers brought some
of the things that were to be burned and explained what they were. Fetishes, amulets, and
other occult paraphenalia were among these things.
The other category of items were stolen goods that
could not be returned to their rightful owners. There were also items bought through the
proceeds of prostitution. There were also a number of weapons that were burned.