I saw a vision and the girls escaped” – TB Joshua warns military against fighting Boko Haram

Nigerian Pastor T.B. Joshua had a message of hope for his congregation and Nigerians in general at church on Sunday. He said that the abducted schoolgirls from Chibok were “on the verge of being released by God”.190, 200, or 234 (the exact number is still uncertain) schoolgirls were abducted from their dormitory in Chibok exactly two weeks ago, on the 14th of April by Boko Haram insurgents.The cleric declared, “They have to be released. That is the voice of God!” Then he described a revelation of their release he was shown by God.“I saw a vision where some of these girls have escaped and they are trying to find their way from the forest to the town. God has spoken – these children must be released,” he said; we can’t wait to see them.In a message broadcast on Emmanuel TV, the cleric’s TV channel and on his Facebook page, he comforted the parents of the girls, saying, “it is not your battle alone but the battle of all people of God all over the world. They are also our children.”Joshua, warned the security forces to avoid unnecessary confrontation. “God has promised all of them will come out free, without harm and hurt. However, if there is unnecessary confrontation, it may affect them. Let us be prayerful and at the same time be tactical and strategic, so they will not harm our dear schoolgirls,” he advised. “Their captors are in a place where they cannot move forward or backwards.Confrontation is dangerous.”Joshua led the congregation at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) in prayer. “Pray for the protection of these girls. Remember our security forces too in prayer. Ask God to give them more wisdom and a clean and clear strategy so that their approach will not be attack for attack.No matter what the militants do, even if they attack, they should not attack back in order not to harm our girls.” Signing off his Facebook post with #BringBackOurGirls, Joshua admonished his people to observe a day of prayer on Tuesday because “With God, all things are possible.”

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