When the then Warrant Officer, Mbhalati Simon Kita from the South Africa came to The SCOAN to testify of a promotion at work, little did he know that it would open up doors for greater breakthrough. After giving his testimony, Prophet T.B. Joshua gave him a word which turned out to be a prophetic declaration: “Better is not good enough; the best is yet to come”. He afterwards received prayer from the prophet before returning back to South… Africa with the Morning Water. God was on the case. After a few months of ministering the Morning Water, he was ‘prophetically’ promoted from a Warrant Officer to the rank of Captain, leading 34 members including the P.A. As a leader in the South African Police, he is in charge of two groups that receive instructions from him as a Unit Commander. He brought along with him photos showing him wearing three stars on his uniform indicating his new position of captain.
He was encouraged by Prophet T.B. Joshua’s word of wisdom, “Great problems bring great promotion”. Some members of his group had a brush with the law and were facing severe punishment if found guilty. But Captain Mbhalati Simon Kita prayed with the Morning Water and assured the accused and their families that they would be acquitted. Low and behold, when the matter went to court and the men appeared before the judge, they were all acquitted to the surprise of everyone.