#Halleluyahchallenge: Seyi Law finds succor as he recounts how he lost N44m in 3 years

#Halleluyahchallenge: Seyi Law finds succor as he recounts how he lost N44m in 3 years

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The ongoing social media rage, ‘Olowogbogboro’, championed by gospel artiste, Nathaniel Bassey, a live praise and worship session on instagram live and currently trending as #TheonehourHalleluyahchallenge has no doubt recorded a lot of success as well as testimonies since its commencement last week.

One of those who has been touched in more ways by it since logging in live is Comedian Seyi Law who has some inspiring words to share having learnt a lesson from the financial tragedies he has suffered in the last three years.  He posted the message on his social media with a video of his daughter, Tiwa who came after five years of trying.

“Just a little throwback to one of my happy moments. The last three (3) years has been my toughest years since I started comedy. The social media revival by @nathanielblow has brought me some relief and opened my eyes to great understanding. It is no lie that people receive favour in our industries and somehow, I seem to be the only one who doesn’t. I have sown seeds over hard work, loyalty and kindness in several places, but they seem to yield no fruits.

“In 2014, I lost over 30million naira to a wrong business venture. 2015 was another year of loss with almost 14 million lost to the show, ‘Fast and Funny’ as well as 8 months old pregnancy evacuation. I don’t even want to mention 2016 going into 2017, but yesterday God showed me Prov 31: 30a: FAVOUR is DECEITFUL saying to me, if I had received favours to get to where I am, I probably would have forgotten too quickly where I was coming from.

“I want you to know that to be favoured is a good thing, but to live your hoping on the luck of favour is stupidity. Let favour meet the works of your hands. People have promised me, failed and helped people I introduced to them. It only means they are not my channels of blessings. What has been your points in life? What has been tormenting you? Please let go and let God have his way. God can bless the works of your hands without favours from men and you will be celebrated.

“You may want to join the OLOWOGBOGBORO Live tonight by 12midnight with @nathanielblow because for me, I know and I am sure testimonies will come. Be encouraged not dismayed.”