- 6th November 2017
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Nigerian gospel artist, Nathaniel Bassey rose to prominence for the ‘Hallelujah Challenge’ he convened June this year. ‘Hallelujah Challenge’ is an hour-long online praise to God, which starts at 12 am WAT.
The “Imela” gospel singer, is currently holding another ‘Halleluyah Challenge’ which started on 1st November and will run for 21 days. The theme this time around is ‘Open Heavens.’ The praise challenge is organized along-side a 21-day fast which is not compulsory but encouraged for all to participate. The fast is basically a spiritual exercise for RCCG – The Oasis, where Bassey serves as the lead pastor.
According to the “Olowogbogboro” singer, the ‘Hallelujah Challenge’ is “essentially a time to seek God; a time of spiritual renaissance and revival; a time to minister unto the Lord and to cry out to him about our nation(s), families, and personal lives. Simply put, it’s a time of Divine Encounter.”
Here are some of the open heavens/hallelujah challenge songs chosen by the convener.
Prayer points and Bible passages are shared daily by the convener, and participants are expected to make a personal daily confession based on the Bible.
There would be a ‘Hallelujah Festival’ in Abuja on the last day which is 21st November, to conclude the praise challenge.
Today, which is the 6th day of the praise challenge, Nathaniel Bassey shared a photo via his Instagram handle which he captioned –“This new week, I hear a new sound and I leap for joy.” Participants took their Instagram handles to share photos of them leaping for joy.
To join the November ‘Halleluyah Challenge,’ simply follow @nathanielblow on Instagram or via Facebook.