There have been numerous reports flying round the internet and various news media in many African countries for the last few days about what Prophet TB Joshua said on Sunday 5th February
THIS is what Prophet TB Joshua prophesied regarding an African head of state:
“We should pray for one African head of state, president, against sickness that will likely take life. It is a sickness for a long time – being kept in the body for a long time. God showed me the country and the place but I’m not here to say anything like that. I am still praying to God to deliver the president concerned.”
He did not say more than that. He only said that we should pray for his life to be saved. He did not say that the prophecy was unchangeable. He did not give his name; he did not say when the leader would die; he did not say that the leader must die; he did not give the name of the country the leader was from. He only said that we should pray for him.
Please let people around you, your friends and colleagues and all who care to listen know what TB Joshua actually said. What a prophet says is not meant for speculation; it is rather a sober encouragement for us all to continue to give ourselves to prayer. We may know that we need God but how much we really need God, we don’t know.
Nigerians in particular and the world in general must appreciate the fivefold ministerial gift the Lord, God, has reposed in Prophet T.B. Joshua. His accurate prophecies on personal, local and world events are unparalleled in our present dispensation. In fact he moves powerfully in the word of knowledge and the word of wisdom. Recently he re-echoed what he has been saying about Israel and Iran for the past three years. He spoke of the dire consequences a war between them will have on the world. He said other countries would join in if a war broke out between them and this would worsen the already fragile economies of the world. He therefore admonished them to work towards peace, dialogue and understanding. On India he said there is an impending calamity which will involve a bridge breaking down.
On healing, the Lord is using him tremendously to bring relief and healing to his people who otherwise would have died in impoverished Africa. Cancers and diseases of all types are healed by the power of God in the Synagogue. People from all races across the continent throng the Synagogue to see the wonders the Lord is doing in the life of this young and willing vessel to bring relief to his children. Curses are broken and people caged by demons are set free and loosed from their bondages.
With this mighty anointing on his life he remains humble and sober crediting everything to our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ. Unlike his compatriots who choose to be surrounded by bodyguards and convoys, he goes a lone trusting in the God of our Lord Jesus Christ for his protection. He is not flamboyant and does not ride in the latest limousines and yet there is always envy in the circles of Pentecostalism to discredit and destroy him. Among those perpetrators of these evil deeds are some of the Prophet’s own followers who out of greed have joined the bandwagon. If you look at Agomoh and Bisola critically and listen to their own testimony of how they got to the Synagogue and their subsequent actions after leaving Synagogue, tells you about their main agenda. Their main agenda was to make money and defraud people using the name of the Prophet. Others like the former pastors of the London branch, theirs was to hijack the London branch thereby making it their bona fide property. When their attempt failed, the pastors with their recruited thugs to form a blog to destroy Prophet T.B. Joshua. They hounded the London branch and continue to hound them by writing to BBC, and Sky and other institutions and colleges not to host us in their premises and to investigate the activities of the church in London. Indeed, they’ve failed in their quest to stop the momentum and growth of the church. The gates of hell cannot prevail against the church. We are a victorious army, children of the cross, soaked in the love of Jesus Christ and only in love we will work and embrace our detractors with love.