TB Joshua says there will be hardships after lockdown

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Harare – The founder and General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet T.B Joshua, has revealed the adversities that the world will be facing after the coronavirus lock-down.

According to Daily Post, T.B Joshua said on Emanuel TV on Sunday that God told him that people will be experiencing hard times immediately after the COVID-19 lock-down and he also said that life will only be for those who will manage to adjust to the new life conditions induced by the COVID-19 pandemic and it will be very unfortunate for those who will fail to adjust for death and downfall will be the endpoint for them.

“I can see beyond many of our situations at hand. That is why I am telling you that behind that situation lies your future. After the lock-down, whatever disappointment you will receive or whatever happens – think deeply and you will see the reason this is happening to you.

“Ask any successful man or woman and they will tell you about how much disappointment and setback they had to endure to come to a new level in.

“Ordinarily, you would not want to leave your position or status and say you want to establish yourself without a situation like this,” he said.

He urged people to encourage their family members ‘to cut their coat according to their clothes‘, meaning that if they have been living a great life before coronavirus had prevailed, they all have to adjust and prepare for the harsh and difficult times that are pending.

” You have to be ready to start little, cut your coat according to your cloth and endure temporary pain, “ he said.

T.B Joshua also gave teachings pertaining to how people should adjust their social life circles so as to cope with the forthcoming difficult era.

“Women that married men because of affluence or men that married women because of affluence – divorce should not be the order of the day. We just need to adjust.

“You may likely need some new friends because not all of your friends will be able to cope and adjust. The future is still there but only calls for adjustment,” he said

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