Excitement as SCOAN resumes first Living Water Service after TB Joshua’s passage
Excitment greeted the resumption, last weekend, of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) first Living Water Service after the passage of the church’s founder, Prophet TB Joshua.
Capturing the thrill, Dare Adejumo, a journalist and public affairs analyst, writes: “That very Living Water Service, as used to be done by the Great Prophet of God himself, was carried out at Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Ikotun-Egbe last weekend for the first time since his passing.”
He described it as “a solemn and sober moment of worshippers’ inner readiness to encounter God as they went to the Mountain inside the church to pray and fetch the symbolic living water in a small disposable cup not more than two tablespoons in volume.”
“The SCOAN leader, Pastor Evelyn Joshua, who declared the Living Water Service open, ushered in the enthusiastic, highly expectant pilgrims who filled the church and its overflows to the brim.”
She said: “Christianity is in the heart. Let your heart be in tune with God. God is ever faithful. His promises are sure.”
“He would never forsake His own
“For you to have come from all over for an encounter with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in this Living Water Service as given and commanded to His servant, Prophet TB Joshua, today, His grace, mercy and favour would speak for you,” she further said.
Adejumo added: “Last weekend would remain memorable in the annals of SCOAN history with the upsurge of miracles, deliverances from all bondages of darkness and healings.”