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Researchers have long ago claimed that it takes 21 days to form a habit, how amazing is it when your newly developed habit is that of thanksgiving and praises.

Remember this design? You’d see it a lot these 21 days…. that happens in 6hrs time…

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Following the successful Instagram Live Praise Challenge tagged “Olowogbogboro” in June, Nathaniel Bassey has started another praise challenge, this time it’s a 21-day praise and worship challenge which would be held on all social media platforms between midnight to 1 Am each day. Open Heavens, which is the theme of Nathaniel Bassey’s Halleluyah Challenge started on the 1st and would end on the 21st of  November 2017. It has birthed many testimonies and unmentionable blessings. Every day, the Halleluyah crooner gives out daily scriptural readings on his Instagram page @Nathaniel Blow, and like every all other daily devotional, it has scriptural study focus, with prayer points for the day.
There is also additional information attached to each post, such as people to read at least 5-6 chapters of the Bible daily and to pray or read at various watches. Themes like Open Heavens Daily Confessions, Open Heavens Report; testimonies from individuals, Testimony rush follow, are uploaded daily. At Midnight, 12:00 GMT, Nathaniel Bassey goes live both on his Instagram, Nathaniel Blow or his Facebook page, @Nathaniel Bassey Official, luckily, the Facebook live stream is saved when uploaded for later viewing.

DAY9. Open Heavens. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done.

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Today marks the ninth days of the authentic online community, globalizing and celebrating praise and thanksgiving. More than a week of gratitude forming habit, one that allows us to learn how to recognize and express appreciation for the benefits we have received from God and from others. Talk of forming a good habit.

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This article was first published on 9th November 2017


Adepeju Adenuga is a writer (considering where you are reading this, makes perfect sense). She holds a Masters Degree in Literature in English from the University of Lagos.

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