"We've got a little bit of a problem...this is a good problem though but it shows you the hunger in America. All these cars - we got no room for them and we've got no room for any more people in that tent. But that's what we want to see...Hunger! People have been here for the last two hours, waiting to press into the presence of God."
The event was overwrought with emotion as men and women of all ages found freedom from their afflictions.
Worshippers threw their vices on the stage, lifted their hands toward Heaven, and prayed for deliverance. Dozens of people ran down to the altar to give their lives to Jesus Christ, believing that our Lord and Savior can make all things new.
The healing continued in Little Rock, Arkansas on Saturday for a "revival by the river."
Under a bridge at North Shore RiverWalk, more burning hearts encountered the power of God where faith was released across the crowd.
"It's so powerful. This never gets old," Feucht said in a video. "When we say the church has left the building, that's really what we mean. We're gathered today under a bridge in Little Rock, thousands of people are here.
He added, "They're giving their lives to Jesus and they're getting freed of addictions and we're seeing racial reconciliation. We're seeing legitimate healing, breakthrough, and miracles. God is so good."