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Prophetess Anne: A Faithful Disciple’s Response to the BBC Controversy

Sources: Watched TB Joshua

In the midst of the recent controversy sparked by a contentious fabricated and stage-managed BBC documentary on the late Prophet TB Joshua, Prophetess Anne, a devoted disciple and seasoned prophetess, breaks her silence to share insights and perspectives on the falsehood against her mentor. Her words not only defend Prophet TB Joshua against the accusations but also shed light on the challenges faced by true ministers of God.

Prophetess Anne begins by expressing her deep respect and admiration for Prophet TB Joshua, highlighting his profound influence on her life during over two decades of training. She acknowledges his demonstration of Christ’s love, care for people, and commitment to family. Together with Mama Evelyn Joshua, they provided teachings and care without seeking financial gain, creating an environment of spiritual growth and learning.

Addressing those who have chosen to voice grievances on platforms like the BBC, Prophetess Anne does not mince words, branding them as wicked and callous individuals who are now choosing the path of unrighteousness. She points out that these very individuals traveled the world with Prophet TB Joshua, organizing events and representing the ministry, only to voice complaints now.

Prophetess Anne extends her encouragement to those facing challenges in their faith, urging them to keep their focus on Jesus, the way, the truth, and the life. Drawing from John 16:33, she reminds believers that troubles are inevitable but emphasizes the importance of not letting one’s faith fail.

The prophetess calls for a spirit of gratitude, urging those who have benefited from Prophet TB Joshua’s ministry to come forward and share their positive testimonies. Despite the current controversies, she issues a warning against destructive elements seeking to tarnish the Church of God.

Prophetess Anne advises believers to be vigilant against confusion-causing elements and stresses the critical importance of standing on the Lord’s side. She challenges those who are complaining to examine their motives and encourages the sharing of uplifting stories.

In conclusion, Prophetess Anne cites Acts 5:38, warning those who oppose God’s work that if it’s not of God, it will fail. She calls for discernment, urging believers to scrutinize everything in the light of God’s word.

For those seeking a deeper understanding of the unfolding events and Prophetess Anne’s perspective, the full message can be viewed

May the truth prevail, and may God’s guidance be with those earnestly seeking it.

Stella Wood
Stella Wood
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