On the off chance that you are a minister and have been nicknamed the ‘Prophet of Doom,’ there’s most likely some kind of problem with how you’re doing your occupation. Like this minister from South Africa who has as of late been the center of controversy due to his unconventional “curing” techniques.
Lethebo Rabalago, a self-proclaimed prophet, truly utilizes a bug spray called “Doom” and showers it to individual’s eyes and other body parts. He asserts it can cure anyone from various illnesses – including cancer and HIV.
Rabalago, who runs the Mount Zion General Assembly church in the area of Limpopo, has been hammered by various beliefs and churches for his abnormal practice.
Photographs of the minister have since made rounds online where he can be seen splashing the bug spray straightforwardly in the faces of his followers.
This has pulled in more negative responses from social users over the world.
In a meeting with neighborhood news site Herald Live, Rabalago said that his activities were planned to celebrate God. Rabalago said:
“It’s not a matter of motivation. When one is inspired you are copying. It’s not a matter of motivation. Nobody motivated me. I simply have confidence in God for anything. We can utilize anything that you accept to cure individuals.”
“Everything here on Earth has a place with God. Petrol has a place with God. Fate has a place with God,” the minister said.
In the meantime, the gathering Freedom of Religion SA (FOR SA) firmly blamed Rabalago’s activities as “unlawful and illicit.”
FOR SA speaks to 88 noteworthy cults and temples in the nation and in an announcement, the gathering said:
“While we trust that the Bible shows that the Lord Jesus Christ cured individuals of all way of maladies and afflictions amid His earthly ministry‚ He generally did as such in a way that secured their nobility as people made in the picture of God.
“On no event did He act in a way that created physical injure to individuals or further imperiled their wellbeing. As such‚ these reported activities are totally in spite of both scriptural educating and practice.”
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