Lukau strikes again: 'Resurrection' pastor performs more 'miracles'

Lukau strikes again: 'Resurrection' pastor performs more 'miracles'

Pastor Alph Lukau reportedly healed severely ill patients during his sermon on Sunday and photos of the miracles were posted on social media.

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A couple of months ago, Briefly.co.za reported on a viral video which showed Pastor Lukau 'resurrecting' a man.

The infamous miracle cause quite the stir online and Lukau even ran into some legal trouble. However, instead of laying low, the 'resurrection' pastor continues to do 'God's work'.

"Oh Lord take Your glory. We witnessed amazing instant healing miracles in church today. This morning families delivered seriously ill relatives to AMI seeking the healing power of God. What would make a family transport their loved ones over such great distances? Jehovah Rapha! For what no man can do - our God can do," the post was captioned.

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Lukau strikes again: 'Resurrection' pastor performs more 'miracles'

'Resurrection' pastor performs more 'miracles'. Photo credit: Alph Lukau/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Lukau strikes again: 'Resurrection' pastor performs more 'miracles'

'Resurrection' pastor performs more 'miracles'. Photo credit: Alph Lukau/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

The photos left social media users divided, while some praised Lukau, others slammed him for being a fake.

Jaco Van As commented: "My dear Alph Lukau. It is ok. You can deceive man, but you CANNOT deceive God the Father. Try as you might. You actually are the one who needs the healing my friend."
Jose Fransico said: "Aaaa you you are looking for trouble . How can ambulances deliver people terminally ill dressed like that . You have taken South Africans for granted too much . Watch your space after elections. You gonna go back to DRC bare footed. Dairies this."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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