- A father has taken to Twitter to share the amazing story of love in his family as he posted a throwback photo of his wedding
- The man said that the same pastor who blessed his home in 1993 officiated his daughter's wedding 27 years after
- People who know the pastor attested to the greatness of his ministry as some said they were not even born in 1993
A man with the Twitter handle @BrotherMighty has come on Twitter to talk about how his life changed in about three decades.
He said that the same pastor who officiated his wedding in 1993 did the same thing for his daughter many years after.
The man shared a throwback photo of the clergyman in a talking-pose as he was about slipping a ring on his wife's finger.
In the second frame, the man's daughter and her partner kneeled as the same pastor prayed for them.
@BrotherMighty said that his wedding happened in a small parlour with just a few people, adding that he is so grateful for the Lord's faithfulness.
See his tweet below:
The man's post went viral with over 15,000 likes and almost 3,000 retweets. Below are some of the reactions:
"I love Evang. Dag Heward. I remember as a little girl, he came with his Ghana team to hold a crusade in a little town in Kwara state, Nigeria, where I lived with my family. That was one of my fave childhood memories. I miss you and hope to be under your ministration soon again."
"I've never seen a man with such great humility and understanding like Bishop Dag. And his teachings ar said helping me gain confidence day by day. One of the greatest gift from God."
"Congratulations. Your pastor hasn't changed a bit."
"What a beautiful sight! God is faithful."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @Duroarts_ generated massive reactions on the platform after recreating an old photo.
The man said the recreation was to honour his father on his birthday. In the first frame, the dad stands arms akimbo as his son posed in a hippy style, pointing towards the camera.
The second picture, taken many years after, shows the two in the same pose but in a different house setting.