Prophet TB Joshua became a major subject of discussion recently over his failed prediction concerning the outcome of the US presidential election which Mr. Donald J. Trump eventually won.
The founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) has released a video in which he reveals why his prophesy changed Prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Lagos has revealed the reason his prediction on the outcome of US presidential election failed. Joshua had predicted that Hillary Clinton would win the election which held on November 8, but the outcome shocked most people around the world as Donald Trump took the day.
In a newly released video, TB Joshua said after his prediction, Americans prayed to God and He heard their prayers. This, according to him, was why Trump won. “We have seen the outcome of the election in America. Having read, you will notice that it is all about the popular vote, the vote of the majority of Americans.
Here are his words in the video: “In this case, we need the spirit of a prophet to recognise or to know a prophet. Our levels are different. We are not on the same level. “We might have great cathedrals, huge bells, and all kinds of activities that are good by human standards but human point of view is limited. “1 Corinthians 1:25.
The foolishness of God is wiser than that of men and the weakness of God is stronger than that of men. There is no shortcut to spiritual maturity unless earthly understanding gives way to spiritual enlightenment. “I see many people trying to interpret prophets on the basis of their own minds and ideas. The prophecy seems to cause uproar, to many who gave it different meaning and interpretation.
“Finally, campaigns and elections in any democratic country in the world are never about one person, it is about the country we care and love. Whichever way it happens, we must accept the outcome and then look to the future (God), the Author and Finisher. “Democracy is all about accommodation. All democrats must value the process of democracy more than the product. “God bless the United States of America.”