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Nathaniel Bassey. Source: Instagram.

The 2019 Hallelujah Challenge will start on Monday, January 4th, 2019 and run through the 25th of the month, according to the organiser and gospel singer Nathaniel Bassey.

Concise News understands that the Hallelujah Challenge started in 2017 and is purely a praise, prayer and worship session that lasts for an hour during the 21-days.

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Thousands of people tune in to the Hallelujah Challenge which holds live on social media with testimonies said to have been recorded in the event.

2019 Hallelujah Challenge Live: How To Join Programme Online

Here, below is how to join the Hallelujah Challenge live on Instagram:

1. Simply visit Instagram and open an account (that’s if you don’t have one already).

2. Type “Nathaniel Bassey” into your Instagram search box.
3. Several names will come up but click on “nathanielblow” and follow him.

4. With this, you will get a notification once nathanielblow is LIVE.

5. Get to his page, click on his profile photo and connect to the Hallelujah Challenge live.

Also, you can just click on his display photo which will be visible at the top of your Instagram screen once nathanielblow goes live at 12 midnight.

NB: Ensure that your data connection is working fine to be able to receive notification and enjoy uninterrupted time with God during the Hallelujah Challenge live stream.

Concise News understands that Nathaniel Bassey said “It started as an inspiration from God.

“It was the leading of the holy spirit, following up on something we called the ‘Tongue challenge’ which was initially praying for one hour every month in the month of May.

“When we were done, I just sensed that God wanted us to praise him in the month of June, in the midnight hour based on Acts 16:25-26 and the kind of praise should be the hallelujah kind of praise.

“The number of people joining the challenge keeps rising on a daily basis, the last session had over 70,000 people and that’s not including the over 90,000 who joined via Facebook.”