Thousands Give Lives to Christ at Kanye West’s Latest ‘Sunday Service’ in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

God is moving in Kanye West, with a revival and a retribution like America hasn’t seen in decades.

West a massive supporter of President Trump, who recently gave his life to Christ is on a crusade to lead people to the truth, from dark to light.

There was a last minute announcement on Friday and thousands of people gathered to worship with Kanye West in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

There was no fancy entrance, no lighting, no sound system, just Kanye West at Bethany Church. He was introduced by pastor Jonathan Stockstill.

“Can we hear it for Jesus?” Stockstill asked. “He is king tonight.”

Kanye standing between wooden crosses opened with his new song “Closed on Sunday.” His daughter North sat on his shoulders.

“You my Chick-Fil-A,” West rapped. “Hold the selfies. Put the ‘gram away. Get your family. Ya’ll hold hands and pray, … raise our sons. Train them in the faith, through temptations. Make sure they’re wide awake. Follow Jesus. Listen and obey.”

“If you’ve ever doubted the legitimacy or spiritual impact of this #sundayservice project, simply look at this incredible shot taken by @rebeccabradley__ during the altar call,” sharing a photo that showcased a large crowd with their hands in the air.

“YES, I said ALTAR CALL,” he added.

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