PROPHECIES ABOUT VIP'S
- Notable People will Die (2008 Prophecies
- Michael Jackson
- Farrah Fawcett
- Bernie Mac
- Patrick Swayze
- Pope Benedict
- M.Jackson/F.FawcettMichael Jackson Prophecies
The Michael Jackson trial is currently in swing. Probably the only event in his lifetime more ridiculous than this clown show will be Jacksons funeral, which is not far off as years go. His death will probably involve car travel. (Prophecy March 16, 2005)
In January this year, TB Joshua prophesied during one of his famous Sunday services, broadcast live on Emmanuel TV: Im seeing a great star whom the world is shouting, Hey, hey, hey! In his own area, hes famous - hes known everywhere. He is great - too great
I see something will begin to happen to that star and that may likely end in him packing his load and going on the journey of no return
A month later, he clarified that the person concerned was not from his local environ and was too young to leave your midst - enjoining the congregants and viewers worldwide to pray earnestly for this 'great star', believing for the will of God to be done.
TB Joshua full names : Temitope Balogun Joshua was born on June 12, 1963, in a village called Arigidi, in Ikare Akoko, Ondo State of Nigeria.
On Michael Jackson's death, the prophet was seen by a global audience via his television network saying, I see a star being rushed to the hospital but he wont come back home, the whole world will be shocked. He is a great star in his world. To add mystery to this prediction, TB Joshua sent a message through the pop star's associates to let Michael come for prayer and deliverance in Nigeria. The associates thought the message a bit misplaced, because Michael was declared medically fit by his doctors and he was billed for a world concert tour beginning July 13. But alas! That was not to be, he died on June 25 before seeing Prophet TB Joshua.
Despite all these happenings Prophet TB Joshua has come under heavy attack from many, some of whom have labelled him a false prophet. And the debate about the authenticity of his ministry unfortunately has been orchestrated by a section of the clergy within the charismatic Pentecostal brand of Christendom. This has left many lay people unfamiliar with scriptures, let alone issues of Christian theology confused, as reverends or bishops are keener to criticise prophet TB Joshua than providing Biblical counsel.