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“My bones were 20 years older than my age” Gospel singer Tim Godfrey survives paralysis (Video)

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Gospel singer Tim Godfrey has shared a testimony of how God delivered him from paralysis.

The newly married singer took to his Instagram page to share a photo of himself on a hospital bed.

Tim revealed how he was admitted to the hospital after severe back pains and hellish pains in the arms.

The singer was shocked when he went for an MRI and discovered that his bones were 20 years older than his age.

He also learnt that his spinal cord disc had shifted, and all these other complicated things were happening to him simultaneously.

This weighed the singer down, and he cried as more evil reports came in.

He, however, summoned courage, went home and took his pains to God.

After some treatments and intensive prayers, Tim Godfrey has been healed.

Tim expressed gratitude to God for the gift of healing as he imagined the enemy planned to make him paralysed.

“This picture right here was when I was admitted in the hospital. It started with me feeling some pain at my back, then a hellish pain in my arms. I went for an MRI and the scientists told me that my bones were 20 years older than my age — over 69 years old when I’m in my 40s. They also told me that my spinal cord disc had shifted and all these other complicated things all happening to me at the same time. I was always in pain. Sometimes I would hold my head to my face and cry so badly. They told me that I had overstretched my body and a lot of other evil reports. But as the song says when there is a chance for evil, God turns it for good. I went home after some treatments and intensive prayers believing that I am healed and it is so. Right now I’m really grateful to God for the gift of healing. I imagine the plan of the enemy was that I’ll be paralyzed bit God turned it around. To you reading this, God is turning that situation around for you good. No matter the report of the enemy concerning your life, the report of the Lord says – he’s turning everything in your Favour! Rejoice!!”.

Kemi Filani news recalls foremost Nigerian gospel artist Nathaniel Bassey and some of his team members narrowly escaped a fire outbreak a few months back.

The multi talented musician who is the anchor of popular daily social media prayer and worship session tagged Halleluyah Challenge shared the testimony of their encounter via his Instagram page.

Nathaniel Bassey posted a photo of burnt Power Generator set, revealing how it gut fire mysteriously despite the fact that it was purchased.

He wrote: “OUR TESTIMONY OF DELIVERANCE ! 😂😂😂😂…. This devil is such a loser and what the yorubas call AGBAYA! He planned to roast us but God is always ahead.Shortly after we ended and doing our post HC prayers, this NEW GEN SET, barely 5 days ! EXPLODED ! Every time we have a high power service like this, He fights so hard. But keeps losing and won’t learn.We win ALWAYS – Tomorrow we MOVE !”

Nathaniel Bassey’s Halleluyah Challenge had grown so viral with people from all over the world logging onto his Instagram and Facebook Live broadcast at midnight to experience the unprecedented worship movement.

In similar news, Big Brother Naija ‘shine ya eyes’ housemate Boma Akpore shared a touching testimony.

The reality star took to his official Instagram page to recount how he caught COVID-19 in December 2020 which led to him having a terrible sinus infection.

He revealed that before the infection, he had never had any sinus issues for more than 3 days.

Boma disclosed that half of his right face/nostril was blocked, and he was only breathing from his left nostril.

His only option was to have surgery, which was skated for April, this year, but he had a movie shoot in Nigeria coupled with BBN reunion which couldn’t be postponed.

Boma chose his career over his surgery, and after the last episode of the reunion, he flew to New York to have his surgery.

Unfortunately, the doctor told him the infection had already spread to the back of his head, and he was told he could get blind or brain damage.

Fortunately for him, the surgery went well. Read more here.

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