– The silence of important Christian associations in Nigeria since the death of the prophet TB Joshua has triggered reactions
< strong> – Many have asked why there are no condolences from church bodies for the service of the late TB Joshua
– A pastor based in Der Edo State has revealed why church organizations have been quiet since TB Joshua’s death
Benin, Edo – Pastor’s senior pastor PIA Obaseki, Divine Grace of Glory Church Intl, Benin, unveiled Joshua on Monday the 7th.
According to the Benin-based senior pastor, neither organization expressed sympathy for death of the Prophet because they did not believe in his service style.
The Daily Sun quoted him as saying:
“Prophet TB Joshua is a man God, why I think he wasn’t in CAN or PFN is because many Christian bodies didn’t believe in his ministry.
“That was the point. So if you don’t believe in me, you will become someone who doubts my service. It will be rather difficult for me to get in touch with you.
“I think that is the reason. We haven’t seen him in CAN meetings, PFN meetings, and other Christian bodies, but he’s a man standing on his own who came with a new dimension of Christianity, a new dimension of power according to the revelations of the Holy Spirit to him.
“That makes his ministry different and because of that difference, many people misunderstood him and didn’t believe him because the way God manifested himself through him became what many Christian ones Body doubted and this exactly caused many problems. ”
The clergyman said he had not been himself since he received the news of his death and noticed that he was the last time he met the late TB Joshua was with his wife.
He called on the family of the grieving prophet for consolation from God and the inheritance that was left behind to search.
In a related development, the traditional ruler of Arigidi Akoko in the Akoko northwest local government area of Ondo State, Oba Yisa Olanipekun, said the founder of the Church of All Nation Synagogue (SCOAN), Prophet TB Joshua, had come to meet him to say goodbye in his dream before he was pronounced dead.
The traditional ruler said the development showed the late TV evangelist’s love for his people and his hometown.
The Nigerian tribune quoted the monarch as saying that the deceased prophet Joshua appeared to him immediately: On Sunday, June 6th, around 1am, he told the people and the Security guards at the palace that a great man has died in the city.
Meanwhile, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta Delta has regretted the death of her son and founder, Prophet TB Joshua, with the Joshua family and the members of SCOAN.
Okowa said the death of the renowned cleric was shocking and described it as a great loss to the Christian community in Nigeria and around the world.
Yorubaland Aareonakakanfo, Gani Adams, described the death of the prophet Joshua on Sunday June 6th as an eclipse in God’s vineyard and said it was a gross shock.
Adams prayed, however, that God would give immediate families, relatives, the church and the country the strength to bear the loss.