Prophet T.B Joshua of Nigeria’s SCOAN (Synagogue Church of all Nations) died on Saturday June 5th,2021 after closing a service a few moments earlier. Many are saddened by his loss but what’s most shocking are the few words he expressed moments before his trespass. “There’s a time for everything – time to come here for prayer and time to return home after the service.”
It’s most definitely plausible he was aware of his departure back home since the bible says in Amos 3:7 the Lord does nothing without revealing his plan to his servants the prophets. One thing is certain: T.B Joshua helped many people around the world whilst preaching the gospel and many witnesses testify of their conversion to the Good News of Jesus-Christ thanks to his efforts and miraculous wonders recorded right on TV.
Though painful losing a loved one must be, We must never forget that a christian who departs from this life is not a loss, for he goes to meet with his Creator and we shall surely see him again at the day of Rapture.
You can follow more about his ministry on TV broadcasting channel website: www. emmanuel.tv.
About the Prophet
Born on June 12th 1963 in Ondo State, Nigeria, T.B. Joshua’s journey is a humbling story of how God raised a young man from a poverty-stricken home to lead an international ministry that would attract thousands worldwide to witness the reality of God’s power today.
From dropping out of secondary school in his first year and working in a poultry farm; from teaching little children while attending evening classes and washing people’s legs on the muddy streets of Lagos to embarking on a 40-day fast before receiving the divine call and starting a ministry with a mere eight members – the life of T.B. Joshua is a story of amazing grace and unwavering focus. Today, he is a mentor to presidents yet a friend to the widows and less privileged, a role model to his generation yet a humble and hardworking man, toiling tirelessly for the advancement of God’s kingdom. His story is an encouragement that there is hope for the weak.