- TB Joshua was a renowned cleric who helped several people with healings until he passed away on Saturday night, June 5
- Footage of how he healed a woman who ran to his church over her mal-united tibia is currently making the rounds on the internet
- She had dashed to the headquarters of the SCOAN ministries in Lagos before the pastor prayed for her and she got healed
A video is currently making the rounds showing how God healed a woman of a malunited tibia at the headquarters of the Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN), Lagos.
The woman who claimed to have been a manager for an edition of the FIFA U17 World Cup narrated how she fractured her leg in an accident.
According to her, she ran to the church all the way from Abuja seeking healing after doctors told her she would need a total replacement at an Indian hospital.
She claimed she was frightened by the development adding that at 43, she was too young to undergo total knee replacement.
She cried out to preacher Prophet TB Joshua during a church service:
“They didn’t arrange me for the prayer line because they felt the case was very bad, please man of God help me. I know that can God use you. I have a mal-united tibia and they have booked me for total replacement in India.
“I am too young to have a total knee replacement. That surgery may not be successful and I will never walk.”
The cleric then asked if she believed God can heal her and she responded positively and after prayers, TB Joshua asked her to ‘rise and walk’.
To the amazement of the congregation, the woman who was on crutches stood to her feet and began to walk.
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Meanwhile, a video of the televangelist, Temitope Balogun Joshua, better known as TB Joshua, indicating that it would not be easy for him to celebrate his 58th birthday this year is making the rounds online.
The renowned preacher was addressing his church members and viewers throughout the world, highlighting the prevailing circumstances and difficulties many are facing due to Covid-19.
''Viewers all over the world, June 12 is around the corner - as you know I'm a man of people, so the wound of one is the wound of all. As things stand, you may have realised it will not be easy for me to celebrate my birthday under the present circumstances,'' he posted on Twitter.
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