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TB Joshua’s death painful, Zambian Journalist laments

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A Zambian Journalist, Dean Mwaanga, has described the death of Pastor TB Joshua as painful.

“TB Joshua’s death is painful, but much as it is painful, God’s Will is sovereign,” he said.

Quoting the Holy Bible, the Zambian journalist said, “the righteous man perishes (at the hand of evil), and no one takes it to heart; faithful and devout men are taken away, while no one understands that the righteous person is taken away (to be spared) from disaster and evil. (Isaiah‬ ‭57:1-2‬‬‬).

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Recalling his trip to the Synagogue Church in 2014, Mwaanga said he stayed at the Synagogue for about a week and considered it a time well spent as it was spiritually enriching.

“I was inspired and attracted to his ministry by his works of assisting disadvantaged children and their parents by showing them the love of Jesus in practical ways. He demonstrated love.

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“He encouraged the younger generation to grow up in the fear of God, so as to build and extend God’s Kingdom.
“He was a true servant of God, may his soul rest in eternal peace.”

The Journalist, who is also a farmer in Zambia, said that attending the Church also gave him opportunity to see the beauty of Nigeria.

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“I found Nigeria beautiful. I hope to visit the country again,” he said.

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