LISTEN: A.R. Bernard, Carl Lentz, Hezekiah Walker and More New York Pastors Join Joel Osteen at Yankee Stadium to Declare God’s Blessings Over Audience

America's Night of Hope was held on Saturday, June 7, 2014, at Yankee Stadium in New York City. (PHOTO: THE CHRISTIAN POST/NICOLA MENZIE)
America’s Night of Hope was held on Saturday, June 7, 2014, at Yankee Stadium in New York City.
(PHOTO: THE CHRISTIAN POST/NICOLA MENZIE)

Joel Osteen invited more than a dozen area pastors, such as A.R. Bernard, Carl Lentz and Hezekiah Walker, to join him on stage to declare God’s blessings over the thousands in attendance this weekend at his “America’s Night of Hope” event at Yankee Stadium in New York City.

“You know, we believe it makes a difference to speak words of faith and speak words of victory, so I’ll ask some of the great pastors of the New York area to join me tonight…” Osteen explained to a cheering audience. “I’ve asked them to take a moment to just make a declaration by faith over our schools, over our government, over our firefighters, our police force, teachers, nurses, everything about the city, and not only that but about your life as well.”

Each minister then took the mic for a minute or two and stated their declaration before handing it off to the next pastor. The leaders represent congregations from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, with all but one of them members of Lakewood Church’s Champions Network, a national network that helps Christians find churches in their area (read about the network here). Hillsong NYC Pastor Carl Lentz, currently not listed in the Champions Network, was included in the declaration lineup Saturday night, although his name did not appear in the printed program.

Below is an audio player and a transcript of the declarations made by the pastors who joined Osteen on stage before an estimated 50,000 attendees Saturday night at Yankee Stadium.

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SOURCE: The Christian Post
Nicola Menzie

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