DADDY HEZEKIAH’S PRAYER BROKE MY BARRENNESS
I have not seen a prophet like Daddy Hezekiah. Through his prayers, he gave us a son after five years of childlessness. On the 24th day of May 2015, when Daddy was dedicating children, I, Mrs. Grace Ogidi, from Liberia went to the altar without anybody's invitation. I was saying in my heart that if Daddy would pray for me today, I would become pregnant because people have made all sorts of bad comments against my family because of my condition. When it was my turn to see Daddy Hezekiah, with tears in my eyes and broken heart, I grabbed his garment and started crying bitterly.
Daddy Hezekiah looked up and said, “My child, why are you crying, what do you want me to do for you?” I looked up to his face in tears and said, “Daddy, please, give me a child, people are saying all sorts of things against me and my husband is the only son”. Daddy looked at me, with pity and held my hands and started praying. He placed his left hand on my belly and told God to open my womb and give me a child. After his prayer, he told me to wipe my tears that by this time next year, I would come and show him my son. I was so glad as if it had happened already. After the church service, I went in front of the church supermarket and told my friends with joy that Daddy said I would give birth to a baby. Joy filled my heart and I went back to Imo State. Then after some months, I fell sick and went to the hospital and the doctor told me that I was pregnant. With my laboratory result, I ran to Onitsha to inform Daddy about the miracle and he sent one of his messengers to tell me that he would use his powers to protect me and the pregnancy from all evil. I went back to Imo State. After, 9 months, I was delivered of a bouncing baby boy in fulfillment of Daddy's prophecy, on June 21, 2016. When I was going to the hospital to give birth, he sent a message to me that he would go with me to the labour room, and I saw him live and shouted to the amazement of the doctors and nurses.
Daddy, I and Ugochukwu, your son, are not worthy of you but you treated us like your own children. You gave him the name 'Victor', 'Delight' and you have been taking care of him and the family since his birth. We owe you our lives Daddy. May the God of the poor reward you abundantly on our behalf and give you long life and protection from your enemies, in Jesus name. Amen.
Mr. & Mrs. Ugochukwu Ogidi.
Orlu, Imo State.