“I am sorry, sir. I am afraid it is the truth.” Mr Victor Igboderika could not believe what he read. Insisting that the doctor may have made a mistake in the test, he asked for further confirmation but was told that he not only had low sperm count, but had no active sperm cells at all. To make matters worse, he had just proposed to his fiancée who had accepted. He now had the agonizing task of how to break the news to her and he feared that he would watch her walk out of his life. To his surprise, she didn’t even bat an eyelid and said that the result did not matter to her as she believed that nothing was impossible with God. The marriage went ahead and what became a six year battle with barrenness began in the young couple’s lives.
Being informed by a friend, they came to The SCOAN in December of 2014, where they were prayed for by the man of God, Prophet T.B. Joshua on the prayer line. Mr Igboderika recalled how he felt a hefty object slide down his chest into his stomach and then vanish after the prayer. Interestingly, his wife recounted the same experience as he had. Before leaving the church, they were given the Morning Water to minister over themselves and take home with them.
In less than two weeks, Mrs Igboderika was confirmed pregnant. She went on to deliver a bouncing baby boy, named David Igboderika. For Mr Igboderika, a visit to the laboratory for sperm analysis showed that his sperm cells are now 180 million per millimetre from the previous 0 per millimetre.
His wife rejoiced for the life of their first baby, saying that he would not be the last by the grace of God. She described her time of pregnancy as being without any event, no fever, no pain and no problem. Even on the day of her delivery, she commented, “I delivered as one of the Hebrew women. I didn’t even know I had gone into labour.” Truly, their testimony has been restored through the Morning Water. A sound word of advice followed the couple’s radiant testimony as they told other hopeful parents that no matter what their situation looked like, they should believe God is still saying something in their lives.