“Don’t just seek for destiny helpers, be a destiny helper,” Nathaniel Bassey advises

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Popular gospel singer Nathaniel Bassey has advised individuals against the continuous desire to seek for destiny helpers. Rather, he advised that people work towards being helpers of destinies.

He made this statement on his X (formerly Twitter) page on Saturday, January 20, saying, “Can we also pray, ‘Father, make me a destiny helper this year.’ Instead of the usual ‘send me a destiny helper?’ And this has nothing to do with being rich or poor. Naaman’s maid was a destiny helper. The link to the prophet that facilitated Naaman’s healing. You are blessed.”

Netizens react to Nathaniel Bassey’s post
Many Internet users reacted to the post of the gospel singer. Some of them are below:
Michael Taiwo said: “You make too much sense! Interestingly, when you make yourself a destiny helper, your destiny becomes helped too.”

@ARonuwe2 wrote: “Okay, this is actually a confirmation for me. I woke up not too long from a short nap and I was told about this issue of helping by my pastor in that dream. Specifically to be wise in helping others. Thank you Pastor Nath.”

Grace Nwawo reacted: “The almost dead slave that helped David on his way to Ziklag to go rescue his wife, kids, and the other people that were taken hostage, was also a destiny helper.”

Amazing Mfonabasi said: “Sadly the term ‘destiny helper’ in the ears of average Nigerians is only restricted to someone with capacity to become your financial KDB.”

Sandii wrote: “Good point Pastor Nath. Thank you for such a reminder! We are most times focused on having our needs met and forget God equally wants to use us.”

Ada Awka said: “El-Roi, the God that sees me, please make me a destiny helper this year in Jesus' mighty name. Amen.”

Aside from being a gospel singer, Nathaniel is also a pastor with the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG). In addition, he is the convener of the popular Hallelujah Challenge – a gathering of Christians online who praise and worship God at midnight hour.

The father-of-two has announced the first edition of this year’s Hallelujah Challenge which is set to begin on February 5, 2024.

Over the years, the worship leader has released notable inspiring songs which have lifted the hearts of his fans. Some of his songs include “Ebenezer”, “Tobechukwu”, “Jesus Iye”, “Yahweh Sabaoth”, “Hallelujah Challenge Medley”, “Imela”, “Strong Tower,” among others.

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