SCOAN 12-03-2017 Sermon: Get ready to change By Evangelist Morenike Emmanuel TV


Get ready to change as you listen to Evangelist Morenike’s life-changing message right now titled: BE READY TO CHANGE.
There is nothing God has created that He cannot change. The Gospel of God’s grace challenges and changes everything because to His power nothing is impossible. His works of wonders are of grace and they command our faith

Top Botswana Radio, TV Presenter Broadcasts Morning Water Miracle!!!


FAMOUS, talented, a hard worker, dedicated…These were just a tip of the adjectives fit for a description of Miss Miso Mmereki. Twelve years as a bubbly television and radio presenter in Botswana had shot her into the limelight. Her face illuminated the pages of magazines and newspapers. She seemed a model of a successful woman. Nothing, however, could have been further from the truth.

Miso was all glitter and no fortune. Behind her facade of stardom, was a hollow reality and a “spirit of stagnation”. She was miserable. Although she didn’t drink, smoke or go to clubs, “a lifestyle that could drain a person’s money,” she wasn’t being paid what she deserved either. Bogged down by debts, she writhed in humiliation, as sheriffs chased her all over the town. Mmereki tipped dangerously over a precipice.

But “if God wants you to come to Him, He can do anything and use anything,” she said. “He wanted me to come to Him. At some point, He realised I was too busy to pay any attention to His way, as long as I lived my TV and radio life. Then He said, ‘Ok, I will take away all these things that are keeping you preoccupied, so that you can know Me’.” Mmereki was slipping into a critical phase; a storm that would shape her life in the years to come.

In 2010, after she “resigned due to some misunderstandings” with her boss, “life started to go down” on her. Two weeks after she quit, she realised she was pregnant with her daughter, Candle. “Friends I ran up and down with when I was still on TV and radio and living the celebrity life, deserted me. I had no job and no money. I stayed at home. It was painful. Debt collectors knocked on my door one after the other. My goods and furniture were repossessed. My name was all over the papers because I owed money.”

Idle, “reeling with pain, frustration, shame and humiliation,” Miso began to nurse thoughts about fleeing Botswana. “I wanted to relocate abroad. I was done with the suffering in my country. I longed to try life elsewhere,” she said. But something else had also begun to happen.

The void in Mmereki’s heart had become unbearable; she thirsted for spiritual refreshing. Searching for gospel channels, she came across Emmanuel TV. She had heard about Prophet T.B. Joshua “but never paid any attention. That day, I watched the channel. Then I watched more of it, and more. I found I couldn’t stop. I fell in love with everything about the Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) and Emmanuel TV. I also fell in love with the Prophet, the Evangelists, the choir, everything. Above all, I fell in love with Jesus Christ! I was amazed at the change that came upon me. My faith began to grow like veld fires.” Praying and worshiping with the Man of God, Mmereki hoped for an opportunity to visit the Church. Sadly, an airfare was way beyond what she could afford.

THE year 2012 knocked with great promise. But no sooner had Miss Mmereki opened the door than disappointment jostled her with a heart-rending embrace. She met a British man on Facebook. Simply friends at first, a relationship eventually bloomed. Soon, the former TV and radio presenter was discussing “marriage and family” with him.

“He invited me to the U.K. with my daughter. When I arrived, things went fine for the first two weeks. Then everything changed. The relationship failed. We argued almost every day. Sometimes, the disagreement became so bad, we stopped speaking to each other. I was hurt and frustrated, and in pain every day. At other times, I asked God, ‘Why did You bring me here when You knew this would happen?’”

While she worried about finding money to return to faraway Botswana, Mmereki made a shocking discovery. “I realised I was pregnant with my little boy, Lium.” With anticipations dashed, self-condemnation tossed her mind like a boat stranded at sea.

“I kept crying to God, telling Him my life was a mess. I kept telling Him that I didn’t want to go back to Botswana. How would I care for my kids? I didn’t have a job. ‘Mess’ was the most appropriate word for my situation. I called the pregnancy a mess. Often, I would say to God, ‘Daddy, my life is a mess. I have messed up. Help me!’ In the midst of all these, He kept saying, ‘You will go back to Botswana’, but I resisted, saying, ‘Please, don’t take me back’. But every night, I dreamt I was back in my country. I knew God was speaking to me.”

ONE day, Mmereki, picked the TV remote from off the sofa and turned up the volume. She always did whenever noise in the neighbourhood threatened to drown out sound from her favourite channel. She had tuned in just in time for the mass prayer. Prophet T.B. Joshua turned to the camera. “Viewers all over the world,” he began. “Wherever you are, listening to me. Whatever you are going through. Whatever your situation. I don’t care what your situation or your circumstance is. I DON’T CARE ABOUT YOUR MESS. YOUR MESS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY!”

Mmereki’s mind screeched to a halt. She thought: “MESS!? My God! That word!? I am acquainted with it! I know it so well! That was the same word I used when I prayed about my condition! The exact word! And now, the Man of God has repeated it! There MUST be something in this!”

Baby Candle in her arms and five months pregnant, Botswana beckoned and Mmereki answered. But “back in my country, things didn’t change,” she said. “I still had no job and no money. I started to receive court letters from the people and companies I owed.” Nevertheless, she continued to watch Emmanuel TV, praying with the Prophet and touching the screen as a point of contact; believing that distance is not a barrier to receiving a Divine blessing.

“My faith was growing. I sat down with God and told Him that I would not go anywhere until I heard from Him. I wanted to know what He had to say about my desire to relocate. I told Him I wanted to go back to the U.K. but wouldn’t, until He spoke to me. I told him there is only one place where He could speak to me and I would hear Him clearly. That was at the SCOAN.”

SATURDAY, May 18, 2013. The huge tent hosted thousands. They sat attentively, eyes glued to several television screens scattered across the space. Although Mmereki found a chair, her thoughts wouldn’t sit still. They raced between watching the huge black telly and a deep yearning to enter the main auditorium.

She stood up. Meandering past rows of chairs, she walked away from the tent and stopped before an usher. It was the third time she was repeating the action. The previous instance, she had come close to tears, as she pleaded with the official, who couldn’t grant her wish because the church was already full of teeming worshippers. She had begun to despair when, “one young man, one of the ushers, from nowhere, came over and asked me to follow him. I could not believe my ears. Was I dreaming? I followed him, and he led me into The SCOAN auditorium. I was overjoyed.” Miss Miso Mmereki’s was about to see directly the Prophet she had always loved to watch on TV.

“I said to God, “Daddy, I watch Emmanuel TV back at home. Why should I come all the way from Botswana to Nigeria and still have to watch the Man of God on a screen? I was not satisfied. I told Him that I wanted to go into the main auditorium. I had faith that, once inside, my troubles would be over. And when eventually I stepped in, I knew my life would never be the same again. I didn’t really care if the Prophet never touched me. All I wanted was set my eyes on him, and I would be delivered.”

Before embarking on the journey, Mmereki ensured she packed two most important things. In her bag were three passports: hers, her daughter’s and son’s. The second item was tucked away in her heart: an unshakable faith that God would move the Prophet to answer her question, “whether I should go back to the U.K. with my two kids or stay in my country.”

“Good morning, church,” said Prophet T.B. Joshua, as he walked to the altar. “Good morning, Man of God!” she shouted excitedly, her voice soaring above dozens. The Prophet “started to talk to the church about the Morning Water and how it has been anointed by God to minister deliverance to people.” Mmereki soaked up every word.

As the service came to an end, the Man of God asked the congregation to stand up for prayer. To her “greatest surprise”, he looked across the congregation and said: “If you are travelling to another country…If you have been in that country before and you were returned…If you believe that the country you live in is not yours…If you believe that the house you live in, the job, the business, your relationship, your future, your destiny…If you believe they are in another country, don’t worry. Go! You will get your papers!”

It was all she needed to hear. “That was it! At that moment, I knew God had spoken to me. I knew it was finished! I was ready to return to the hotel, pick my bags and go home.” On Sunday, she received the Morning Water. The following day, she was aboard a plane, bound for Botswana.

Emboldened by what she had heard the Prophet say, Mmereki, two weeks later, bought a one-way ticket. She had no invitation letter. She had no money; just a mere £60. And she had no plan for her accommodation either. She simply picked her bags and carried two-year-old Candle and eight-month-old Lium and left for Britain!

“I have watched my Prophet long enough to believe that when he speaks, it’s done! It’s over!” Mmereki said, explaining her remarkable courage. “Who, in his right mind, gets on a plane with two children and flies across the world to the United Kingdom with a one-way ticket, no money – nothing! But I held on to the Prophet’s words. I knew it wasn’t him; it was God!”

When Mmereki arrived at London’s Heathrow Airport, she reached for the Morning Water she received at the SCOAN. “Weapon of Mass Destruction!” she called it. The mother ministered the same on the children, the passports and on herself. She felt nervous, as she joined the queue at the terminal. Her heart beat faster. She reassured herself, however, saying, “Jesus is with me. I am not alone.”

Soon, it was her turn to be checked. An officer fired a salvo of questions. “Why do you have a one-way ticket? How much money have you? Do you know anyone in the U.K.? Why…Why…Why?” Mmereki had no satisfactory answers. But she spoke all the same. “I knew I wasn’t the one answering,” she said.

The officer wrote on a piece of paper, which he handed to her. She looked at it. One word – DETAINED – stood out unmistakably. It required no interpretation. At once, a child’s voice cried, “Mummy, I want to use the toilet.” Mmereki believed it was her “God springing into action.” She took the girl to the restroom. Once again, she pulled out “the weapon” and prayed: “O God of Prophet T.B. Joshua! Here am I, my Lord. I heard You in the SCOAN. You sent me here. You said I could come here. Manifest yourself, right now! Show your power, Lord!”

Prayer finished, Mmereki sprayed the Morning Water in her mouth, face and underarm and did the same to the children. “Whenever I recall this, tears rush into my eyes,” she said. “I realised how powerful God is, and how much he has anointed my Prophet, T.B. Joshua. It was then I recognised the awesome power in the Morning Water!”

As she left the lavatory, “the gentleman who was helping me at the desk came out and looked around. As he saw me, he shouted, O madam! Where have you been? I have been looking for you! Bring your passports. And PHAA! PHAA! PHAA! (simulating the officer’s action), he stamped our passports and said, ‘WELCOME TO BRITAIN!’”

AT the U.K., Mmereki put up with a friend from her country “who was sent” to her by God. Processing the application for her residency permit wasn’t easy. But she remained calm, “knowing what God said.” The Home Office wanted proof that Lium is a British citizen. She also needed to do some DNA tests but didn’t have money.

“Now, remember that word, ‘M-E-S-S’. Remember what God said when I was in the U.K. the first time, miserable and frustrated. He said, ‘YOUR MESS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY!’ The mess He spoke about through the Prophet was the pregnancy of my son! It was through the boy, who is British, that I became eligible for citizenship with my daughter, Candle!

“God provided the money, £600, for the DNA. I then applied for Lium’s passport. Once again, He provided the means for this. While the process was ongoing, the British government put me in a three-bedroom apartment and paid my bills, and also gave money to me every week!”

And so, finally, in March 2016, Miss Miso Mmereki and her daughter, Candle, received their residency permits, according to the word of the Man of God, saying, “YOU WILL GET YOUR PAPERS!”

Hater Of Emmanuel TV Soars From Defeat, Depression To DIRECTOR!


Joel Ambebila didn’t like Prophet T.B. Joshua. And he made sure he took out this disapproval on his friend, a lover of Emmanuel TV. Whenever he walks in and finds his visitor’s eyes glued to the screen, he immediately compels the guest to change the channel. Besides, the thirty-five-year-old Cameroonian always spoke evil of the Man of God because of things he had heard people say.

One night, however, Joel had “a vision” that left him trembling and sweating profusely. “A voice came out of a shining light in the sky. It said, ‘My son, be careful what you say when people talk about T.B. Joshua, because he is my chosen’.” From that day, he took “interest” in watching the Christian TV station and praying with the Prophet.

Now, 2012 was one year Joel is not likely to forget in a hurry. It was filled with problems that climaxed in a crumbling of his marriage. He was bogged down with debts, as his business ran into troubled waters. He had started a small taxi operation. And while one vehicle got wrecked in a “serious accident”, the driver of another used the car for a robbery. “When the locals pursued, he ran away and abandoned the cab. The angry residents had almost burned the car but for the intervention of some soldiers on a patrol. A court case ensued. With God’s help, however, it was later withdrawn.”

At this crossroads, the former Emmanuel TV-hater-turned-admirer, one day, dreamed. “Prophet T.B. Joshua came to my village for a crusade. After the programme, he walked up to me and asked for my passport and curriculum vitae. He prayed over them. He also took my telephone number, and said he wanted to be my friend.”

Joel kept the dream in his heart. Believing a blessing was on its way, he watched keenly for a fulfillment. About a year later, he found a job with a non-governmental organisation in Cameroon. Full of anticipation, he thought: “This is the work the Man of God prayed for me about.” Was it?

“After working for this organisation for a year and six months, I was appointed on a special assignment to Maroua in Cameroon. This was to begin humanitarian assistance to refugees fleeing to Cameroon from Boko Haram attacks (in Nigeria). In six months, I was able to mobilise about $3.5 million from funding agencies.”

But “surprisingly, after six months, my contract with the organisation was discontinued, despite having performed excellently. I wrote to the Human Resource department asking for a feedback on non-renewal of my contract. They did not respond.”

Joel became depressed. Thoughts ran confusedly through his mind. “I felt this job was it,” he said. “I didn’t know that God was preparing me for another level; I didn’t know He was getting me ready for a fulfillment of the prayer by Prophet T.B. Joshua.”

The heartbreaking month had barely passed when Joel received another job offer as a humanitarian at the Democratic Republic of Congo. This meant he would travel with the use of a passport. Again, he remembered the dream: “Prophet T.B. Joshua walked up to me and asked for my passport and curriculum vitae and prayed over them.”

Then came July 17 when “Prophet T.B. Joshua gave a prayer point, saying we should ask for the spirit of leadership, so that we could be exemplary in our careers, finances and businesses.”

Joel Ambebila keyed into the prayer. Not only that, it became the subject of his supplication every morning. Ten days later on July 27, the miracle happened. In “confirmation of the prayer by the Man of God about being leaders in our careers,” he received a mail announcing he had been appointed DIRECTOR of his department!

THE POWER OF PROPHECY ENDS 35 YEARS OF BEDWETTING


 

For 35 embarrassing years, Mrs Elizabeth Gideon had to bear a life of bedwetting that evaded those around her through secondary boarding school to marriage. At home, she would cleverly place her little child in the pool she created each night she would bedwet. Her husband confirmed he never suspected his wife of bedwetting and covering up in such manner. The situation was so bad she refrained from drinking water past the hour of 6PM, for fear it would stimulate urination. She prayed and fasted for as much her efforts could get her, but solution was never within reach. Last Sunday, while at The SCOAN church service, the Holy Spirit of God singled out Mrs Elizabeth Gideon from the large number of congregation. When Prophet T. B. Joshua categorically gave the prophecy about a woman bedwetter, Mrs. Elizabeth Gideon battled coyness to come out to confirm the prophecy. Her husband was at his brother’s with their child, watching The SCOAN live broadcast at that hour. However, when the power in the prophetic message exposed the spirit of bedwetting in her, Mrs. Elizabeth Gideon came forward and was delivered by the Holy Spirit through Prophet T. B. Joshua.

Coming forward to share their testimony today, Mrs Elizabeth Gideon and her husband thanked God for taking away the shame from their married life.

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HAND OF GOD ENDS 20 YEARS OF HERNIATED DISC PAIN


Mrs Martha Pintos from Argentina stood with her husband, Pastor Pintos in The SCOAN to thank God for wiping away her tears of pain. The native of Bolivia living in Argentina recounted how the debilitating sickness started twenty years ago when an unfortunate fall lead to excruciating back pain and a later diagnosis from the doctor of herniated disc. The doctor recommended physiotherapy and put her on three courses a year each consisting of ten sessions as well as a constant flood of anti-inflammatory drugs. To the dismay of the couple, the pain worsened. When doing her daily tasks became a challenge, Mrs Martha resorted to the aid of a lumbar corset provided by the doctor but it was not a permanent solution. When the option of an operation was breeched by her doctor, fear made her say no as the medical specialist could not guarantee a successful outcome and even stated the possibility of her ending up on a wheelchair.

As pastors in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the sickness was a challenge to their faith and they continued to pray together believing that one day, God would heal her. One day, as Mrs Martha was browsing the internet, she came across the videos of Prophet T.B. Joshua and despite the language difference, she fell under the anointing of the Holy Spirit and from that moment on started watching Emmanuel TV. Asking her children to translate the words of the prophet, she firmly believed that The SCOAN was where her destined healing would take place.

By the grace of God, her dream became a reality as in February 2017, the family journeyed together to The SCOAN where she received her healing. She explained how the power of God fell on her like wind and fire on her back as the prophet stretched his hand towards her.

One week after the healing encounter, Mrs Martha twisted, turned, ran and threw away her lumbar corset, full of joy to God – who had wiped away her tears of pain.

She advised all to never stop believing in God and to watch Emmanuel TV as the Gospel of Jesus Christ can pass all barriers in our lives.

COMPLETE RESTORATION OF BURNT BODY


A kind gesture to offer a helping hand regarding a gas system change went eerily wrong, quickly engulfing Mr. Mbangsi Emile Suzeh in flames. He was burnt to such a severe degree that his burnt body reduced him to a decomposing being. The stench that accompanied his every move made the hospitals to reject admitting him. He was eventually placed on admission at one clinic, where he recalled his face started to rot by the day.

Mr. Mbangsi Emile Suzeh received the Morning Water and one day after ministering the Morning Water, his face began to show signs of rapid healing. The restoration of his severely burnt body skin occurred by the second, and today Mr. Mbangsi Emile Suzeh looks as if he’d never experienced any fire burns at all, to the glory of God.