I appreciate God for his faithfulness and for every good thing he has done in my life. Last week my daughter called from the US to tell me that she wanted to change her job and that she no longer wanted to go to Canada.
She asked for prayers and so I prayed, asking for God’s intervention, and promising to return to this altar to testify.
So, in the evening of Thursday, she called and informed me that she attended the interview and they told her they would get back to her. I rejected that report vehemently because I wanted to testify about it on Sunday.
On Friday night she called again and told me that she had been given the letter of appointment. Secondly, I appreciate God for my niece, whose marriage has been a “Cat and Dog” affair.
It came to a point where they contemplated divorce, but I said no, and continued to pray for them. In our anointing services in February, I decreed an end to the fighting and quarreling in their home and since then, there has been no negative report.
Just days ago, they called me to say that they were doing fine and living happily. I thank God for His good works.
I give God all the glory and thanks for the privilege to participate in the ongoing night intercessory prayers. I grew up in a home where prayer was a priority, and I knew it was the right thing to do but it has been difficult to gather my children to pray.
However, when the prayer bulletin for the intercessory prayers came out, I took it from the first week and decided to share the prayer points alongside the scriptures to my children and we started praying.
After just one day of engaging, two of our logistics vehicles that had been idle for weeks because of issues we had with the government, were hired, and went to work. The children and I marveled at what God did with just one day of family prayer.
The next day our property which had been vacant for two years was miraculously paid for on lease and as if that were not enough, last week we had challenges with one of our business accounts because of an issue which, had lingered for two years.
God miraculously changed the story, and everything was restored. Praise the Lord!
I am here on behalf of my cell member who had been married for 16 years without a child.
On one of the covenant days of fruitfulness services last year, I made a vow with God that if He visits the family, I will return here, even though I have never climbed this altar before to share any testimony.
God showed himself mighty and on the 20th of May this year, the family brought forth a bouncing baby boy.