- The two prophets met on Saturday
- They agreed to stop bashing each other in their sermons
- For 5 years, they have been in a seemingly endless war of words
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and Prophet Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng have ended their five-year war of words.
The leaders of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Ministries and Incredible Happenings Ministries met on Saturday in Midrand, Gauteng, Briefly.co.za learned.
According to a Sunday World report, Bushiri and Mboro now plan to work together going forward. They will henceforth stop bashing each other in their sermons.
After the meeting, Bushiri said:
I feel it's a great achievement and honour to the body of Christ. It is the way things must always be. Men of God must reconcile and serve God in unity. We serve the same God.
It [the relationship] will be that of mutual understanding and love as God taught us love.
Bushiri said he fired a disciple in his church who had "planted" a story of Mboro going to heaven to meet God. The story attributed the claim to Prophet Mboro. Bushiri explained:
I know how painful it is to be lied to. There was one guy who would do some work for the ministry, but when we learnt he was among those fighting prophet Mboro, we fired him.
He hoped that other pastors would follow suit and build unity "in the body of Christ."
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For his part, Mboro expressed happiness at the truce and praised Bushiri for taking action against the man sowing divisions between them. He said:
I concluded then that this man was acting on Bushiri's instruction but I realised after my meetings with him that I was wrong. I'm satisfied he had nothing to do with it.
We are servants of God and we serve one God, and fighting among ourselves is not necessary. I will be with him in all the storms that he is facing as part of #Mboro50.
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