Entrapped by abject poverty, Mrs. Hleziphi Doreen Goge, a South African native, survived each day by engaging in petty trading. She sold sweets along the streets. Coming from a poverty-stricken family, her household never knew a TV or experienced what constitutes luxury. By a stroke of luck, a neighbour told her about Prophet T. B. Joshua and the life-transforming testimonies that scroll across the Emmanuel TV screen. She sought her neighbour’s support to allow her to drop by to catch a glimpse of Emmanuel TV each day she was on her way to vend. This became a part of her daily routine.
Encouraged by this transformation, she returned to the classroom and went on to graduate successfully. Her breakthrough continued and money came her way in abundance. She built her new house without falling on any bank loans.Following in her the steps of her mentor, Prophet T. B. Joshua, Mrs Goge is now blessing the have-nots through charity activities. People of all races are benefitting from her giving-back to society as she has learned from Prophet T. B. Joshua’s message that love is a language that transcends all barriers.
Advising people all over the world, Mrs. Doreen Goge said whatever problem or situation you are in, don’t cry to man, cry to God. The more you give, the more you receive and watch Emmanuel TV.
Her testimony reflects the address to all Africans, given by Prophet T. B. Joshua’s message that “no African country can succeed alone; Africans need each other to develop.”