Serving God entails obeying and appreciating God as our Heavenly Father. It entails submitting to Him even though it makes no sense. Serving God, believe it or not, has many benefits, one of which is experiencing miracles in your life, such as popular Gospel singer Prince Gozie Okeke, who has defeated death not once, but multiple times.
1. Heart Disease and Coma
In 2018, Prince Gozie Okeke was diagnosed with heart disease, which kept him in the hospital for several weeks. His condition worsened, and he fell into a coma for several days. His family, fans, and relatives did not believe he would survive. But he did. God saved him and granted him healing grace.
2. First Road Accident
Two years after waking up from a coma, Prince Gozie had another narrow escape with death, but this time it wasn't a life-threatening disease, but a car accident on the Nnewi-Nnobi express road in Anambra state. Prince Gozie Okeke escaped the accident unhurt.
3. Second Road Accident
Prince Gozie Okeke is said to have been in another road accident. After receiving an award at a ceremony in Onitsha in August 2021. He was heading home when he was crushed in the legs by a car. Despite being confined to a wheelchair, Prince Gozie Okeke continues to serve God by singing about His goodness. He was recently seen at an event performing.
That's all there is to it. The life of Prince Gozie Okeke is a testimony. Miracles keep happening and will continue to do so until the end of the world.
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