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T.B Joshua Says Fake Prophets Cause Poverty In A Country

Prophet TB Joshua, founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, , has bemoaned the rise in fake pastors and prophets in Malawi.

Prophet Joshua gave this message through Malawi’s Apostle Linette Matope, during discussions at the SCOAN in Nigeria.

According to Malawi24 News, Joshua told Matope that despite the fact that Malawi was a God fearing country, it had a lot of fake prophets.

He said it was contributing to the poverty in that country.

The message reads: “Joshua says Malawi is really a God fearing country but there are more prophets and pastors who are after money and not to serve which is disappointing.

“The man of God has urged people in the country to refrain from false prophets and pastors,” Matope was quoted as saying.

5 Comments on T.B Joshua Says Fake Prophets Cause Poverty In A Country

  1. Well said

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  2. That is exactly the case with Nigeria and has resulted in recession. To many fake prophets and pastors and churches in Nigeria.

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  3. The situation is even worse here in Nigeria, the fake prophets and pastors are so many here that one can count the seemingly genuine ones on ones fingers only!

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  4. Adeyemi Biodun Oyedepo // January 11, 2017 at 9:45 pm // Reply

    To every fake item there is the original. I embrace and partake from the anointing of the original prophets.

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  5. Just like T B Joshua falsely claimed he saw a vision that Hilary Clinton would win the last US election
    He should first remove the peg in his own eyes

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