Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Ikotun-Egbe, Lagos, has celebrated the 2nd year memorial of the death of its founder, Prophet T.B Joshua.
Pilgrims from across the world gathered to partake in the church’s Living Water Service, conducted by the leader, Pastor Evelyn Joshua.
Declaring the service open, Joshua thanked God for His faithfulness, enduring mercy and grace for SCOAN in the last two years.
She described the service as a litmus test on how an individual worshiper or pilgrim stands before God, adding that “It has become a moment of spiritual self-rediscovery in the ultimate journey of life and salvation of soul.”
A pilgrim, who attended the program for the first time, Mobolaoluwa Olotu, said: “What I witnessed by just climbing the altar to pray and fetch living water without any hands being laid on the people, was beyond human imagination. You can just see God’s power manifesting in people.“There was an explosion of miracles and testimonies in diverse forms, with the blind regaining their sight and those on crutches and wheelchairs walking as they reached the altar.”
Also, a foreign pilgrim, Angelina Forson, said: “The moment I rolled my body on the altar of prayer, I felt a healing sensation from my neck downwards, and that was the end of my chronic cervical spondylosis that had put me in anguish for years.”