Following the shocked passing away of Prophet TB Joshua, many people have questioned whether God truly speaks to his prophets. For most people, if God truly speaks to his prophets, prophet TB Joshua should have seen his death coming. And so in the wake of all these a lots of people have construed the utterances of Prophet Nigel Gaisie to mean that he is about to die soon. That God has informed him of his pending death. But does the true man of God knows when he is about to die?
All the great prophets of God from the old testament Bible throughout to the new testament knew about their death. Prophet Elijah who was taken away informed his disciple, Elisha that he was going to be taken away. Similarly, Jesus Christ knew every single detail of his death even to the point where he told Peter that before the cock crows three times, Peter will deny him
Even if God does tell his prophets when they are about to die, is it necessary for the prophet of God to inform the whole world that he is about to die?
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