A group of youth from a multiracial organization called Izwelethu, stormed the Gateway precinct on Youth day, by protesting for trans-formative rights.
Couple of minutes after the fire had taken over the building, faithful members gathered in the church’s parking lot; on the opposite side, to praise and worship God, while fire-fighters were still battling the blaze. An ‘Amazing’ thing to watch; such courage, such strength, such faith that believers will have to possess in these trying times. Link of video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftMuUCPxMJE
The ‘Dom ’_Durban Christian Centre (DCC), one of Durban’s biggest churches caught fire on Tuesday evening. The roof was all on fire; apparently the fire started on top of the building, it could have being an electric flicker–fault that triggered the fire which then ignited and spread throughout the building, which then caused a ‘blaze’.
Why does shocking things, bad things happens to good Christian or to Christians institutions, a building at the well-known Synagogue Church of All Nation (SCOAN) had collapsed and had left quite a number of South Africans citizens and from other nationality dead. The tragedy had triggered doubt over prophet T b Joshua’s ministry, and it had left him in waters, in questions.
Earlier this year the Emmanuel TV was broadcasting the real factor that had caused the collapse.
This is not the first incident that had happened at the SCOAN, couple of years back the SCOAN studio had burned down; they had to buy new sound equipment and video equipment. More incidents had happened to the ministry before the giant SCOAN was built. Possibly God’s preparing DCC for something bigger, maybe they should rebuild and add a double storey on top.
The enemy has being targeting ‘Giant’ Christian leaders and organizations for quite some time now.
But why does God allow these bad things to happen, sometimes; it’s for him to eventually show his marvellous power or it’s simply to show the devil that he has limited powers. Consider the biblical story of ‘Joe’.
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