A Nigerian man identified as Lawrence Chiebuka Lawrence has taken to popular social media platform, Facebook to narrate how God delivered his family from being hit by a strange stray bullets.
According to Lawrence, he revealed that he was at home resting with his family, suddenly, he heard a knock on the door, his wife went to attend to the the visit.
She got to a particular place and she heard a noise on the roof of the building and on the floor, then she looked at the floor and saw a strange bullet. Having no idea of how bullets look like, she picked it up and gave it to her husband.
On discovering it’s a bullet, he immediately rushed out from his room and went exactly where she picked the bullet from, he looked up and saw how the bullet pierced a hole on the ceiling and from there entered the house.
Read his story:
“This incident happened yesterday in my house I have heard people testify on how God Delivered them from strange bullet until yesterday I was in my house with my Wife when we heard a knock on our door then my Wife went to attend to the visit, the moment she pass a particular spot she heard a noise on the ceiling and on the floor when she look she found this strange bullet. She pick it up and brought it to me not knowing what it was when I looked at it I told her this is bullet I quickly came out she showed me the spot were it happened I Look up and saw how the bullet Pierce my ceiling and entered my house.
I GIVE GOD GLORY FOR MAKING I AND MY HOUSE HOLD A VICTOR and Not A VICTIM. I PRAY FOR YOU READING THIS POST IN THIS EMBER MONTH STRANGE BULLET WILL NOT KILL YOU OR ANY OF YOUR FAMILY MEMBER. IN JESUS NAME AMEN.”
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