Disciples Of Late Prophet TB Joshua feeds PWDs
Non Governmental Organisation, Disciples of Late Prophet TB Joshua, yesterday, has donated food items and cash to People Living With Disabilities (PWDs) in Lagos.
The group shared 250 Bags Of Rice and N1.5 Million at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, a gesture to continue the legacy of late Prophet TB Joshua, the founder of Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN).
Though Prophet TB Joshua had always reached out to PWDs, many of them had thought his death would cause an end to the philanthropic work until the disciples took it upon themselves to continue the legacy of the late Prophet whose spirit of giving has rubbed on them.
During the presentation, one of the disciples explained that the reason behind the gift sharing is to share with others the good things that have been received from God’s generous hands.
He quoted Prophet TB Joshua’s popular saying that the whole being of any Christian is built on faith and love while making it known that there is no love that doesn’t express itself in giving.
Prophet TB Joshua said, the whole being of any Christian is built on faith and love. Faith brings man to God and love brings him to him – Therefore, let love lead! Love must be uppermost in our hearts because all our doings without love are worthless. The man of God said, love everyone irrespective of their race, religion or physical dispositions. And there is no love that does not express itself in giving. We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.
‘’As we all know, this is a season of love, a time to share with others the good things we have received from God’s generous Hands, and with us here today are our friends, the Physically Challenged which includes those on the wheelchair, the visually impaired, the deaf, the dumb, the little people, the Albinos and other vulnerable people who have come from different places to converge here today, the 28th of December, 2021 in high expectation,” he said.
Benefitiary, Mr Biodun, expressed happiness on receiving his bag of rice and cash gift. He went down the memory lane by explaining how he has constantly received gifts from late prophet TB Joshua. He appreciated the disciples for continuing the legacy of the late prophet.
Also, Mr Lateef, A Physically challenged man who described prophet TB Joshua as father to the fatherless, expressed gratitude to the disciples for remembering the disabled just as the late prophet did during his lifetime.
Mrs Adebisi, noted that her joy knew no bounds when she heard the disciples of Prophet TB Joshua were planning something for the disabled. She explained that Prophet TB Joshua does it every year before he died and it’s worth celebrating that his disciples have taken up that responsibility.