7 reactions Mzansi had to Pastor Lukau's church backtracking on their miracle

7 reactions Mzansi had to Pastor Lukau's church backtracking on their miracle

Pastor Alph Lukau's church backtracked on their miracle, adding the man was already semi-alive when he arrived and that their leader only completed the work God started - a claim Mzansi does not believe.

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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported Pastor Lukau's church changed their story after three funeral services decided to take legal action against him for dragging their names into his 'scheme'.

According to the church, the man was already 'undead' when he arrived, but, Lukau finished the miracle God already started.

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However, our readers are not buying the new version of events and we decided to take a look at some of the comments our readers made about their claims.

Here are seven reactions to the church's revelation:

Favour Gracie commented: "Meaning to say he helped God to finish the miracle???? noway my God doesn't share His glory with anyone."
Bonga Biyela added: "These incidents leave questions about our fellow South African’s state of mind"
John Abbott wrote: "Oh i suppose you can be half dead as well ? Or half pregnant ?"
Kelello Molapo said: "Do these pastors still respect the God they claim to serve? Or are they busy making mockery of everything he represents?"
Ujeni Uyu Laughvirus commented: "thats why they settle in SA for this dramas,SA gvt is iddle. In Malawi our gvt cant allow this. Thats why Bushiri was forced out to do his k*k here kkkkkk."

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10 reactions Mzansi had to Pastor Lukau's church backtracking on their miracle

10 reactions Mzansi had to Pastor Lukau's church backtracking on their miracle

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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