The general overseer of Champions Royal Assembly Abuja, Prophet Joshua Iginla, has disclosed what the late televangelist, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua commonly called TB Joshua told him about his death after his prophecy.
In a statement, Iginla recalled that thrice he had “a vision in 2015, 2016 and 2018 that a great man of God is quitting the scene, it was TB Joshua.
Prophet Iginla recalled that TB Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, said he was not afraid of death and was ready for it anytime.
The prophet added that when the vision was communicated to him, TB Joshua said: “Thank You, my brother. If it’s his wish to keep me, he will keep me.”
“There is nothing I am afraid of anymore. I think I have done the work the Lord sent me. I will always take a bow to the sovereignty of God.” The statement made by TB Joshua while he was alive.
He referred to the deceased as a man of humility, ambassador of love to the less privileged, and a blessing to the body of Christ.
However In his recent statement posted on his official Facebook page on Sunday evening, Prophet Joshua Iginla said TB Joshua has embarked on a journey to heaven and is being welcomed by the angels.
Iginla also said the late prophet had fulfilled his divine assignment on earth adding that TB Joshua lived for the less privileged persons who depended on him for their needs.
“You took a bow to the sovereignty of God. After you lived your life selflessly serving in the kingdom of God, you lived for the poor, homeless, widows, orphans and the afflicted. You stood for the Prophetic, defended and supported the course until the end. I will surely miss our long private kingdom discussion’’ The Prophet said.
“I celebrate you and please, My heartfelt sympathy goes to the entire SCOAN FAMILY as a whole. As my brother, Prophet T.B JOSHUA takes his personal race to the finish line, A gentle walk to Heaven’s gate, with the soft voices of angels welcoming him home” prophet Iginla further added.
Recall that prophet TB Joshua, the televangelist died on Saturday evening in Lagos not long after a church service at the SCOAN headquarters.