Prophet T.B Joshua, the founder of the Synagogue Church of All
Nations (SCOAN), has expresses shock over the death of the Ghanaian
president, Prof. John Atta Mills, whom he referred to as his spiritual
godson. Mills died on Monday after a protracted battle with throat cancer. He
has since been succeeded by former vice president, John Dramani Mahama,
who was sworn in hours after Mills’ death was announced.
Prophet T.B Joshua said he would have intensified prayers for the
late president if he had gotten any spiritual revelation concerning the
unfortunate incident……Hmmmm Ok o. Continue.
Joshua who mustered spiritual intervention for the late president’s
election victory in 2008 after two unsuccessful attempts, revealed that
Mills had been in his church thrice this year for special prayers
concerning his ill-health.
During a thanksgiving service at the SCOAN to celebrate Mills’
election victory, the late president had acknowledged T.B Joshua’s
prediction that the election would drag on to the third round of contest
when he would eventually be declared winner, a prophesy which came to
how come my fervent prayers did not save his life. All I can answer such
persons is, why did GOD allow Stephen in the New Testament Bible to be
stoned to death? Why did God not save the life of Stephen, an innocent
man, as he was being stoned, dying?
God allows things to happen for unknown reasons, and indeed reasons no
man can explain, that is why God is Almighty Sovereign God; who indeed
can question Him, who can challenge God?
in the glorious city of Heaven, then, can we have answers to all our
questions. For now, he can only get a 99 percent answer but never a 100
per cent answer.”
Prophet Joshua described late Atta Mills as a humble and dedicated
leader who had many great plans for taking Ghana’s economy to greater
According to the Leadership Newspapers, other members of the
church expressed sadness at Mills’ death, a member reportedly said,
“All of us are sad over his death. But what can we do? God knows best,
and I know God will comfort each and every one of us, especially his
immediate family there in Ghana.”