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After a lifetime of serving the Lord among the nations of the world, Ruth Heflin went home to be with the Lord on September 15, 2000. Her memorial service was a great tribute to the glory of God and to the fruit of a life lived in love and obedience to Him. Throughout her life, Ruth Heflin ministered to kings and world leaders in more than one hundred and twenty countries. Her ministry was noted for its prophetic anointing and revelation and her ability to lead people into spontaneous worship. The work of the Lord will continue through the ministry she established, the books she has written and the innumerable lives she touched and inspired for ministry, worship, and service to God.
Born into a classic Pentecostal family, she was equally at home among Catholics and Protestants, as well as being experienced in a wide spectrum of Jewish endeavor. She was a gospel songwriter and her song, I Ask for the Nations, is sung worldwide.
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