God is good all the time, and all the time God is good. Many people have difficulty in finding a reason to worship God for what he has done for them.
A video trending on social media indicates how some Nigerians who upon travelling overseas return to their country homes successfully and in good health and seen kneeling and worshiping God for His mercies bestowed on them.
According to information, their airplane almost crashed after the pilot lost control in the air for about thirty minutes from Harcourt to Abuja. It was only the intervention of the Almighty God that kept them alive and safe. In the video, after the airplane landed successfully the passengers came out kneeling thanking their God for what he has done for them.
Nigeria Airport turn into a worship and thanksgiving center for what God has done for them .We pray for Nigeria, Ghana and other countries for such incidents not to happen during traveling by airplane, car or any other means.
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