Twenty four people died in a tragic bridge collapse in India a few days ago, but for SCOAN supporters there is reason for celebration:
Yes, you guessed it: TB Joshua is claiming he predicted it. The undated clip released on the Emmanuel TV channel shows TB Joshua predicting a bridge in India that is “very close to a river” collapsing on a Thursday or Friday. He tells people to put this prophecy on the internet so people will be warned. The collapse happened on a Friday, and as the video pointed out, the bridge was near the Hooghly river. However, we know by now there is nearly always something edited out of these prophecies, so let’s take a look at the original, unedited version:
Notice a significant difference – the bridge he spoke of here was not just “near a river” it is crossing a river! The bridge that collapsed was half a kilometer away from a river. This essential detail was conveniently edited out when they claimed he predicted the Kolkata collapse.
What are people meant to do with something like this? Not only was this deceptive (as always), it was also useless. If people had taken this prophecy seriously they would have avoided all bridges over rivers in India on Thursdays or Fridays, but the bridge that collapsed was not a bridge over a river! Should they have avoided all bridges in India until hearing the prophecy was fulfilled? I can already hear SCOAN supporters moving the goalposts and saying “well a bridge collapsed in India didn’t it?” – yes, it did – but the prophecy was given over 4 years ago, and India is sadly quite well known for structural collapses. Again, not a prophecy – a probability.