"This year the devil has tried everything to make me feel unworthy of God’s love, but God is faithful and constantly reminds me I am good enough for Him. I had suffered a bad break up and was struggling to get back into employment.
I submitted myself to God, joined the protocol team and volunteered at the Church office. I made sure I knew who the real enemy is, I decreed and declared that I would fight until I win that I serve the only Living God who does not lie. I fasted and prayed.
Glory to God, I am now stronger than I have ever been. Every morning God fills me with Joy, I am employed and I know there is more to come. What God has done, is doing and going to do in my life I believe He will do it for you too. I appreciate the support, encouragement and prayers of the pastors and protocol team members. What a pleasure it is to be in Zion!"− E.F
"My partner and I started coming to Glory House January this year through a friend’s invitation. We have always loved God and were already established in a church prior to this time, but something about Glory House kept us coming back till it became our church.
My partner had an unexplainable liver problem. He had been on medication for many years and we believed that one day it would heal. At his last scan the doctor said ‘your liver is normal’ …. We could not believe it! At the same time we also received our indefinite leave to remain in the country along with a refund of the fees paid to the home office!
As though that is not enough, we recently moved into a bigger accommodation and after service last Sunday we received an overflow, a cheque of £2000 in the mail as compensation from my partner’s work place for an injury that we do not recall! These all happened in the space of one month.
Our only explanation for this is that the God of Dr Albert and of Glory House never sleeps. He sees and knows everything. He will never leave you nor forsake you.− Tj
"Two weeks before Christmas, I was eating peanuts in bed and thought I had lost one down my louse but it turned out to be a lump in left breast. I was terrified and begged God not to confirm my thoughts. The doctor was concerned and transferred me to the Breast Cancer Unit for a monogram, ultrasound and a biopsy.
I was so afraid but the Lord reminded me of whom I am in Christ, and sent me wise counsel through a friend. I started breaking bread daily and reminded God of the victory I know I have in Him. I pronounced healing on my body regardless of doctors reports. One Sunday, Pastor gave a word of knowledge that someone was having a shower and felt a lump in her breast; he laughed and said “It is well”. I hadn’t told any pastor about my situation but I knew he was talking about me. I held on to his word.
I had an operation which went as planned and had to wait for 10 days for the result. When I went back to the hospital I was told that the lump was just a papilloma which had been removed and that all is well."− Mrs T