African pastors have been involved in some pretty unthinkable acts in the Name of The Lord.
Following these rather outrageous pastors and prophets is likely to result in your death, and we believe you're most probably safer worshipping God at home than going to their churches.
Here are the top 7 things we believe can happen to you in church this Sunday
1. You might be asked to drink petrol
A controversial South African Pastor, Lesego Daniel, made his congregants drink petrol after claiming that it can miraculously turn into pineapple juice.
2. You might be asked to chew pieces of cloth
The controversial South African pastor with End Time disciple ministries cut a piece of a woman's cloth and made his church members eat it. Yhup, that happened.
3. You might be asked to eat grass
A South African preacher made his congregation eat grass to make them 'closer to God' before using them as a human carpet. All in a bid to get closer to God.
4. A pastor might ask to s*ck your breasts
One Kenya-based Nigerian pastor‘delivers’ women from demonic possession by s*cking their breasts. He said he s*cks the ‘demons’ their breasts.
5. You might be lashed for sexual misdemeanours
Ghana's controversial Prophet Obinim publicly lashed two teenagers in his church for fornicating and then resorting to abort a pregnancy that arose from the act.
6. You might be killed by a "speaker"
Controversial South African pastor, Lethebo Rabalango, allegedly killed one of his members after he put a speaker on top of her body to prove God’s power. DON'T let this happen to you.
7. You might be asked to come to church "naked"
Church is not the "Garden of Eden" where Adam and Eve were said to have been naked, but a pastor asked his female congregants at the Lord’s Propeller Redemption Church in Dandora to come for Sunday’s service without any underwear “in order to be closer to God”.
And another pastor asked his members to get totally naked for total healing. No, please you don't need that.
Any other outrageous things happened to you in church?
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