Video: How Prophet T.B. Joshua revealed George H.W. Bush’s death

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Cleric of the international ministry the Synagogue, Church Of All Nations – T.B. Joshua – led his congregation in prayer for a former president whom he said he saw dying.

The 41st president of the United States, George H. W. Bush, died on November 30, 2018.

Earlier, on October 21st, T.B. Joshua said during a Sunday Service broadcasted live on Emmanuel TV:

“For some time now, I have not been dabbling into international issues, but this one is very close. A president who is very sick outside this country – I am seeing death. This is death. They will try to revive him, but no way. He has been ex before now. They will try all efforts to revive him but no way. Pray for God’s intervention […] Let the will of God be done”.

Joshua’s church congregation was led into fervent prayer, following Joshua to declare, “Let the will of God be done”.

Following the specific call for prayer, for the ex-president, the cleric’s Christian television station in mid-November 2018 began to repeat clips of the prophetic vision every so often, somewhat reflecting the time-proximity within which the prophecy would occur.

Joshua is known to reveal prophetic visions. Over the years, Joshua is claimed to have previously prophesied the following events: the disappearance of the Malaysian Airlines MH370, the ousting of Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe, the decline of Nigeria’s economy following the plunge of oil prices in 2014 … among many others – all which have had videos released with him speaking of the events before they occurred.

Former President George H.W. Bush died at the age of 94. May he rest in peace and his family and friends be comforted at this time.

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By Helen Baker

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