- TB Joshua shared a video of himself issuing a warning to South Africa six years ago
- The video was dated 28 July, 2013, and it was allegedly a warning to Mzansi concerning "a serious revolt"
- The prophet called on his followers to pray for South Africa
On Wednesday, the official Facebook page of TB Joshua's ministries posted a throwback video of the prophet issuing a warning to South Africa.
The video was dated Sunday, 28 July, 2013, and it features Prophet TB Joshua giving a prophetic warning to Mzansi "concerning a serious revolt led by the youth which would cost lives."
His words were:
"In the nation, South Africa, we should help them in prayer because I am seeing youth revolt. It will be very serious. A situation where youth will come out and begin - You learn that there is a protest here. Some people were killed - certain people. Revolt in South Africa."
The prophet added:
“I pray for my nation, South Africa. As Jesus stood in the boat and commanded the storms to be calm, I stand in the midst of the storm in my nation, South Africa, and I command the storm, wind and waves to be calm, in the Name of Jesus! I speak calmness to my nation, South Africa, in the name of Jesus!”
The throwback video comes as Gauteng is plagued by xenophobic violence. Briefly.co.za reported earlier that foreign nationals have been subjected to attacks in the Gauteng province following the murder of a taxi operator by a foreign drug dealer.
The video of the prophet supposedly predicting the xenophobic attacks sparked quite the reaction on Facebook.
Sandra Ugochi Curlee commented: "Oh lord let your mercy speak for the land of South African, please let their be calmness in South Africa nation, let love leads . Oh lord let your holy hands sprinkle upon every soul the devil is using to do this evil things, for them to know we are one brothers and sisters true Christ our lord Amen."
Nkululeko Mthanti added: "I hope God intervenes before this goes viral an destroy many lives of our African brothers and sisters in the name of Jesus Christ!"
Charles Nyole wrote: "I pray for South Africa for God's intervention so that we unite as one for we are the image of God it's not good to hate each other for God is Love. Amen."
Take a look at the video below:
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