- The head of SCOAN, Prophet TB Joshua, has told his followers that he uses his non-working time to talk to God
- The prophet added that his working time is the moment he comes to the altar to preach about what he has received from the Almighty
- In a short clip, he shared on Twitter on Sunday, he was filmed on an unknown mountain as he appeared to be praying
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The general overseer of Synagogue Church Of All Nations, Prophet TB Joshua, has finally revealed what he does before he comes to the altar to preach and in his free time.
In a video he released on his official Twitter page, the cleric said that his resting time is when he receives messages from God, while his working time is the period he comes to the altar to preach.
TB Joshua later showed in the video the mountain he goes to commune with God. In the video, he could be seen with a Bible as he muttered what seemed like prayers.
“Resting time is time to receive from God. Working time is time to give what we receive from God. This is a difficult time where every day is filled with uncertainty. These are some of the places I spend my time to receive this message," TB Joshua said as he posted the video.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the general overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nation (SCOAN), Prophet TB Joshua, has said a couple that contracted Covid-19 was healed by a man of God simply identified as Prophet Chris.
The man of God took to his Twitter page to make the disclosure, saying Mrs Bukola and her husband connected virtually for deliverance from the United States as they laid in their hospital beds.
He said Prophet Chris prayed for the couple in the name of Jesus and they testified that they had been healed.
As expected, Nigerians took to the comment section to react to the claim.
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