Again, TB Joshua Speaks On Vision God Revealed To Him About Nigeria

Again, Prophet TB Joshua Speaks On Vision For Nigeria
Prophet TB Joshua

Leader and founder of The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T. B. Joshua has said that “very soon”, people will understand his vision concerning Nigeria.

Concise News reports that Prophet Joshua made a flashback to his sermon a fortnight ago when he called for urgent prayers for Nigeria against “interruption of democracy’ in the nation.

In SCOAN’s Sunday Service, the influential evangelist says because people like misunderstand him, he has resorted to speaking in parable.

“Two weeks ago, I was talking about a vision concerning my nation,” he says.

“I saw a Seraphim. Seraphim came down with the rain.

“That rain brought about calmness and freshness.

“But people don’t know what I was talking about.

“Very soon, you will understand what I am talking about.

“Even though it is very bad and very rough now, you will smile.

“I’m in a nation; in a continent, they don’t understand me.

“If you understand me, I will talk to you – one-on-one. But if you don’t understand (me), I have to talk to you in parable.

“I’m in your midst, but you don’t understand me.”

“Four years ago, I was telling my people that we are the valley and our future is crying for help.

“They called me all sort of names, but what is happening today?”

Prophet Joshua 56 continues:

“But then, there was food on the table. Everything was fine; everything was okay. But I was telling you this is valley, our future is crying for help.

“And I say, politics will not be as usual. But can a gentleman join politics again?” the influential Nigerian evangelist asks rhetorically.



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