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This inaugural program from 1980 comes from the Pool of Bethesda in the old city of Jerusalem. Featuring the noted Israeli actor Ori Levy and guest soloist Kathie Lee Johnson. Originating each week from a different location in Israel, the Bible comes alive with a word from Morris Cerullo.
Special Guests - Pat Boone and The Ralph Carmichael Singers
In this premiere episode of Helpline from 1974, Morris welcomes Pat Boone as co-host. Pat shares the miracles that took place in his life and helped save his marriage. Also, the Ralph Carmichael Singers praise God through songs. Words and music for the time of need! www.247Victory.com
The Sound of Trumpets journeys to the Mount of Beatitudes, the site of the Sermon on the Mount. You’ll meet Mrs. Ofira Navon, wife of the President of Israel and guest Israeli singer Yael Levi. The Bible comes alive with a word from Morris Cerullo.
Special Guests - Pat Boone, Joan Winmill Brown and Lulu Roman
Morris, along with co-host Pat Boone, answer prayer needs on television from 1974. Joan Winmill Brown, star of Billy Graham films, acts out a dramatic Biblical scene. Lulu Roman, from Hee Haw, joins the program via telephone interview. Words and music for the time of need! www.247Victory.com
At the Morris Cerullo Miami Partners Seminar, Brother Cerullo calls out the unclean spirit in a young lady. See the miracle transformation of Jenny Van Way, when she is delivered from the demons that vexed her to the point of suicide.
The Sound of Trumpets travels to the ancient city of Jericho, where the children of Israel won a spectacular battle. Morris interviews Israel’s Minister of Tourism in 1980, Gideon Patt. Israeli singing star, Arik Sinai, provides a musical prologue for this setting. www.247victory.com
Morris’ co-host for this episode from 1974 is Skeeter Davis, a Country & Western Grammy Award winner. She was a member of the Grand Ole Opry for 15 years. Roger Williams, also known as the “Pianist to the Presidents,” tickles the ivories on a Concert Grand Piano. Words and music for the time of n...
Brother Cerullo prays a special prayer for the healing needs of children. Little Raaquell Russell was born premature, blind, deaf, crippled and with an underdeveloped brain. At the Morris Cerullo Dallas School of Ministry, she received one of the greatest miracles you will ever see.
The Sound of Trumpets travels to the old city of Jerusalem to one of Israel’s most sacred sights, the Wailing Wall. Featuring a dramatic cameo by Israeli actor Shai Schwartz and guest soloist Kathie Lee Johnson.
Special Guests - Skeeter Davis, Roger Williams and Gov. George Wallace
Morris talks to Skeeter Davis about how she accepted Jesus Christ as her savior. Roger Williams plays a Concert Grand Piano. George Wallace, Governor of Alabama at the time, proclaims that God is alive. Words and music for the time of need!
A great salvation altar call for thousands in Dallas and wonderful miracles: a little girl's back injury is healed; a lady who came wearing a back brace has a straight spine and dances for joy; another lady couldn't walk because of the pain in her twisted spine and now can jump; a lady with a gro...
The Sound of Trumpets journeys north to the Sea of Galilee, where Peter stepped from a boat and walked on water. Morris interviews former Israeli Ambassador to the UN, Abba Eban, and Israeli singing star, Arik Sinai, vocally sets the stage.
Special Guests - Dale Evans and Madeline Manning Jackson
Dale Evans joins Morris to co-host this episode from 1975. They discuss the strength that God has blessed her with to get through the tough times. In 1968, Madeline Manning Jackson won an Olympic gold medal in track. She gives credit to her mom for her strong belief in Christ. Words and music for...
Miracles from the Dallas Crusade: A lady who lost the use of her leg now jumps for joy; another lady with a tumor and in severe pain is now pain free; a lady who came with a patch over eye now sees perfectly and cries. Also, a powerful duet sung by Glenda Nicholson and Steve Lowery, "I've Just Se...
Special Guests - Dale Evans and Gen. Ralph E. Haines Jr
This episode from 1975 includes Dale Evans as co-host. She was married to Roy Rogers and even has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Thurl Ravenscroft shows off his voice skills and Morris talks to Gen. Ralph E. Haines Jr. about the need to express faith in Jesus Christ. Words and music for th...
A Canadian man had a busted eardrum for seven years and now he's healed. When Morris Cerullo prays for his leg, he begins running and jumping for joy. A lady with a ruptured eardrum can now hear Brother Cerullo whispering from far behind her. Another lady is saved and her tumors disappear. Specia...
The Sound of Trumpets journeys to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, the site where Jesus showed mercy on the woman caught in adultery. Featuring the talented Israeli actress, Esther Zuko, and guest soloist, Kathie Lee Johnson.
Dale Evans co-hosts and Morris talks to her about the breakdown of the home in American society in 1975. Thurl Ravenscroft shows off his voice skills and Don Sutton, from the Los Angeles Dodgers, joins the program via telephone interview. Words and music for the time of need!
Morris Cerullo dedicates this healing program to breaking habits. Through a powerful prayer, he declares people are FREE! At the Toronto Crusade, he interviews several former drug addicts and calls for those with nicotine addictions to throw their cigarettes on the platform. There is an avalanche...
The Sound of Trumpets travels to the north of Galilee, the sight of the condemned city of Chorazin. Featuring a dramatic cameo by Israeli actress, Esther Zuko, portraying one of this village’s residents in Jesus’ time.
Special Guests - Pearl Bailey, Len Mink and Tom Landry
In 1975, America’s ambassador of love, Pearl Bailey, talks to Morris about the need to fully trust God and let go of everything else. Len Mink’s voice was once described as a sobbing tenor. Tom Landry, Dallas Cowboy’s Head Coach, joins the program via
At the Taiwan Miracle Healing Service: a man with ear disease for 24 years can hear; a girl's wounded ear of 14 years can hear a finger snap; a girl deaf for 16 years, who doesn't talk, can repeat words. Also Steve Lowery sings the magnificent, "Arise, Arise"
The Sound of Trumpets journeys to the town of Bethany, the site where Lazarus was raised from the dead. Morris interviews the Mayor of Jerusalem in 1980, Teddy Kollek. Talented Israeli singing star, Caroline Langford, sings “Thou Art My God.”