Mzansi reacts to Bushiri claiming God has no control over this world

Mzansi reacts to Bushiri claiming God has no control over this world

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri recently told his congregation that God has no authority in this world, however, our readers disagree with him.

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On Tuesday, Briefly.co.za reported Major One recently told his congregation that God has no power on this earth.

According to Bushiri, Genesis 1:28 states that God gave authority to Adam and Eve. However, when Adam disobeyed God, the devil received the power.

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"The only problem is that though God watches over this world, He has no authority over what happens in this world,” he said.

The remarks sparked quite a heated reaction and we gathered the majority of our readers did not share Bushiri's views.

So, we have decided to take a look at some of our readers' comments.

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Clive Victor Mwenya Mwitupa said: "Christ defeated the devil on the cross of Calvary and said...' All authority has been given unto me' ... There is no greater name than the name of Jesus Christ."
Young Ma Prr wrote: "The Bible says ,at the end of the world,there will be false prophet that us people who are living on earth we will believe to them,so I my self I trust God he has more power than you,in name of father, son and Holly spirit Amen."
Lerato Moloi commented: "Major one has a major brain problem."
Mzansi reacts to Bushiri claiming God has no control over this world

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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