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PROPHECY: 'South Africa's economy to boom' says Prophet Joseph

by Mandla Ndlovu
11 Nov 2019 at 16:51hrs | Views
The economy of  South Africa is set for  a tremendous growth, a prominent Prophet has prophesied.

Speaking to this reporter on Monday the Sandton based leader of God In You Ministries Prophet Joseph PJ1Touch said God showed him in a vision that the neighbouring Southern African country is set to experience a tremendous growth.

Said Prophet Joseph, "When I was praying in a vision God said tell my people that the economy of South Africa is set to grow. God said the country must pray for unity and also to pray for the leaders of the country particularly the President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa."

The man of God said the challenges that the country went through will not stop the blessing of God upon South Africa.

"The nation went through challenges like xenophobia and economic recession but on the road ahead the Grace of God will be manifest."

Last Friday rating agency Moody's downgraded its outlook for South Africa's last investment-grade credit rating from stable to negative.

Prophet Joseph further urged South Africa to pray for the weather as the country is set to experience extreme weather conditions.

Numbers 12:6 New International Version (NIV)

6 he said, “Listen to my words:

“When there is a prophet among you,
    I, the Lord, reveal myself to them in visions,
    I speak to them in dreams.

"God also told me that South Africa will experience hailstorm so the nation must pray against extreme weather conditions."

Prophet Joseph is known for the prophecies that have come to pass. One of the popular prophecies he uttered is the release of the famous singer Nguza Viking who is popularly known as Babu Seya who had been jailed for life together with his son.

President John Joseph Magufuli pardoned them in 2017.

Other prophecies concern the ship that capsized on its way to Mwanza in 2018 where 800 people died.

He also prophesied the earthquakes that took place across the nation of Tanzania.



Source - Byo24News

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