Lagos Journals

Miracles Still Happen

An August 2001 trip to Lagos by minky

Synagogue Church Of all Nations Photo, Lagos, Nigeria More Photos
Quote: Miracles are nor not resticted to Bible times. They are happening today and everyday in a large church in Lagos Nigeria.

Miracles Still Happen

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We visited a large church here where many wonderful miracles are happening - people being cured of cancers and HIV, the blind seeing, the deaf hearing - we saw this in person - indeed one of our own group was healed of deafness in both ears. If you want to know more about these miracles then visit the Synagogue Church of all Nations

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Lagos

Hotel

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Accomodation and all hospitality is free to all visitors at the Synagogue Church (only need the air fare to get here. From being met at the airport and being driven to the church though the mad chaotic traffic in Lagos and right throughout our stay are hosts could not do enough for us.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on January 21, 2002

Lagos
Synagogue Church of all Nations
Lagos, Nigeria

Synagogue Church Of all Nations

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Synagogue Church Of all Nations Photo, Lagos, Nigeria
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It's a privilege to visit the Synagogue Church of all Nations and to witness the amazing healing power of God in this place through the senior prophet T. B. Joshua. As more and more people visit and testify to their experiences here it will be known throughtout the world. The church made headline news in S. Africa when a young professional rugby player Jacob Westhurzen was healed of a cruiciate ligament injury which had blighted his career. The Nigerian footballer Daniel Owofen Amokachi (ex-Everton player too in English premier league) has also been helaed and their testimonies can be seen on the Synagogue`s website. Doctors may have no cure or vaccination for AIDS but I have witnessed the solut...Read More

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on January 21, 2002

Synagogue Church Of all Nations
1, Segun Irefin Street
Lagos, Nigeria

Nigerian Shops

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The Nigerians may be poor materially but spiritually they are the richest people I know. This part of Nigerian is virtually all Christian. Their Christianity is displayed in their everday life - names of shops were of the ilk God's favour and Goodness and Mercy Enterprises.

Member Rating 2 out of 5 on January 21, 2002

Nigerian Shops
Ikotun
Lagos, Nigeria

Synagogue Church Photo, Lagos, Nigeria
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Hearing the testimonies in the Synagogue Church of once barren women giving thanksgiving to God for the birth of their babies. During the service there is much joy over this and the western visitors are allowed to hold the babies and dance for joy with them. These Nigerians sure know how to worship and the beat of the african drums adds to the enjoyment. This is me pictured with one of the babies and mother. Don`t you just love the headgear of the Nigerian women too - they have such a unique style.

Church Origins

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Church Origins Photo, Lagos, Nigeria
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The church began several years ago as a small congregation but has rapidly grown now. The original church was situated on the edge of the tropical forest and swamp area on the outskirts of Lagos. This area is now a base for prayer and meditation by T. B. Joshua. Visitors to the Synagogue church are usually taken out to this remote swamp area for a visit. We saw crocodiles here but do you know there are no mosquitos whatsoever - this place is too holy for them!!