“They Are Trying To Scare Members From Coming To My Church”- T.B Joshua Says

The prophet narrated how he left his prayer room for the church, only to be alerted of the strange aircraft on phone

According to reports, at the church service which held on Sunday, September 14, the prophet told his congregation the incident was an attack meant for him but his time on earth isn’t done. He called those who died martyrs.

Earlier reports have it that the T. B Joshua, founder of Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) claimed that the tragic incident which recently occurred in his church was caused by  a strange aircraft which hovered over the building prior to its collapse.

A building belonging to the church which was under construction suddenly fell on Friday, September 12, killing scores and leaving many others injured from the incident.

Just as he promised reporters, Prophet Joshua played the footage to church members and those watching online, showing them the horrific moment the building which was a guest house under construction collapsed.

The televangelist reportedly began by thanking officials involved in the extensive rescue operation, as well as supporters worldwide for their prayers.

Recounting the incident which occurred he said, “the cleric started.

The prophet narrated how he left his prayer room for the church, only to be alerted of the strange aircraft on phone.

Joshua went on to state that after thirty years residing in Ikotun, Lagos, he had never witnessed an incident of this nature.

He was quoted saying:

He proceeded to decry the attitude people had exhibited towards a much-publicised confession of an alleged Boko Haram member in The SCOAN in March 2014.

He added that the multiple rumours peddled about Ebola victims dying at The SCOAN and the alleged ‘salt-water’ cure ascribed to him that went viral were all attacks against the church.

Joshua stated however that his ‘job’ on earth was still unfinished.

He reminded congregants of a message he had given several weeks earlier that the last few months of 2014, which he had already termed ‘The Year Of Crossing The Bridge’, would contain tragic and calamitous events as if ‘it were 10 years’. He declared that in the midst of the unfortunate incident, “God is on top of the matter”.Joshua then stated that Divine judgement would befall the perpetrators of the attack.

he authoritatively declared.

Joshua went on to shock congregants the more by reading out a message he had received concerning another foiled Boko Haram plot against The SCOAN.

Joshua explained. he continued, adding that he knows ‘faithless’ attendees may likely stop visiting his church.

Joshua concluded by saluting the ‘martyrs’ who lost their lives in the tragic incident, describing them as people of faith who ‘knew the God they are serving’.He insisted that truth would prevail amidst the conflicting reports arising concerning the cause of the building’s collapse.


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