Father Narrates How His Premature Daughter Drew Him Closer To God

Father Narrates How His Premature Daughter Drew Him Closer To God

This facebook user shares his powerful spiritual encounter on how his premature daughter drew him closer to God.

This was the beginning of a new me he said, the process of change, redemption, salvation or simply put, Getting closer to God.

Below is a recap of his Facebook post

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David Osaghae and his premature daughter

My daughter was born on the 3rd of March 2002, 5 months and 2 weeks of pregnancy. She was premature. I had just finished my overnight or 2nd job as a bouncer in a club in Germany.

She weighed 790grams, not even 1kg. On seeing her tiny structure inside the incubator, I cried like I never cried before. I asked God, why, why me? After crying out my heart, I realized only a miracle could save her.

She is the reason till today, why my faith in God is so strong. I laid my hands over her and prayed. I did not know what to pray about, but I prayed my pains onto God and begged God not to allow my sins/punishment for my numerous transgressions be passed unto my little girl.

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David Osaghae and his daughter all grown up

I made a vow to God. 3 days later I went and paid the vow to my Church to be passed unto the poor and needy. My Pastor prayed with me. I prayed that my daughter would leave that Hospital without complications hence the vow/deal with God.

My daughter is 14+ years old now, straight A student, speaks 3 international languages already, and she left that Hospital without complications.

What else can I say? My pain as I saw it then was actually God’s way of drawing me closer to come to know him and have faith in him to prepare me for the movement that was to come. This was the day that the destiny of Judo Movement was redirected from waywardness back to the narrow path of Christ.

Jesus saves!
Jesus still heals!
Render your hearts to Him today and commit whatever that may sounds so difficult to you unto Him today. He’s there to always answer us when we call on Him.
Glory be to God!
Halleluyah!!!
God bless.

David Psalmtwentythree Osaghae

David Osaghae is a Nigerian and lives in Germany.

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