For the last one year, 10-year-old Chris Ngabo, from Burundi, had been suffering from difficulty in walking following an ankle injury he had sustained while playing football. The condition had degenerated into osteochondral lesion grade 4 and doctors had had to recommend a knee brace for him. A very playful boy, Chris had previously suffered allergies and broken his finger, hand and knee, and had been in the operating theatre three times in the past. Surprisingly, he also had high blood sugar at his age. His mother, Josiane, had taken him for treatment of the ankle but he had continued to limp while walking. Doctors then decided that he should have surgery, as his cartilage had weakened. The once-active boy could no longer climb the stairs, ride bicycles, kneel or play football. Troubled by the situation, his mother brought him to The SCOAN. “I command all affliction in your body to leave, in the name of Jesus Christ,” prayed Prophet Racine as he laid an anointed hand on the little boy. Since then, Chris has regained his health and vibrancy to the glory of God Almighty. His blood sugar level has also returned to normal, to the amazement of his doctors. “Trust in God,” Chris advised other children.


Owing to osteoarthritis, Mrs Lucienne Esteve, from France, had suffered for three years from difficulty in walking. The 45-year-old had had her knees locked in braces, to help ease her pains. Yet, she could not walk long distances and was unable to do her basic daily duties, including bathing herself. It was in this condition that she had visited The SCOAN a fortnight ago to receive prayers in the mighty name of Jesus Christ. After an anointed touch from Prophetess Anne, Lucienne sprang to her feet, exercising her limbs and glorifying God’s name. “I felt light as soon as the woman of God prayed for me,” she testified last Sunday. Now, she can wear high heels and walk with no difficulty at all. She advised people to have faith in Jesus, the true Healer.


For the last five years, Mr Okas Hammed had been using a neck collar because of the problem of cervical spondylosis. “I cannot do any hard work – to carry a small bucket of water is so hard for me,” he said as he made his way to The SCOAN Altar during The Living Water Service of two Mondays ago. A resident of Ogun State, Okas also had an enlarged liver and spotted kidneys. Despite visiting several hospitals and healing homes, he got no reprieve from his condition. After rolling on the Altar in prayer, Okas stood up and parted ways with his neck collar for the pain had vanished instantly. He then moved over to another section of the Altar to minister the Living Water. Okas said his faith had been lifted three weeks ago, when he saw a woman known to him testifying on Emmanuel TV, and that he had decided to visit The SCOAN after watching the testimony. “No matter your situation, the God of possibilities will answer you, if you call upon Him,” he advised listeners and viewers


“I am the queen from her village. I destroyed her marriage. I stopped her menstruation. I pushed her to do prostitution. I gave her body pain, chest pain and headaches. I entered her from her village.” Those were the confessions from the household demon in Kate, a Liberian woman who had traversed the continents while she engaged in prostitution. From Ghana to the United Arab Emirates and China to Vietnam and Cambodia, Kate had seen all shades and shapes of men in her bid to fend for her children and see them through school. Whatever business she set up with the proceeds of prostitution always ended up failing. In marriage, she had also failed as her husband had suddenly woken up one morning and walked out of their home after saying she looked like a dog, leaving her with kids to feed. Kate’s problems had actually been the result of the pact that her late parents had with household demons. Kate’s priestess mother had used to feed her children with food served to idols and, in fact, Kate’s original name meant something like ‘dumpsite’, an indication of her parents’ frustration at having lost other babies before her. Kate’s father had vomited his heart after being bitten by a snake while on his other wife’s farm. Afterwards, the children were moved to the Liberian capital, Monrovia. The stubborn demons had followed Kate there, hence their ruining the marriage that she had contracted at age 22. After the Liberian Civil War, Kate moved to Achimota, Ghana on the advice of a friend, who prodded her into prostitution. While doing prostitution, Kate had no home of her own and was always at the mercy of her numerous clients, some of whom took delight in beating her up and refusing to pay her. In one instance, a familiar client took her deep into a forest in Achimota and transformed into different forms right in her presence, causing her to have an out-of-body experience. She would later discover the man had died three months before! Despite that experience, Kate had continued her dirty business and had travelled to the different parts of the world already mentioned. While in Cambodia, Vietnam and the UAE, she began to have persistent dream encounters with a certain figure who later revealed himself as T.B. Joshua, a name that was by then unfamiliar to Kate. The figure had kept advising Kate to quit prostitution. After sharing the dream with a friend, Kate became aware of who the figure was. Her friend then advised her to visit The SCOAN, assuring her that she would get the money for the trip if indeed she had been seeing a true man of God. Miraculously, somebody gave Kate the money for the trip. Meanwhile, for the last seven years, Kate had not been menstruating. In her bid to maximise the use of her body for prostitution, she had got into the habit of trying to block away her menstrual flow by stuffing loads of cotton wool down her private part, leading to the ceased menstruation and the other bodily pains that the demon in her confessed. To the glory of God, Kate’s menses returned after she participated at The SCOAN Living Water Service of two Mondays ago. She is now a new creature—no longer ruled by the desires of the flesh. “The Living Water is real,” Kate said, explaining that she had drunk the water and mentioned the name of her Dubai-based tuberculosis-afflicted sister, who had vomited the evil deposits in her system after the prayer. Kate advised men not to abandon their wives and children. She also advised people to open their hearts to God by “sitting on the right bench in church.” Finally, she encouraged women to see their body as God’s temple.


Speaking in French, the evil spirit in Mr Ngozo Mamadou had blurted, “I am the goddess. He has signed a pact with me. I own his life. He wants money.” Those, among others, were some of the revelations concerning the Central African Republic citizen during The SCOAN Living Water Service of last Monday. Coming from a war-torn country, Ngozo had lost both parents in his home country during the war. His sister had died in Cameroon of gunshot wounds sustained during the war and his ailing brother had died in northern Nigeria despite all the expenses that Ngozo had incurred in a bid to save his life at a witch doctor’s home. Distraught and indebted, Ngozo had asked the witch doctor for help with his finances. In response, the witch doctor had initiated him into the cult of a so-called goddess of money, who had demanded either another person’s blood (which she called “mercury”) or Ngozo’s selling of his soul to her. During the riverside initiation ceremony, Ngozo had been made to swallow four eggs. Unwilling to spill blood or give himself to the goddess, Ngozo had tried to kill himself but a Cameroonian woman dissuaded him and asked him to visit The SCOAN. Hesitant because of his different faith, and incapacitated by his poor finances, the young man finally accepted to visit, the woman having promised to pay his fare. While in church last week, Ngozo had vomited four stones as Prophet T.B. Joshua began his ministration during the service. It had all begun when Ngozo started feeling a churning in his stomach, even though he had been constipated for the past three days. Now he no longer has nightmares in which dead people appear and he can sleep peacefully and use the toilet with ease. “I felt that something came out of me,” he recalled about how he had felt during the deliverance session. Ngozo advised people to avoid witch doctors and embrace Jesus Christ.

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