TB Joshua Is not dead, He will Resurrect, He is the Jesus Of our time

The Founder and Leader of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Temitope Balogun Joshua popularly called T.B. Joshua, was confirmed dead on June 5, 2021, seven days before his 58th birthday. He died at the age of 57.

One of the male Ushers in the late prophet TB Joshua’s church; has made some interesting revelations about the man of God, and what he told them on the Synagogue mountain a day before his death.

The Usher who introduced himself as Lucky DAA Nabel, from Okpella in Edo State-Nigeria, has revealed that personally, he did not believe Prophet TB Joshua is dead; explaining that; “we have tagged TB Joshua as Jesus of this generation, he will wake up…he is not a man that can easily die”.

Speaking in an Interview on Gboah TV, Bro. Lucky said they were on the synagogue mountain with the prophet a day before his death; and he (Prophet TB Joshua), declared to them directly, that he is tired and need to rest, and that was the reason the man of God was not able to lay his hand on people.

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He again revealed that, the prophet TB Joshua told them a day before his death; on the synagogue mountain, that they should wake up the next day, and watch the ‘Emmanuel TV’, and that he was going to show them what was going on in India; adding that, the prophet said what is happening in India, is the reflection of what is happening in the world in general.

The Usher has described Prophet TB Joshua as “the man of the people…he is a philanthropist, he is a man of the world; he is a pillar…bulldozer and a caterpillar”.


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