Children who watch cartoons will go to hell - Zambian Pastor warns

Children who watch cartoons will go to hell - Zambian Pastor warns

- A Zambian pastor called Zipporah Mushala said that she saw a revelation of children in hellfire

- Zipporah said that many of them are there because of their imitations of things they watched in cartoons

- The clergywoman warned parents about how they raise their kids

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A Zambian pastor called Zipporah Mushala has taken to her Facebook page to share a recent revelation from God. The pastor noted that it was a revelation about hell.

Zipporah revealed that she saw many children in hellfire. According to her, it isn't about whether children can go to hell due to their young age, it was about if they chose to do wrong despite reaching the age where they know the right things.

In a long post, the woman of God stated that she saw many children whose sin was that they imitated some of the wrong things they saw in the cartoons they watch.

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"I saw a boy who looked 10 who was there for insulting. He had learnt these insults from what he was watching on Television. I also noticed that he was wearing a shirt that had a demonic drawing of a Spiderman cartoon, but the Lord said there is a spirit in that drawing that controls their behaviour when they wear that," she said.

Zambian pastor Zipporah Mushala

Zambian pastor says children who watch cartoons will go to hell. Source: @ZipporahMushala
Source: UGC

The clergywoman went on to reveal that God has warned that secular TV is leading people to hell. He noted that it involved all worldly movies including family movies, soap operas, wrestling, worldly cartoons for example like those found on Disney Jnr, JimJam, Nickelodeon, etc, and shows that don’t glorify God.

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"Young children also see this makeup from cartoons like Barbie and they want to dress like those cartoons. They want to dress in short skirts and trousers they see in those cartoons. Tell their parents to dress them decently because they are coming to this place! If a child knows right from wrong and does not do right they are coming to this place," she said.

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In other news, Samed Abdul, a young entrepreneur in Ghana, has created an incubator that is capable of hatching a whopping 2,000 eggs within 21 days.

The young man, who is yet to go to tertiary after finishing high school, revealed to YEN.com.gh that he started the process just two years ago and has now been able to build the 2,000-capacity egg incubator.

Samed, who is also known among his friends as Crystal, hails from Kwahu Abetifi, the capital of Kwahu East District in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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