“We are Waiting to Hear From God” – TB Joshua Speaks on Church Reopening

"We are Waiting to Hear From God" - TB Joshua Speaks on Church Reopening
Prophet TB Joshua, GO Synagogue Church of all Nations(SCOAN). PHOTO : TWEETS


The General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN) “Prophet (T. B) Temitope Balogun Joshua” has aired his view on the reopening on churches situated in Lagos State Nigeria.


In a morning Session tagged “Good morning and win today” with the viewers on the SCOAN channel popularly known as Emmanuel T.V, prophet T. B Joshua passed an important message with a Caption – “We are Waiting to Hear from God” after the Lagos State Government passed a statement on the reopening of churches amidst Covid-19 lockdown.


The prophet commended the Government authorities on the good decision made regarding the reopening of churches in the state to allow all Christians serve God in their desired  place of worship but confirmed that he is waiting to hear from God so as to announce the date for their resumption of church services.


Few Months ago, Prophet T. B Joshua confirmed that the COVID-19 pandemic would reduce after sometime as it has been prayed for and revealed to him by God.

In his words the prophet said :

“Good Morning And Win Today! Following the announcement that church services will resume in Lagos on August 9th, 2020 – that is, this coming Sunday – I wish to commend the authorities for their efforts so far. However, having heard from the authorities, we are now waiting to hear from God. Please be assured that as soon as we hear from God, we will inform you when our services will resume. Emmanuel – God is with us.”


Although most churches in Lagos Statd has resumed service from August 3rd, be informed that SCOAN online channels are active to enable passage of lively messages to attendees and worshipers.

Watch the Video of his interation below:-


Kindly drop your comments below on what you think about this statement.

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