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Dr Ezekiel Guti Miracle baby turns one year

by Dr. Wangu Mazodze
04 Jan 2017 at 21:10hrs | Views
New York, United States - Whereas the classical miracle manifested itself in a hot summer in South Africa, I pen this testimony from the snowing and freezing New York  winter by the shores of Lake Erie overlooking the beautiful greens of Canada.

Around about noon, the 5th January 2016, qualified and experienced medical personnel from Africa's elite health oasis broke the sad news to myself that the boy we had waited for five years was a child mortality statistic.

Emboldened by the Word of God, in the humility of ten days of fervent prayer and sacrificial fasting - I differed with experts.

A simple call to the spiritual giants of the Apostle Ezekiel Guti-led Forward In Faith Ministries in the vicinity, a pour of divine supernatural grace precipitated.

Rev. Reuben Guti, the resident minister of the gospel in my neighbourhood, Miracle Centre revoked his oath of apostleship and immediately the heavenly medical team took over the maternal process.

The maternity room soon turned into a prayer war room as the earthly medical team went into a frenzy of praise and worship as the heavenly team led.

Within moments, a bouncing baby boy was part of this world.

It was smiles and tears within the medical facility as a perculiar precedence has been set all to the glory of the God of Apostle Ezekiel Guti.

It is without doubt that Richardell Wangu Mazodze, we have him, a year today by grace.

As I replay the events of that day, one year ago:

My son was declared dead but the God of Apostle Guti gave him to me.

To God be the Glory!

Happy first birthday my Son - Richardell Wangu Mazodze - the second Prince!

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