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Burlington Revival Comes to an End; More Than 1,250 Accept Christ

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(Worthy News) - The Burlington Revival has come to an end after going strong for 11 weeks. Friday night was the last night the revival services were held in Burlington, North Carolina.

The owner needed his tent back for another meeting, and services will not continue at another location, one leader told CBN News.

"There were no other opportunities for us to do that. So for now, the Burlington Revival has ended," D.R. Harrison wrote in a text.

A mighty move of God took place during the revival. Thousands attended services held daily. Harrison said more than 1,250 people accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. [ Source ]

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