Prophet TB Joshua makes another coronavirus prophecy after the first one turned false


The founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCAON, has warned world leaders of “God’s anger” if they fail to take proactive measures to help “displaced people” from “troubled spots” such as Syria following the Coronavirus outbreak he accused them (world leaders and scientists) of creating.

TB Joshua finally called on his ‘partners’ to support those “most affected” by the lockdown instituted in multiple nations to try and curb the coronavirus spread.

“In a world that cares less, we should care more,” he advised.

TB Joshua stated this during a questions and answers section on live TV yesterday, where he also treated several other topics including ‘humble beginnings’ and the ‘persecution’ that his ministry has attracted since inception.

“If something big starts big, it calls for concern,” he counselled.

“There is time for everything – a time to be born, a time to grow, a time to face persecution and a time to reap the fruit of your labour. Any life that does not follow this process is bound to face obstacles that can either stop you or destroy you in the middle of the journey or late on the journey of life.”

He stressed that the impatience of today’s generation has led many to make rash decisions too quickly which later prove detrimental.

“If you do not know how to maintain the little of today, you may not know how to maintain the big of tomorrow,” he warned, using his own life experience to bolster his advice.

Joshua was recently derided on social media after a short clip of his declaration that coronavirus would end by 27th March, 2020 went viral, but he later clarified he was actually referring to the epicentre of the outbreak in Wuhan, China.

In his much publicized ‘prophecy’ for the year, Joshua described 2020 “the year of humility”, adding that the world would be humbled by “affliction” and face serious “economic backlash”, leading many supporters to link his words to the currently unfolding events.

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