Prophet T.B. Joshua has reacted to the suspension of his Church’s YouTube channel that occurred over 24hours ago. According to the report gotten the account was banned as a result of the church’s activities about those who are LGBTQ, the channel was posting videos of the pastor having a prayer session with those who are having different orientation about their status.
This action was seen as an action against people who are LGBTQ, so the channel was brought down to prevent further harm, in his reaction T.B. Joshua made it known that what happened is a result of God’s work or plan, he said everything works together for those who love God.
According to him, he encourages his members to continue to pray for the YouTube organization, as he felt what happened is because God wants his members to come to a physical meeting, instead of the online meeting that they do have on YouTube. He further revealed that actions are being taken to ensure that the channel is recovered as soon as possible.
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