…as he turns 57 years
By: Okosun Dennis
As the Senior Prophet Temitope Joshua of Synagogue Church of All Nations marks his birthday today, he admonished Christians all over the world to love one another and remember the less privileged in the society.
Joshua who turns 57 years today said birthday are not just for merry making but a time to reflect on the memories of yesterday, the joys of today and the dreams of tomorrow.
In his message on the occasion, Prophet Joshua explained further on the concept of love noting that many waters cannot quench love, therefore, Love that has feet to move to the needy, to move to the sick ones, to move to the hungry ones as well as has hands to help others without expectation.
He noted that love should have “eyes to see misery and want; ears to hear the sighs and sorrows of men,’ he reiterated.
Adumberating that it is the hands of God that has kept him alive to see today, the cleric who counted himself lucky to see his 57th birthday averred that many “T.B. Joshuas are orphans, Let us father them;
many are homeless, Let us shelter them;
many are sick, Let us care for them and many T.B.Joshuas are lonely, Let us be their companion,” he noted.
Joshua observed that in our daily intercourse, Christians should let the feelings of others matter to us. “Will these children not go to school? How can these people be lonely and homeless?’ There are many sick ones, hungry people, widows and orphans in our communities. Let us care for them, he concluded.
While quoting from the book of Matthew 25:40 as a his word of exhortation, the man of God added that “And the king will tell them, ‘I assure you, when you did it to one of the least of these my brothers and sisters, you were doing it to me!”