The Fireman “Expert” who testified in Court:
Anyone with even the least understanding, looking at the way the SCOAN building collapse can tell that the collapse was near-symmetrical, quick and total. An indisputable fact is that no other theory would suffice to explain such a near-symmetrical, rapid and total collapse but that of carefully placed explosives set off in a particular order. In the last post we made reference to an article containing the confirmatory proofs of controlled demolition. But of the countless reports on line and in-print on the synagogue catastrophe, none and I repeat, absolutely none has managed to prove or even “suggest reasonably” how possible it is for “structural failure” to cause a total and symmetrical collapse of a high-rise building.
A fireman who spoke as a witness in the inquest was quoted to have said, he perceived no smell of explosives around the building or the evidence of a fire and so debunks the theory of a controlled demolition; Yet the fireman did not state in the hearing of the court the confirmatory signs that a building collapse was induced by controlled demolition, neither did he tell the court how to know if a building collapsed due to structural failure. He was trying to defeat an idea without propounding another – placing something on nothing and expecting it to stand. Who would blame him? after all he most likely has never in his life witnessed a controlled demolition, nor has studied anything about it. He spoke based on his limited understanding and went too far in the way he premised his conclusion merely because he saw no fire, and could not smell any explosive: both of which are not foolproof characteristics of a structural failure anywhere in the world.
On summoning TB Joshua to Court
There is already so much fuss about TB Joshua appearing in at the court of inquiry into the building collapse, having been summoned by the coroner of inquest himself. Whilst this may not in the opinion of lovers of TB Joshua and SCOAN to be proper, it is in any case going to happen and there is really nothing anyone can do about it at this point. What is worthy of note is the way the prophet’s appearance at the inquiry is so heavily and eagerly anticipated. He seemed to have been summoned in the way an ordinary witness would have been summoned, but it couldn’t be made anymore obvious that TB Joshua is no ordinary witness. His reputation precedes him. The first question that might come to the mind of SCOAN faithfuls on hearing this could be; who do they really want to testify at this inquest, MR. TB JOSHUA or PROPHET TB JOSHUA?. That seems to be a question for the coroner himself to decide.
While we may not be comfortable with the way TBJ has been summoned to court, it couldn’t have been the case if God had not allowed it. We should therefore submit to the will of God in this matter. The prophet has earlier said to us, No one can help me; only God; Leave me with God. We cannot love the prophet more than the God who called him, without whose will and purpose this could not have happened. fear not, the very hairs of the prophet’s head are numbered.
For a prophet who once could endure being unjustly detained in a cell for thirteen days, a court summon is very well within his tolerance.
Lost Voices of the Martyrs
In every generation, there is a peculiar tribulation for the believers in Christ’s to endure as is allowed by God; in the days of the holy apostles, it was persecution from city to city. Now that Christianity as a religion has become so widespread and appealing to the extent that people who are not Christians are claiming to be, the persecution definitely has taken another form. That of concerted attacks, campaign of calumny, intimidation and slanderous remarks. But one thing that is common to all the forms of persecution throughout the ages is the hatred of men towards the servants of God and apostles of Jesus Christ. Now is the time for us to remember the Lord’s words: Jesus said: you who stone the prophets and kill those who are sent to you. Also to his disciples he said: All men will hate you because of me. It has become so pronounced for us according to what Jesus foretold; because those who hate us and kill us think that they do God a service. John 16:2.
With the situation of the building collapse and the recent summoning of the Prophet to the court, one can understand a little of how the early church felt when the apostles were always dragged before Kings and rulers on account of the doctrine of the gospel. They were constantly summoned, queried, judged wrongly, sentenced to harsh judgments surpassing those of convicted criminals, and endured sufferings of all kinds which finally culminated in martyrdom. This was all required for the crown of righteousness Tasting of the cup of suffering of the Lord that we may also reign with him. Let us remember the faith of the Holy Apostles which they committed unto us with the seal of their blood; through which today we couldn’t have been saved. This is what the prophet meant when he spoke of martyrs being a blessing to us and to the whole world. Apostle Paul emphatically stated that “We must go through many hardships to enter the kingdom of God,” Acts 14:22. These temporary tribulations are not to be feared, but it is to be feared that which has no end, the weeping and lamentations that never cease, finding no repose and consolation from tortures at any time forever – this which the blasphemers, slanderers and critic bloggers are not afraid to suffer.