Finally: CAN Writes TB Joshua’s Wife; Expresses Grief

Finally: CAN Writes TB Joshua’s Wife; Expresses Grief 2
Pastor (Mrs) Evelyn Joshua.

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has written T.B Joshua’s wife, Pastor (Mrs) Evelyn Joshua, expressing grief over the demise of his darling husband, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua who was the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN).

Late Pastor T.B Joshua died on Saturday after an Evening Church Service, aged 57.

The Association in a letter signed by its President, His Eminence Rev. Dr Samson Olasupo Ayokunle, described the passing of late T.B Joshua as shock and sorrow.

“We are particularly sad because the deceased showed no trace of illness prior to his demise after an Evening Church Service on Saturday 5th June, 2021. We commiserate with you, the children and entire members of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) on this irreparable loss,” the statement read.

“Prophet T.B Joshua was one of the foremost Nigerian charismatic pastor, televangelist, and philanthropist who devoted his entire lifetime to the propagation of the gospel and ministering to the needs of the downtrodden. He was renowned for his philosophical simplicity and humility. His death is not only a loss to the family and the church, but to Nigeria and the world at large.

“There are indeed no exact words of comfort at a moment like this, but we humbly enjoin you to take solace in the Will of the Almighty God, who works in us both to do and work according to his good purpose (Philippians 2:13). We know that Our Lord Jesus Christ in whom there is all sufficiency, and whom you have been serving wholeheartedly will make all grace abound unto you at this trying moment (2 Corinthians 9:8).

“On behalf of all members of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), we commiserate with you, and the entire family on this loss. It is our prayer that the Almighty God grant Prophet T.B Joshua an eternal rest in his creator, and may God’s perpetual light continue to shine on his path (Amen).

Once again, please accept our heartfelt condolence.”

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