Nathaniel Bassey’s Hallelujah Challenge: Why Top Nigerian Celebrities Joined
The Nathaniel Bassey’s Hallelujah Challenge is transforming lives, touching heaven and birthing amazing testimonies. The 30 night praise and prayer challenge running every night of June 2017 from 12 Midnight to 1am has garner over 50k live participants on Instagram live streams since its commencement.
Man is created for worship so the greatest yearning of man is to worship and the challenge is a medium to connect with and worship the creator Thus, top celebrities like Funke Akindele Bello, Singer Kcee, Don Jazzy, Chioma Akpotha and many others join what has become a movement and a vehicle for revival. Singer D’banj also left a comment during the live streams which indicates he was also a participant.
The gospel music apostle is using the social media like no other gospel singer has done before. It started as an innovation to utilize the social media for praising God but has suddenly become a movement, transforming lives and raising worshipers
The gospel music minister has said:
The Challenge is a mandate from God and I am just a vessel. Beyond all the miracles and testimonies, God is doing something eternal….Something That will outlive generations. that he is just a vessel used by God to sponsor the revival movement sweeping around the world.
I personally know that revival is sweeping across the nations of the earth right now and the train took off from Nigeria. Nathaniel Bassey @nathanielblow, being a deeply spiritual person connected with this. The release of his album Revival Flames further confirms that he is doing this on instructions and little wonder, the challenge is loaded with mind blowing testimonies of the outstretched arm of God…OLOWO GBOBORO as it is best said in the challenge.
The Onise Iyanu crooner has proved that the Nigeria’s gospel music industry is influencing lives and it a tool for transformation if other artists could take the cue and use the social media to influence the spirituality of Nigerians. Presently, worship songs by Nigerian gospel singers are sung in churches across the globe with gospel artists doing world tours.
One thing stands out, when you do God’s work, He advertises you to the world. With the recorded success of the Halleluja challenge, more people are expected to join in for the remaining days of June.