- As Americans cast their ballots in the US presidential election, Prophet TB Joshua has given his predictions on the outcome
- Joshua on Monday, November 2, prophesied that Christians who support President Donald Trump will be disappointed
- However, the cleric noted that the new US Supreme Court judge, Amy Coney Barrett, will be used to curb excesses
Prophet T.B Joshua, the general overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) on Monday, November 2, made some predictions ahead of the ongoing United States (US) presidential election.
Although he did not make any prophecy on who will eventually win the much-talked-about poll, TB Joshua forecasted that Christians who are in full support of President Donald Trump will be disappointed in the end, The Nation reports.
However, he called on them to find succour in the newly appointed US Supreme Court Judge, Amy Coney Barrett, who was picked by Trump.
The famous Nigerian cleric noted that Christians should be joyful over the fact that Barrett will be used as an instrument of check.
“We Christians would have loved it to go the way we wanted. But the Bible says it is never proper to base our faith on our improvement after prayer. We should not worry. The joy is that the new Supreme Court Judge, Amy Coney Barrett, will be an instrument of check.
“Finally, let us learn how to believe that God hears us when we pray – it is a much greater blessing. There is likely going to be pockets of resistance here and there but nothing will change. Let me reserve what I am seeing until the inauguration of the new president.”
Meanwhile, presidential candidates, Joe Biden and Donald Trump had run out of time to campaign for support in the race to win the US election.
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The two candidates are now awaiting the outcome from their respective campaigns as voters take to the street to cast their ballots. IPSOS, a global poll platform, was curious to find out how other nations viewed the respective candidates.
Over 20,000 people from 24 different countries were asked to register their opinions on the two men.
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