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‘God Restores!’—Sean Feucht’s ‘Irreplaceable,’ ‘Anointed’ Guitar Found After Being Stolen

“The enemy hates the worshipers,” he said. Feucht is currently visiting every state capitol throughout the nation, a tour he is calling “Kingdom to the Capitol.” Feucht said, “Since doing so, we are experiencing a level of spiritual warfare we’ve never experienced before.”

“[Satan] can steal a guitar from me, but he cannot steal the song inside of me,” Feucht continued. “We are on edge of something profound…[The enemy] is using his minions to try to do a fake pathetic rip-off of ‘Let Us Worship’—a Satanist tour through the Capitols—because what is happening right now is so authentically real that it scares [Satan]. Like Jesus said in Matthew 16, the gates of hell will not prevail.”

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Feucht went on to share his belief that his guitar would be returned to him:

I don’t know how. I don’t know when. But I’m telling you that there’s an anointing on that [guitar]. Whoever has that right now, I’m telling you there’s a Holy Spirit oil on that instrument. There’s Holy Spirit sauce! There’s oil on that instrument that is going to permeate the home or the car or place—wherever that person has it. I just believe God is going to haunt them with his goodness and his glory.

Nevertheless, Feucht admitted that this recent “attack from Satan” felt like a “gut-punch.” He concluded his video by thanking everyone for their prayers and encouraged them to put on the armor of God as soon as they wake up in the morning.

Mere days after it was stolen, Feucht posted on Sunday morning that his 1967 Ghallagher was not only found but also returned to him.

“IT’S SUNDAY MIRACLE: I got my guitar back!! 🙌🏽,” Feucht shared. “It was turned in THIS MORNING after being stolen from my car 5 days ago! Thank you for praying! 🙏🏽⚡️🔥 We’re gonna celebrate today in Oceanside!! GOD RESTORES!!!”

According to Feucht, the stolen guitar was “traded in for dope” and was sold to a pawn shop where his friend bought it back for him.

Later that night, Feucht led a crowd of people singing worship in Oceanside, California, marking the three-year anniversary of “Let Us Worship.”