A practicing medical doctor, Dr Henry Archibang and his wife found themselves in a deplorable condition – abject poverty. In spite of a budding practice, money was not coming in and he was unable to house, feed or educate his family. He came to The SCOAN the day the man of God was talking about crossing the bridge. The prophet said not everyone would cross but by faith, Dr Henry claimed he would be one who would cross the bridge. He returned home and began to pray with his wife with the Morning Water. He then began to see a series of dreams with Prophet T.B. Joshua. In one dream, he received his deliverance. In a following dream, he saw himself at the back of a very large crowd when Prophet T.B. Joshua appeared and asked if he would like to go to the front. Then, Prophet T.B. Joshua held his hand and suddenly, he found himself at the front of the crowd and was being named the winner of a contest. The prize given to him was the Nigerian flag. Upon waking up, Dr Archibang told his wife he wanted to contest for the National Assembly – a campaign he had run unsuccessfully in the past. With no money, he began to campaign, limiting himself to facebook advertisements. When time for the election came, the local government leaders asked himself and another man to choose who would step down as they could only present one candidate. He decided to step down but as soon as he took that decision, there was confusion among the people. They held a small election among themselves to finally decide who would go for the election at the end. From that election, Dr Archibang was chosen to represent them to go for the election for the House of Representatives. Due to lack of finances, he could not do any campaign. The only materials he had were the Morning Water and the Morning Sticker. Without paying any amount of money for the election, without any advert and campaign – empty-handed, he went for the election and to the glory of God, he won. Today, he is a member of the National Assembly House of Representatives. A million thanks are not enough for what God has done in his life.