T.B Joshua is no stranger to controversy, and aside that he’s no stranger to behaviour that should not be exhibited by a Man of God. Still, he’s one of the most popular and well respected preachers in the world.
I look at him, and I honestly do not see the appeal, but to each his own. Because religion runs on faith, in that realm the rules are entirely different. Put on the cloak of Man of God, and you’re pretty much immune to criticism from your flock.
For a preacher who has threatened his detractors with death in the past, this isn’t much of a shock. Apparently some reports in Zimbabwe say that Joshua predicted the doom of some prophets there.
The reports haven’t gone down well with T.B Joshua; despite him having built a career on predicting disasters. He claims he would never give such prophecies because ‘our God is not the God of confusion’. He also places curses on whichever Zimbabweans have gotten the nerve to be spreading those ‘unpleasant’ rumours.
The post with these gems was placed on the Facebook page of his church….
Good morning, people of Zimbabwe. Our attention has been drawn to false rumours spread by the father of lies which are currently being circulated around Zimbabwe. The reward of liars is destruction.
We hereby curse, in the name of Jesus, whoever is spreading these rumours. Prophet T.B. Joshua can NEVER and he will NEVER give such a message because our God is not the God of confusion. We should be very careful not to touch an anointed man of God and lie against him.
The Bible says in John 8:44 that satan is ‘the father of lies’. Don’t listen to the father of lies, the sons of lies and the daughters of lies. Do not sit somewhere, hear this or that and come to a hasty conclusion. God requires that we find out the truth from Him first and hold fast to that which is true, as the Bible says in 1 Thessalonians 5:21.
God bless Zimbabwe.