Renowned Nigerian Billionaire Prophet and founder of Christ MercyLand Deliverance Ministries (CMDM) located in Warri Delta State, Senior Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin while addressing his congregation said that the death of popular televangelist TB Joshua, was a rude shock to the body of Christ, globally.
Fufeyin expressed his emotions as being at an all-time high since the demise of the globally recognized Man of God. Describing him as a Kingdom General who should be celebrated and remembered, dead or alive.
Fufeyin, who led his entire congregation in a one minute silence to mourn and honor the deceased Prophet TB Joshua. He maintained that he was a good man whose life and ministry has touched millions of lives across the globe.
TB Joshua passed on last Saturday, at age 57 in an undisclosed cause. The preacher founded The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN); a Mega Christian Church in Lagos.
Fufeyin was moved to tears on Sunday morning service, while addressing his congregation. He reiterated that we can all be consoled, knowing that heaven has gained a soul.
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Observing a minute silence to honour the great Man of God, Prophet Fufeyin prayed for his family, asking that God Almighty gives them the fortitude bear this great loss.
“The church of God has lost a soldier but heaven gains a soul. We pray for the family and the entire members of SCOAN and Emmanuel TV, that they will be comforted in Jesus Name,” Renowned prophet, Fufeyin, said.
“When you look at the ministry of Jeremiah is like TB Joshua’s Ministry. Why? Through his ministry I saw cancers were healed, … mad people recovered instantly, … one on one prophesies, deliverance, one on one touch, I learnt a lot from this man”.
“The same thing you’re seeing there, you are seeing them here. Is there any difference? The souls he had won is uncountable. Anybody that knows Christ, every household today knows the name TB Joshua. The will of God supersede the will of man, the book of Ecclesiates says ‘a time to born and a time to die, everyone has his own season”