From South Holland, Illinois, U.S., where she lives, 25-year-old Anim Anita Njiwah shares her breakthrough experiences after faithful use of the Morning Water.
“My father, an Emmanuel TV Partner, visits the Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) often. He always brought back Morning Water, Stickers and CDs. I want to give glory to God for the breakthroughs I have received through use of the Water and Stickers.
I was not sure what to do after graduating from the university. I began to apply the Morning Water, however, and with the encouragement from my father, things began to fall in place. I was blessed with a job at a diagnostics lab. This is in an area that was not even my field of study. I worked there for six months. One day, I received an email from a recruiter at Abbott Laboratory, a top pharmaceutical company in the world. They needed a team for a new project involving building of a new medical device for the treatment of patients in hospital. I applied, and through the grace of God, I was employed to join the research and development team. While still on probation, the inventory specialist left and I was assigned the responsibility of overseeing inventory for the entire department.
I realised that I loved my job and wanted to further my education and become an expert on the field. I applied to several universities and prayed for an admission into any one God has chosen for me. The first that came was from George Washington University. I informed my family and we celebrated. My dad told me the best was yet to come. We continued to use the Morning Water.
I accepted the admission from George Washington and began the orientation courses, which I did for two months. Then I received another admission into Thomas Jefferson University, a renowned medical school for health professionals and the second medical college founded in the United States.
During my application process for Thomas Jefferson University, I was invited for an interview on campus. I couldn’t attend it due to my work schedule. The school, however, offered to let me have a phone interview with a panel of eight people. After the interview, they told me they would get back to me in a few days. A few days soon turned to three weeks. When finally I heard from them, I was admitted, with a merit-based scholarship, which I never even applied for!
I want to thank God for smiling on me and also pray that his mercy and grace would follow me through the entire programme. This is because I know it is only through his divine power and mercy that I would be able to do well in my programme and emerge one of the top performing students in my class.”