Nigerian pastor, TB Joshua is spotted on an undisclosed mountain praying against the novel coronavirus.
TB Joshua is seen presenting the nation to God, praying loud to him to ease the country from the deadly disease, coronavirus.
He took the spiritual way to fight the coronavirus pandemic and prays for its end.
“In the name of Jesus, we present the nations, the world at large to You, Lord. Forgive them their iniquities. Forgive them their wrongs. Forgive them their sins,” Joshua prays with his face pressed against the rocks in supplication.
“Jesus, by the authority of the Scripture, help the world at large! Cure them of fear, Lord Jesus,” he continued.
The cleric then made a bold statement of prayer concerning the end of coronavirus, the deadly pandemic that has practically brought the world to a standstill.
“COVID-19, this is your end! Lord Jesus, You have done it before; do it again,” he declared, further praying for “sin’s power” and “every influence of COVID-19 all over the world” to “be broken”.
Joshua went further to pray for world leaders.
“Give our leaders wisdom and understanding to guide their nations,” he appealed, insisting they needed Divine help in this “critical time”.
The prominent cleric then turned his attention towards fellow “ministers of the Gospel”, decrying the division that has infiltrated the “house of God” and asking God to bring “fresh anointing” for unity.
“Without anointing, no one can do Your work. Without anointing, our challenges will overwhelm us,” he bluntly stated, asking God to “refill” and “remould” ministers of God.
Joshua, who is well-known for the “miracles” he regularly broadcasts on Emmanuel TV, also prayed for healing for those “on the sickbed”.
“Whatever sickness in your body, fluids, organs, whatever name they call it – COVID-19, whatever affliction – receive your healing, in the name of Jesus,” he declared.
Joshua then prayed for healthcare workers who have been in the heart of the battle against coronavirus, asking God to “use them to restore the health of sick ones”.
“Let them sense the presence of God… Lord Jesus, guide the surgeons’ hands,” he prayed.
The cleric, who was barefoot throughout the clip and simply clad in a long garment, showed where he slept outdoors for the duration of his stay at the “prayer mountain”.
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