igerian gospel singer Timothy Godfrey, popularly known as Tim Godfrey has expressed gratitude to God for healing him from near paralysis after years of pain.
The singer took to his Instagram page in a video clip to express how grateful he was to God for the great miracle.
“I was admitted at a hospital after getting hellish pains on my back and arms,” he said.
Godfrey said he was told by scientists that his bones were 20 years older than his age, causing him to go for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
“They told me also that my bones showed I was over 60 years old, while I am in my 40s; this is coupled with a shift in my spinal cord disc,” he said.
The gospel singer said this made him go for thorough treatment and intensive prayers, expressing gratitude to God for healing him.
“I was always in pain. Sometimes I will hold my hand to my face and cry so badly. They told me that I had overstretched my body and a lot of other evil reports.
“But as the song says when there is a chance for evil, God turns it for good. I went home after some treatments and intensive prayers believing that I am healed and it is so.
“Right now I’m really grateful to God for the gift of healing. I imagine the plan of the enemy was that I’ll be paralysed but God turned it around.
“To you reading this, God is turning that situation around for your good. No matter the report of the enemy concerning your life, the report of the lord says – he’s turning everything in your favour,” he said.
Godfrey is a talented Nigerian gospel musician, who started his music career at an early age in 2004.
He is also a music director, conference speaker, voice instructor, producer, instrumentalist, presenter, music and art training consultant.
He is also a musical concert clinician and writer. The singer grew into one of the biggest gospel music stars in Africa.
He is known for his song ‘Nara’ in collaboration with Travis Greene, a record he founded.
Godfrey is equally the manager and founder of a gospel band called “Tim Godfrey and the Xtreme”, a Christian musical group.