How TB Joshua healed me, helped my family: Victor AD
Nigerian singer Victor Adere popularly known as Victor AD paid a heartwarming tribute to late preacher TB Joshua.
The artist proceeded to his verified Instagram page to post a picture of the deceased as he narrates their blissful encounter and unforgettable healing in a heartwarming tribute.
“My dad, late Mr Emmanuel Adere introduced me and my entire family to SCOAN [in] 1996 and ever since then you have been a blessing to us.
“I still remember how God used you to heal me from a skin disease when I was a little boy, after moving from one hospital to another all to no avail.
“You showed me so much undeserving love, help my family and I and countless times,” he wrote.
Victor AD also recalled how the philanthropic preacher came through for him while he was going through some challenges and gave him N1 million.
“And I was like I’m about to tell you I was going through some challenges, You smiled and said I know what you’re going through, God is with you and I felt peace in my heart,” he stated further.”
The artist also said the late preacher taught him how to “pray for grace and God’s mercy and excluded all boasting for my achievements.
“You never judged me even when you knew my flaws, you welcomed me with so much love and said everyone makes mistakes and mistakes are correctable.
“I can go on and on, words are too weak to express your good deeds for this generation, We love you daddy rest on till we meet again @tbjoshua” Victor AD concluded.
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