In the aftermath of the false and stage-managed BBC documentary on Prophet TB Joshua and the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), numerous testimonies and evidences have emerged, shedding light on the authenticity of the claims made against the renowned ministry. One such testimony involves Jessica, a key figure in the documentary, whose conflicting statements during a deliverance session have raised questions about the accuracy of her allegations in the false documentary series.
Evangelist Nelson of the Light Of Hope TV has taken the initiative to scrutinize Jessica’s statements and expose what he believes to be lies propagated by the actors and actresses in the BBC-produced film. With over 12 years of mentorship under Prophet TB Joshua, Evangelist Nelson aims to present evidence that challenges the credibility of the documentary.
In the BBC documentary, Jessica presented herself as a virgin, claiming innocence and professing ignorance about the concept of lust. However, Evangelist Nelson unveils an exclusive video capturing Jessica undergoing a deliverance session at SCOAN, where an entirely different narrative unfolds. In this powerful moment of scriptural deliverance, Jessica confesses to harboring the spirit of lust and admits to being promiscuous, drawing parallels between herself and a dog.
This video documentation mirrors the biblical accounts of Jesus casting out demons during His earthly ministry. Jessica, evidently under the influence of the Holy Ghost, confesses to the destructive spiritual influences that allegedly dictated her behavior.
Evangelist Nelson draws attention to the glaring disparity between Jessica’s two narratives, emphasizing the contradiction between her professed innocence and her admission of promiscuity during the deliverance session. He underscores the significance of scriptural deliverance and the transformative power of the Holy Ghost in exposing the truth.
As viewers, it is incumbent upon us to scrutinize the evidence objectively and render judgments based on verifiable facts. Evangelist Nelson advocates for a discerning approach, urging everyone to “make sure of all things and take hold of that which is true.” This echoes the biblical principle of seeking the truth that sets one free.
In the midst of emotional portrayals and scripted narratives, the call is for objectivity, commitment to the truth, and a refusal to be swayed by theatrical performances. The evidence presented challenges the credibility of Jessica’s testimony, prompting questions about the intentions and influences behind those disgruntle elements in the BBC documentary.
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