Gospel singer, Tim Godfrey celebrates being healed of paralysis, says doctors told him his bones are 20 years older than his age

Popular Nigerian gospel singer, Tim Godfrey, has narrated his battle with an illness which almost left him paralysed.

The “Na You Be God” crooner, who took to his Instagram page on Wednesday, August 31 to express gratitude to God for healing, said he was diagnosed with an unnamed ailment, which according to doctors, made his bones “20 years older” than his body.

According to him, after he went in for MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), he was told his bones show he’s over 60-years-old while he’s in his 40s.

He further revealed that he was also told his spinal cord disc had shifted, among other things.

Sharing a video of himself on the sickbed, Godfrey revealed he received complete healing after treatments and intensive prayers.

“This picture right here was when I was admitted in the hospital. It started with me feeling some pain at my back, then a hellish pain in my arms.

I went for an MRI and the scientists told me that my bones were 20 years older than my age—over 60 years old when I’m in my 40s. They also told me that my spinal cord disc had shifted and all these other complicated things all happening to me at the same time.

I was always in pain. Sometimes I would 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 paralyzed 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!
Rejoice!!!!”. He wrote.

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