The SCOAN Living Water Service is a special, powerful church service held at The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Lagos, Nigeria every Monday.
If you plan to visit the SCOAN, Ikotun, Lagos – Nigeria, then you must schedule your visit to cover the Living Water Service which holds every Monday because it is your best chance to receive healing and deliverance at The Synagogue, Church of All Nations.
Do not plan to fly back the following Monday after Sunday service.
The essence of the Living Water Service is to give all worshipers and visitors a chance to experience the power of God through the medium of prayer and the Living Water.
This service is organised in a typical TB Joshua fashion and is normally conducted by him or under his strict instruction. It is one of the most powerful services at The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Lagos, Nigeria.
The SCOAN Living Water Service is an alternative or complement to the regular Sunday Service, Prayerline and the New Morning Water (Anointed Water). The service is held in one of the innermost sections of the church called The Mountain.
If you visit SCOAN and are unable to have a one-one-one with the Man of God, or could not be admitted to the Prayerline, then the Living Water Service is for you and you can’t afford to miss this.
The Living Water Service is for everyone, whether you are officially invited to the SCOAN or not.
Normally, the Man of God will conduct the service, take a sacred walk to the alter and offer some prayers, walk bare-footed to the Holy Ground/Prayer Mountain where the Living fountain is located, collects the water from the taps in a cup and drinks from it.
Then he would order the members to do same so they might be healed of their afflictions, sicknesses and diseases. Or so they might be delivered from their calamities.
Members/visitors are expected to march to the ground in an attitude of prayer and faith before drinking from the Living Water. Usually, this works wonders as it is evident in the numerous instant healing and deliverance testimonies through the medium of the SCOAN Living Water.
So, how do you attend the SCOAN Living Water Service as an international visitor?