SCOAN Tradgedy: T.B Joshua Offers a Condolence Speech

By on September 21, 2014

T.B Joshua, owner of the Synagogue Church of all Nations, has finally sent his condolences over the damage wrecked by the collapse of his church guest house’s  building.
“Church and viewers from all over the world, join me in observing one minute silence in memory of martyrs of faith. Bless their souls.

“Those who are affected in one way or the other and those who passed on to glory, their greatest desire is to see that the work of salvation they died and suffered for continues and to reach unreachable places.

For that, what they are coming here for should be taken to meet them in their country. Once in a month, I will be travelling to South Africa to meet people from South Africa and other nations who find South Africa easier to visit, in memory of martyrs of faith. South Africa, I mean, Southern Africa, I love you with the love of God.

“My ministration in South Africa will not be on Sundays so that people would have the opportunity to attend their respective churches.

“This kind of faith expressed by South Africans deserves this kind of blessing from God – satan is a liar.

“I have been your pastor, preaching to you. Now, it is your turn that you are preaching to me. Thank you for preaching to me. I received a lot of emails and text messages full of preaching, teaching, counseling from you.

“It is your turn that you are giving back what you have received in terms of preaching, teaching and counseling. Thank you for understanding the time I am in.

“There is a time to give and a time to receive. There is a time to run and a time to slow awhile. There is a time to laugh and a time to cry. There is a time to be born and a time to die.”


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