An old video has surfaced on social media in which Manchester United player, Angel Gomes, can be seen receiving prayer of healing at TB Joshua’s Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN).
In the now-viral video, which was shot in 2016, the talented attacking player identified himself as a 16-year-old whose parents are “huge fans” of the pastor.
He also narrated how frequent injuries including hip, groin and ankle, hindered him from playing in times of important tournaments, matches, and breakthrough moments.
“My name is Angel Gomes, I’m from Manchester. I’m sixteen. I play for the Manchester United Football Club. And I’ve been struggling really with injuries,” he said.
“I’ve been having injuries around my hip and groin which have been affecting me playing. I also suffered ankle injury not long ago which kept me out for a long time.
“These injuries would come at hard times for me, times when I was having a breakthrough or times when I had to go to a tournament or playing games, these injuries would happen quite frequently.
“I play for Man United, I also represent England national team under-17 level as captain. I’ve known about the Synagogue Church of Nations for a long time.
“As my family follows the prophet, my parents are big fans. So we thought it would be a good time for me to come and be touched by the prophet.”
After the healing session, Gomes later described the feeling of being touched by the prophet’s anointing, saying: “I just felt a little shock and I was surprised.
“I can really describe how I felt. Just don’t doubt what you feel on the inside. Go with your heart. When you need someone to look up to, just look to God and have faith.”
Watch the video below…
Manchester United’s Angel Gomes went to T.B Joshua’s church for healing pic.twitter.com/TBYGR4xifH
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