Influencers Share Hilarious Reaction to Pastor's Claims About Going to Heaven: "It's the Confidence for Me"

Influencers Share Hilarious Reaction to Pastor's Claims About Going to Heaven: "It's the Confidence for Me"

  • A video of a group of South African social media influencers reacting to a pastor's sermon has gone viral
  • In the video, the man of God claims that if they go to heaven and don't find him there, they have, in fact, gone to hell
  • The pastor says he has done everything necessary to secure his place in heaven, leaving the influences intrigued

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A group of South African social media influencers came together to record a funny skit reacting to a pastor's questionable sermon about going to heaven.

SA influencers have a hilarious reaction to pastor's claims
A pastor claimed that he's done everything required of man to secure his place in heaven. Image: @ofentsemwase/TikTok
Source: UGC

A hilarious video posted by Ofentse Mwase featuring TikTokkers Chad Jones, Lwazi Manzi, Mama Nells, Bri Bri, Bannz Version, and g00level shows the group seated in a class setting with notebooks and pens in hand as they take notes during a sermon.

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Pastor claims he will be in heaven

During the interesting session, the pastor in question can be heard saying:

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"If you get to heaven. Write this down. If you get to heaven and you don't find me there. You have gone to hell. Yeah, that's not heaven."

The class of influencers can be seen responding with utter shock as they listen to the man's statement.

The pastor goes on to say that he has done everything to secure his life in eternity, he has done.

The intrigued influencers ask how the servant of God has done this, to which he says

"I have done it," as the clip ends dramatically.

What does the Bible say about going to heaven?

One is John 3:16, where Jesus says:

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“For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in him would not perish, but have eternal life.”

The second is the Apostle John, who said:

“I have written these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God (Jesus), that you may know that you have eternal life.” 1 John 5:13

According to The Heaven Guy, John clarifies that God intends for His children to KNOW that they will go to heaven and live forever.

Social media users react to pastor's sermon

News of pastors doing shocking and questionable things, such as making congregants strip naked or spraying Doom insecticide on people's faces, has become surprisingly normal in Mzansi. Shocking indeed.

Social media users were amused by the influencers' take on the pastor's boastful claims. Check out some of the comments below:

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local_trends01 replied:

"BROWN envelope works everywhere ."

Kenjirh Omaidarh asked:

"Wait, he's there with you guys. What if you guys are already.....???"

Just chifhiwa said:

"Lol, I don't think people got that last last part ."

Siawah reacted:

"Yivale mfana ."

Nathi-RSA replied:

"Sicela i-list ."

fierosseffortz responded:

" uqedile apha."

Abdul Aziz replied:

"But that doesn’t mean you’ve made it. Anything is possible ."

zanele said:

"It's the confidence for me ."

DJ_NGR SA wrote:

"Let him cook the confidence ."

Bri Bri reacted:

" Ey ungxakile lomfundisi ."

Pastor spotted smearing his spit on churchgoer’s face during sermon

Meanwhile, reported in a previous story that another pastor Mike Todd was captured at the altar with a churchgoer as he spat into his arm several times.

The Oklahoma pastor then smeared all that in the man's face, leaving the congregation in disbelief.

The man of God said this illustrated how receiving a vision from God might get nasty, and also used Jesus's example.

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