T.B Joshua Shares New Vision He Had About Nigeria & Buhari
Posted by George on Mon 08th Jul, 2019 - tori.ng
T.B Joshua stated that he was out to share a vision which he had a couple of weeks back in respect of President Muhammadu Buhari and the nation.
Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua
International preacher and popular television evangelist and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, has called for special prayers for President Muhammadu Buhari and the nation of Nigeria.
The cleric made this known during a live broadcast, yesterday, at the international headquarters of the church at Ikotun Egbe, Lagos.
During the Sunday service, the man of God, as fondly called, stated that he was out to share a vision which he had a couple of weeks back in respect of President Muhammadu Buhari and the nation Nigeria.
According to him, “I am here to share a vision I had two weeks ago concerning my nation—Nigeria—the heartbeat of Africa. Let us pray for our government, President Muhammadu Buhari. There is no perfect man on earth.”
He further advised that the prayers should be directed towards ensuring that God grants the president wisdom in directing the affairs of the nation. He continued, “Ask God to protect and fill him with wisdom enough to lead this nation. In my vision, I saw the seraphim coming down with rain. This rain comes with freshness and calmness. Nigeria, let us pray!”
It will be recalled that the cleric had predicted the Venezuelan crisis and the postponement of Nigeria’s 2019 general election, just as he had told all that God was in control of the affairs of the nation.
He had indicated then that “be calm, there is no cause for alarm. Those who will cause trouble will see trouble. Those who want peace will see peace. There is no need to stock food.
After the election, there will be a lot of situations. When it is about to rain, the cloud will gather and it will become dark. But after the darkness comes light. But you will respect God after the election…If anything happens to Nigeria, that will be the end of Africa.”