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Malaysian Airlines Flight 370: An Announced Disaster?

The mystery around Malaysia Airlines flight 370 increases with the prophecy of the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, T.B. Joshua.

In his Sunday’s sermon from June 28, 2013, Joshua predicted an airplane crash. He said:

“We have to pray, this is an Asian country. I will not mention any country, but God showed me the country. I am seeing a very big balloon.

“What is the cause of this? It was just about to take off and the fault started.

“It means they (ground services) can discover it on the tarmac, but because of impatience…”

TB Joshua foretold that the catastrophe would be huge: “With almost 200 people inside”.

The prophet also added that if God provides him with grace, he would send the letter with a warning to the embassy of that Asian country.

TB Joshua further called on everyone to check airlines in their respective countries.

“We are going to pray for them. I will see what I can do,” the prophet said.

Although the prediction refers to an Asian airline, the statement that it refers to flight 370 must remain a guess.
Millions of people are looking up T.B. Joshua on The Internet in these days. A better publicity is unthinkable.

However, Joshua’s claims about the aircraft’s whereabouts are quite precise, as he showed a few days ago on his Facebook wall:

“The plane concerned is deep inside the sea. Some of the particles will be seen on the surface of the sea any moment from now.

May their souls rest in peace. We pray the Lord gives the families and loved ones the strength to bear the loss. Our prayer and love are always with them, the nation of Malaysia and other countries who had passengers on this flight.”

Joshua was officially recognized by the United Nations on January 2014 for his humanitarian efforts in Nigeria, where his TV channel Emmanuel TV is based, and worldwide.

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