#HallelujahChallenge: Number of Instagram Live Worshippers rises above 50,000 | Olowo Gbogboro
With only 12 days into the #HallelujahChallenge, a multi-denominational praise and worship session convened by gospel artiste, Nathaniel Bassey, virtual worshippers have grown to over 50,000.
This represents an increase of 18,000 worshippers from the session organized the day before.
Bassey explained reasons for embarking on the Challenge saying it is a mandate from God.
“The Challenge is a mandate from God, and I am just a vessel,” said Nathaniel Bassey, convener of the Session during a Live Brief yesterday. “Beyond all the miracles and testimonies, God is doing something eternal – something that will outlive generations.”
The Hallelujah Challenge is a 30-day praise/prayer/worship session organized to lift the name of God and bring glory and salvation upon His people as they exalt His holy name.
The Live worship sessions will end on June 28 with a grand gathering of worshippers and lovers of God lifting their voices in one accord to praise and exalt His name.
The Hallelujah Challenge, a 30-day prayer and praise time from 12am to 1am throughout the month of June 2017, is led by Nigerian gospel artiste, Nathaniel Bassey.
It is a live Instagram session where followers tune in to worship God in fellowship. #HallelujahChallenge is currently the most widely circulated praise and worship movement on social media.