Hurricane Moses is Back
Hurricane Matthew mercifully went by us, and now Hurricane Moses is back! We will be at the National Arena Saturday 26th of November at 7:00PM, and Sunday 27th of November at 4:00PM.
All tickets will be honoured that was for the 1st and 2nd October. Everyone should call our Missionaries of the Poor office 948 6173, 585-2263, 806-1222 and say what show you will attend.
We were disappointed, Sunday 2nd October would have to be postponed. We had huge crowds coming with thousands of tickets sold for our last two shows. But there it was – Matthew seemed like it could be a major disaster; thus we had to pray and ask the Lord for this mercies upon our island, and put aside our concern for our Moses Production.
Hurricane Matthew was gathering power swelling like a magnificent giant ready to devour, growing in magnitude, heading inevitably towards Jamaica. It was the 1st October, Saturday, preparations for the hurricane disaster was being made all over Kingston. The National Arena was declared a place of safety for those seeking refuge. Right after we had completed our shows, we pulled down the thousands of chairs, the stage, the lights, the sound-equipment. The authorities were sensible and kind in allowing us to complete the shows that Saturday.
Father Ho Lung and Friends had not been idle however. We have been on tour at the Halton Theater CPCC at the center of Charlotte, North Carolina. We were warmly welcomed by churches and many other locals who had attended our previous productions, Praise Him, Isaiah, Messiah.
We had wonderful crowds: Latinos, Filipinos, Indians, Africans, Americans, and a large number of Caucasian-Americans. Music is truly a language of love, as Shakespeare said, it is also a universal language. I was deeply moved: each of shows were full and even over-sold. Young teens, old timers, little kids, adult people of every race, colour, and class came. All were amazed and even incredulous.
I felt honored that the Lord had used me once again. I could not believe it every show was packed. Over 5,000 overall attended Moses. The Lord used me to produce art – music – drama – I was never trained. I never planned on it. But here it was 45 years of music for worship, concerts, musical drama, operas. Blessed by some amazingly talented people, graced by the calling to serve the poorest of people in many nations, I make use of all the gifts the Lord has given me, to glorify and honour Him, and, to help provide food, shelter, clothes, medicines, water and lights.
What a miracle the Lord has brought! All this music and original production, and, the people who have come forward to bring God’s love to the forgotten ones! With these funds in North Carolina, we will build a ministry for the lepers in East Timor, one of the poorest countries in the world. - Father Holung
Thank you Yahweh for this baby boy MOSES!