Prophet TB Joshua’s mission remains the same, Promise Joshua says

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On Wednesday, June 5, 2024, the world gathered at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Ikotun Lagos in a night of songs and praise in memory of Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, popularly known as Prophet TB Joshua.
Joshua died on June 5, 2021, after one of his evening services in Lagos, just one week before his 58th birthday.
The programme was marked to commemorate the third anniversary of his departure and to worship God.
Dressed in a yellow gown and white headscarf, Pastor Evelyn Joshua led members to sing and match around the altar.

Speaking during the programme, Promise Joshua, assured that the church has not deviated from her father’s mission and vision.
“The Church of All Nations has since been the church of all seasons. A ministry where satanic bondage is broken, even to the shock of unbelievers, a ministry that has stood the test of time, that continues to stand the test of time and that will continue to stand the test of time to the glory of God.

She added: “Prophet TB Joshua was not just a global Christian leader, he was also a devoted father and someone privileged to be his daughter, this third anniversary reminds me of the values that his life portrayed as a father, he believed so much in the principle of Mathew 25:45 and as a devoted servant of God, he served God diligently. As we commemorate this global father figure to so many people, we will continue to celebrate the values he stood for, which is, love, that preaches that when one is hated, we love, when persecuted, we should love. Prophet TB Joshua believed that a true Christian is known by his love.
“I want to thank everyone for their unwavering support for these past three years to the mission of changing lives, changing nations and changing the world, and, I want to assure everyone that the mission remains the same.”

Musician Tee Mac Omatshola said that Prophet TB Joshua used to hum melodies. “I asked him where he got them and he said, ‘From Heaven’.”
“I once spent two weeks here when I was organising ultimate Commander Wrestling fight and Prophet TB Joshua would come to my suite by 2. a.m. and talk to me about music. I write Philharmonic music and we were close because he understood them. TB Joshua contributed to Nigerian music more than any other Nigerian. Many had financial problems and TB Joshua gave them money.

Speaking on his thoughts about three years after Joshua’s demise, he said: “I come here regularly, and I am impressed about how clean and well maintained Synagogue is. Pastor Evelyn Joshua is doing an excellent job. She’s preaching, it seems TB Joshua passed the energy to her and I love what she’s doing, she’s spreading Synagogue all over the world.
When asked about what he missed about Joshua, he said: “I miss his cares, his prayers, his humour and his personality. I was in South Africa performing during the FIFA World Cup and he called me in the morning, one day, Nigeria was playing and I asked him about the team that was going to win, and he told me, ‘Tee Mac, I don’t like to give bad news’ , and of course, Nigeria lost. TB Joshua was a wonderful friend and I miss him every day.
“Pastor Evelyn Joshua has taken over and she’s doing well.”
Promise Joshua: “Prophet TB Joshua influenced his world as a true man of prayer, perseverance, self-discipline and dedication. His ministry has stood the test of time and will continue to stand the test of time. He was a devoted father.”
In his tribute, Apostle Samuel Raboteng from South Africa said: “I knew Prophet TB Joshua around 2002 and I met him in 2009 when I came here. When I looked at the life of Prophet TB Joshua, all I can say is that God gave us a lot in this generation, he was like a Bible being read by a human being. He was an Angel of love. We remain in God today because of the love we received from Prophet TB Joshua. He taught me that the first ministry a person needs to prosper in is the ministry of marriage and he always asked after my wife. Prophet TB Joshua never fantasized, he was a great man of God.
South African police officer Mokibela Makgopa, said: “I was motivated to come to The SCOAN after seeing miracles on Emmanuel TV.”

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