“Run out of the house”: hearing a voice, 15-year-old Kelly Nkamanyi packed up her things and vanished from her family’s home. For days, weeks, months and even years, Kelly was separated from her family and was living on the streets as a prostitute. After becoming pregnant at the age of 15, she returned home only to deliver her baby and then ran out again, leaving her mother to care for the young son. Her years were spent dancing in nightclubs, drinking and engaging in prostitution. Little did she know, her family had been spending their years praying to God for her return.
One Sunday, Kelly’s sister travelled to The SCOAN with her photograph and sprayed the Morning Water on the photo during and after the service. That very week, Kelly felt the urge to call her sister, something she never used to do, and as they spoke, they agreed to meet in Nigeria for a visit. Kelly’s sister did not know she had moved from Cameroon and was living as a prostitute in Nigeria.
As they met, Kelly’s sister brought her the Morning Water and they prayed and ministered it during prayer. Kelly was initially thinking that the Morning Water would help her gain more customers but as she continued to spray the Morning Water over herself, she began to have the desire to read the Morning Water booklet. She stopped going to nightclubs and told her friends she had a desire to open her own business, they were confused because that was not the character or lifestyle of those seriously engaged in prostitution as they were.
Kelly’s sister invited her to come to The SCOAN that Sunday and she agreed but did not actually intend to go. With her friend, she prepared to go to the nightclub that Saturday night. After taking her shower, she sprayed the Morning Water on herself and instantly fell asleep. When she finally woke up, she discovered it was Sunday morning. They were very annoyed that they missed their night out so they decided to go to a club that opened early Sunday morning. Before her friend could take her bath, for an unknown reason, Kelly sprayed Morning Water in her friend’s bath water. She sprayed Morning Water in her own bath water as well and once they were ready to go, Kelly unexpectedly said she wanted to go to The SCOAN and her friend surprisingly agreed.
She ultimately attended The SCOAN Sunday Service with her friend. As they arrived, they walked past the entrance of the church, as she looked upwards – to her amazement – she saw her father standing before her. Astonished, she tried to hide but her mother and sister quickly came out of the church to join them. In a stunning reconciliation, the family entered The SCOAN together and sat down for their first church service.
It was during the course of that spectacular day that Prophet T.B. Joshua spoke a word of prophecy for the family, saying: “Lost and found”. Prophet T.B. Joshua prophesied the very root cause of their problem and the family was finally and joyfully reconciled.
Kelly testified that since the prophecy and deliverance, she no longer has the urge to go to nightclubs or engage in prostitution. The alcohol she used to drink no longer entices her and she has even blocked her old social media profiles, telling the few old friends she chose to speak to, that she is no longer interested in her former lifestyle. She now enjoys spending time with her family and has begun to develop her relationship with Jesus Christ through prayer and Bible reading.
Her father, a medical professional in the United States, gave thanks to God for reuniting him with his daughter after several years of absence. Her mother and sister, attesting to the negative lifestyle Kelly had been involved in for many years, testified that they have seen the change in her character, conduct and behavior since the prophecy of Prophet T.B. Joshua and deliverance in the power of the Holy Ghost. They affirmed that they are now a happy family in Christ Jesus.
Kelly’s friend also came forward to thank God for the prophetic message God sent to her friend which also located her and brought her to deliverance in Christ. She said it was Kelly who came to her house and brought her to the church last Sunday morning where God revealed the root of their problem and set them free. Recounting her six years of prostitution, desperation and failure in relationships, the mother of two small boys gave thanks to God for the freedom in Christ Jesus she now experiences.
They advised all families, “Belong to Jesus and you will have happiness”.