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At the Harvesters International Christian Centre’s (HICC) yearly Night of Worship and Miracle Service tagged: ‘Encounter,’ which held in its headquarters in Gbagada, Lagos, penultimate Saturday, many worshippers that attended the event went home rejoicing and thanking God for answering their prayers.

One of them was a five-year-old girl, who was born prematurely and could not walk for five years. To everybody’s delight, however, she got up and walked that night.

A lady in her 20s, who was deaf in her left ear received healing, while an elderly woman, who suffered rheumatoid arthritis, hereditary toothache and partial blindness for eight years, went home healed.

Sharing testimony of how she got healed, the 20-year-old lady said: “My grandfather was deaf in his left ear and we had to get very close to him before he could hear anything. He’s been deaf for as long as I can remember and I also have the same challenge. I had to sneak out and told my mother that I was going to work, just to attend this programme. I was hopeful that today would be my day and God did it.” Another lady, who suffered eye problem since she was five and had severe toothache, said: “I have been unable to chew with the right side of my mouth and could not see clearly with one of my eyes, since I was five. But, while I was coming to this programme, a voice told me to buy chewing gum. I can’t remember the last time I chewed with my right side. I don’t know why the voice kept telling me to buy chewing gum because I don’t like it due to the pain. I had to buy new eyeglasses whenever I am preparing for exam, but after the prayer today, I opened my eyes, and discovered I can see a lot clearer than I used to.”

A woman who was carried into the church also got healed, after she attended the faith clinic in the afternoon.

Senior Pastor of the church, Bolaji Idowu, who ministered at the programme alongside Nigerian gospel singer, Joseph Omo Ebhodaghe, popularly known as Joe Praize said: “With what we’ve seen today, and anyone will still say God is not alive. He must be joking.”


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