People 'healed' of HIV-AIDS after visiting Nigerian Prophet TB Joshua

People 'healed' of HIV-AIDS after visiting Nigerian Prophet TB Joshua
Published: 06 March 2012 (32441 Views)


HUNDREDS of people from across Africa have said they were healed of HIV/AIDS after visiting Nigerian Prophet TB Joshua.

In testimonies beamed live on Emmanuel TV on Sunday, three of the many Christians showed the world their HIV tests which changed from positive to negative after being prayed for by Prophet TB Joshua.

TB Joshua said he only gave three people a chance to give HIV/AIDS healing because of time but "there were thousands with similar testimonies."

Some of those who were giving testimonies were healed 15 years ago, when TB Joshua was yet to come to limelight.

According to the Facebook TB Joshua Ministries post, Mr Emeka Ndu was tested and confirmed to be HIV AIDS positive 15 years ago. After he heard about The SCOAN, he came to The SCOAN and was prayed for by Prophet T.B. Joshua, in Jesus' name.

"Immediately after the prayer, all the symptoms of chronic headaches and stomach problems disappeared. After a few months, he went back to the same hospital and was tested and confirmed negative to HIV. After he received his negative result, he was able to get married and now he and his wife have children. To God's power nothing is impossible! Thank You, Jesus Christ!"

"Mr Batholomew was tested negative to HIV/AIDS Positive 1 after the prayer by the man of God, T.B Joshua 13 years ago."

"A woman from Zambia came for prayer at The SCOAN Prayer Line in February 2010 and received prayer from the man of God, in Jesus' name. She was tested and confirmed to be HIV/AIDS Positive 1 & 2. After receiving prayer, she was confirmed to be Negative on four different medical test results. To God be the glory!"


- onlinenigeria.com

Tags: HIV-AIDS, TB, Joshua,
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Anonymous user 23 November 2014
I love you prophet TB joshual
Anonymous user 19 November 2014
prophet man of God great work please visit Kenya my country

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