The General overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet TB Joshua, finally revealed what he was doing before coming to the altar to preach.
In a video he posted on his official Twitter page, the cleric said that his rest time is when he receives from God, while his working time is when he comes to the altar to preach.
TB Joshua later showed in the video the mountain that he goes to communicate with God. In the video, he could be seen holding a Bible as he mumbled what appeared to be prayers.
“A time of rest is a time to receive from God. Working time is a time to give what we receive from God. This is a difficult time when every day is filled with uncertainty.
Here are some of the places where I spend my time to get this message, ” said TB Joshua, posting the video.
Watch his video below:
Meanwhile, it was reported that the prophet caused a stir in social networks after some of his photos and videos appeared on the Internet.
It seems that the man of God has embarked on a Holy mission to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
In TB photos, Joshua was seen in a white robe with a copy of the Holy Bible on top of a mountain.
Some videos on the official Twitter page of SCOAN showed the religious leader praying fervently on the mountain.
“Glory be to God! I have been on this mountain for the past four days and I am going to leave today.
This is where I stay; this is where I sleep to know the mind of God and to know what is going on concerning the situation right now in the world,” he said.
He also once told Christians that they are not immune to the deadly COVID-19.
The man of God stated this in a question and answer session on Emmanuel TV on YouTube, in which he said whatever the situation a believer finds himself, it is for his obedience to God.
He said: “Christians, do not make the mistake of thinking that you are ‘out of touch’. God often uses ‘anything’ to preserve us and to strengthen our desires and determination for God. Whatever your situation as a believer, it is all for your obedience to God (Hebrews 5:8).”