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3 Wisemen Of Prophet TB Joshua That Took A Wise Decision To Quit SCOAN When The Ovation Was Loud

There is a popular proverb that says it is better to leave the stage when the Ovation is loudest. In other words, it is preferable to take a bow when you are still being celebrated. However, leaving in this context means moving to another level as we have seen in the life of three disciples of late Prophet TB Joshua. Wiseman John Chi, Wiseman Harry and Wiseman Daniel are the Prophets raised by late TB Joshua that moved on to establish their own ministry at the peak of their services at the Synagogue Church of All Nations.

The disciples did not only leave the SCOAN, but they also went ahead to establish their separate churches from the scratch. It is also worthy to state here that even after leaving the ministry that paved the way for them, they have continued to remain obedient to their master until his death.

Wiseman Daniel

After serving at the Synagogue Church of All Nations for many years and learning under his master, Prophet TB Joshua, Wiseman Daniel saw it was right to move on. He requested to leave and his wish was granted as he was released in March 2020 to start his own ministry. He later founded

Everlasting Light Of Hope International Ministries (Elohim).

Wiseman John Chi

Despite leaving SCOAN in controversial circumstances, Wiseman John Chi maintained a cordial relationship with his master late Prophet TB. John used to be the favorite among the disciples until he took a decision to quit the church. He later moved to establish his own ministry in Cameroon known as the Ark Of God Covenant Ministries.

Wiseman John Harry

Harry did not disclose his reason for leaving SCOAN. But the decision he took few years ago to move back to Greece to establish his ministry has proved to be a Wise choice.

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