OXFORD GRADUATE RECEIVES £10.000 SCHOLARSHIP FROM PROPHET T.B. JOSHUA


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Mr Hngshin Daramy-Williams, born in Sierra Leone but living in the UK, explained how he came from a humble family of six children. Growing up, life was a struggle because although the children in his family were all gifted in many ways, they did not have the financial means to support them. He was gifted intellectually and studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.

Despite his intellectual brilliance, the financial situation of his family forced him to depend on loans throughout his undergraduate

Prophet TB Joshua

Prophet TB Joshua

degree at Oxford. He passed his first year exams with distinction but in his third year, before his final exams, he suffered a massive mental breakdown. He experienced panic attacks and a lot of self doubt where he could not even look at past exam papers; all this including the financial strain took a large toll on his mental state. He had severe depression and suicidal thoughts.

During this time, his mother came to The SCOAN and received the Anointing Water which she ministered on him, believing that he would be restored. By the grace of God, he managed to complete his final exams. He thought he had failed but to his joy and amazement, he graduated with a 2:1 (Second class upper) in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University.

Now free from the depression and no longer suffering from suicidal thoughts, he applied and gained admission to the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom, to study MSC in Economics. He calculated everything and he would need to acquire 9440 pounds in order to complete his Masters degree at the University of Leeds. He explained that he did not want to apply for more loans as this had contributed to his mental breakdown and was here to appeal to God for help to continue his education and focus on his future.

Upon listening to his case, the man of God, Prophet T.B. Joshua gave him 10,000 pounds to complete his Masters in Economics from the University of Leeds. This is approximately US $16,000.

The man of God advised the congregation and viewers around the world saying, “The value of money is to change lives, change nations and to change the world. This is the reason why God blessed you. God blessed you to change the world and God blessed you to change nations,” said the Prophet.

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WARNING Beware of any imposters claiming to be Prophet T.B. Joshua or claiming to represent The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations, demanding for money in the name of either of the above in the promise of providing Anointing Water or other materials from the ministry. The Anointing Water is not for sale! Healing, salvation and all of God’s blessings are free gifts of God. Jesus Christ paid for our perfect and complete healing when He died on the cross. Watch and pray, lest you fall into temptation (Matt 26:40).

6 thoughts on “OXFORD GRADUATE RECEIVES £10.000 SCHOLARSHIP FROM PROPHET T.B. JOSHUA

  1. ERNEST CHUKS IYAGBOR FROM RIVERS STATE,NIGERIA

    GOD WILL CONTINUE TO BLESS OUR PROPHET. LET THOSE WHO ARE
    SPEAKING BLASPHEMOUS WORDS KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING. THEY
    SHOULD WATCH THEIR MOUTH.

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  2. martha Adama

    The purpose of the creation is to be able to serve other, l think that is just the reason why we have been created to serve God and other, if your money becomes only family affairs business then you have missed the whole thing.

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