27 December 2015

Malawi: Angels 'Appear' in Church, Prophet Bushiri Tells Congregants

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri told congregants at this Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) in South Africa to see live the Angels appearing in church during his sermon.

The vastly rich Bushiri who boasts of a private Jet and numerous mansions in Zambia, Malawi and South Africa explained that in he spiritual realms, demonstration of power is so vital especially to all the doubting Thomases and that biblical Elijah is the spectacular example among them all when he demonstrated the power of God before the prophets of Baal.

Congregants erupted as they appeared seeing " Angels in white" flying over the attendant crowd in the house of prayers.

The service which was aired live on ECG channel, provided another startling sight leaving the crowd in complete awe.

The Malawian prophet, the 'Major 1 Papa' who has become mega popular in South Africa and other parts of the world over recently performed two miracles - walking in bare air and capturing a remote person with an iPad - both of which stirred controversy and mixed reactions.

Coming back to back, the miracles have created a persistent whirl of extraordinary aura while stamping his heavenly-backed authority.

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