Prophet TB Joshua hold Sunday service in respect and honour of The Late President John Evans Atta Mills
Message Title: The Highway to Heaven
By: Jeff Gill - Sunday, Jul 29, 2012 - 10:34:32 PM
Late President of Ghana, Professor John Evans Atta Mills
LAGOS, Nigeria -- Today at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet TB Joshua spoke with what appeared a heavy heart celebrate the wonderful life of the late President of Ghana, and gave thanks to God for a life well spent.
Dressed in black apparel the prophet seemed to be mourning for the late President of Ghana, but declared he was celebrating and gave insights into they relationship.
The quoted from the Book of Romans of the Bible Chapter 10, but specifically verse 13, which states, "For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved."
"That is the greatest thing you can decide for a friend, the salvation of soul, which is the greatest", stated the prophet.
President of Ghana, Professor John Evans Atta Mills was a man who had accepted the Lord Jesus Christ and was a well known Christian who openly confessed his faith in God. This message was therefore apt for under the current circumstances.
TB Joshua said he got to know Atta Mills after a crusade he had in Ghana, at which time he was invited to meet him in his office where they prayed. He said a revelation came to him and he told the now late President he would be president one day.
The state funeral for late President Prof John Evans Atta Mills, will take place in Accra from Wednesday, 8th August to Friday, 10th August 2012.
The prophet also had a word for the country of Ghana in stating that because of the foundation put in place by the "father", President Atta Mills there will be unity among political class will happen in Ghana. The prophet said they will not be able to explain why this unity. "That is what the father fought for and won", he further stated.
The prophet described him as a good man who was modest in his leadership, but said Africa is not mature enough for this type of leadership.