Prophet T.B Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) has said believing God as a Christian is what makes the heart to be at rest.
Concise News understands that Prophet T.B Joshua said this on Sunday while addressing his congregation during a church service.
According to him, people become uneasy due to a lack of faith, adding that when an individual believes God for whatever he is asking for, he becomes calm.
He added that a prayer of faith should be followed by a total trust in God to do what has been asked.
“The belief in your heart is released by faith. This means the Spirit makes us know that believing is possessing. The instance you believe, it’s yours,” he said.
“The moment you believe, your heart is at rest. When a person believes, he will no longer worry. When your heart is uneasy, this means you have not yet believed.
“Prayer of faith should be followed by an absolute trust in God that He is working out the answer: ‘Yes, He has done it!’”
The belief in your heart is released by faith. This means the Spirit makes us to know that believing is possessing. The instance you believe, it’s yours. pic.twitter.com/4huZVpoaIE
— TB Joshua (@SCOANTBJoshua) November 3, 2019
Sowore Rejects Clergyman
Political activist Omoyele Sowore has turned down an offer by Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries to stand as his surety.
Concise News understands that the federal government detained Sowore who is the Publisher of Sahara Reporters on account of his botched #RevolutionNow protest.
Sowore was arrested by the Department of State Services on August 2, 2019, for allegedly plotting to overthrow the President Muhammadu Buhari government.
He has been given bail conditions but has been unable to meet them leading Apostle Suleman considering to stand as his surety.
“I’m really worried that nobody is ready to stand surety for Sowore,” Suleman had tweeted. “Yes, he has hurt a lot of people, me [sic] inclusive. But do we focus on that and let him rot where he is, even if he caused it? In a situation like this, what will Christ do? I’m ‘considering’ standing bail for him…”