COVID-19: TB Joshua tells Christians they are not immune to deadly disease

COVID-19: TB Joshua tells Christians they are not immune to deadly disease

- Prophet TB Joshua has told Christians that they are not immune to COVID-19

- According to the man of God, Christians should never make the mistake of thinking they are immune to the deadly disease

- The cleric says whatever the situation a believer finds himself, it is for his obedience to God

Prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations has 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)."

The cleric said a Christian can contract COVID-19 because it is just like any other affliction, adding that a Christian can be sick in body and yet be a friend of God or a candidate of heaven.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Prophet TB Joshua reacted to the prophetic declaration he made that coronavirus would come to an end in Nigeria on March 27 after a seven-day rain.

He said he did not realise that the Holy Spirit meant it would not end in Nigeria but in Wuhan, China; the epicenter of the coronavirus.

In a video shared to Emmanuel TV on YouTube, the man of God spoke about the prophecy and how he had said it would rain in Wuhan before the virus leaves the city and country on March 27, and it did.

Confirming his prophecy is a Nigerian man based in Wuhan, China who spoke about how the prophecy came to pass in the country.

In other news, the coronavirus patient who attended the 2020 Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards, Seun O, has narrated his experience while at the Lagos isolation centre in Yaba.

Seun, who is a photographer, was recently discharged after testing negative twice to the deadly disease.

He said he had severe body pains and was the only person that lost his sense of smell out of 16 people in his ward.

Seun said: "I also had diarrhoea at many different points before I got to the hospital and at the hospital."

The photographer also shared the experience of one of his ward mates.

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