Ohemaa Mercy, a well-known gospel performer, recently shared moving testimonies from a previous Tehillah Experience concert that was brought to her attention.
The musician known for her heartfelt performances told the story of a mother who saw her son battle with his inability to walk for two long years during an interview with Cookie Tee on TV3 New Day.
This mother, like countless others all around the world, had tuned in from as far away as the United Kingdom or the United States to the web streaming of Tehillah’s worship services in search of comfort and inspiration.
She said, “I think somewhere last two years they were watching one of the Tehilla experiences online. There is this lady who gave birth to a son and for two years he wasn’t walking.”
The atmosphere of fervent worship and passionate devotion was obvious as the Tehillah program unfolded through digital waves.
“I believe that while the broadcast was airing in the UK or the US, people were worshiping and screaming, and the son got up and started leaping as well. Like that,” she revealed.
Ohemaa Mercy pleaded with Christians to comprehend and accept the divine dynamics at work when people assemble to worship with a mixture of reverence and humility.
“Cookie, I want people to understand that there is something about worship that we’ve missed a lot. I want God to give me the wisdom to lead people through it and help them see that there is so much presence and power beneath the atmosphere of worship,” she added.
Ohemaa Mercy went on to discuss her spiritual practices, including how she lives a life of constant adoration and praise and has experienced 24- to 72-hour turnaround times for her responses.
I consistently thank and adore God for at least 24 hours, and at the latest for 72 hours, I receive a response for whatever I need, she continued.