Mzansi reacts to pastor dressing as homeless man to test congregation

Mzansi reacts to pastor dressing as homeless man to test congregation

- A Pastor was filmed disguising himself as a homeless person

- The aim of the disguise was to check how his congregation would react

- The video surfaced on Mzansi social media and South Africans were quick to voice their opinions

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On Monday, Bi Phakathi - who is known for having a passion to help those less fortunate - shared a video of a pastor pretending to be homeless.

The footage shows the religious leader, disguised as a hobo, sitting in front of his church and filming his congregation's reaction.

Instead of reaching out to the 'homeless man', the church members are seen turning a blind eye and ignoring the pastor.

Briefly.co.za gathered the pastor then went into his church and took off the disguise before preaching to the stunned congregation.

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Although it was not revealed where or when the video was filmed, it touched South Africans' hearts.

Beth Dreamsdo ComeTrue commented: "Very sad to watch this, I volunteer at a homeless shelter couple times a month here in the UK, I can't bear to see someone needing help, they always remember you no matter what. Love thy neighbour!"
Michele Turck added: "This moved me in a way I cannot put into words. May each person who watches this be moved by Gods Holy Spirit to do great things in his name! Amen."
Helen Lewis wrote: "That is so you,always willing to help others....may God continue to bless you PI...I do the same in my community."
Andrew Galloway said: "I'm not crying....you're crying! Really moving stuff, so good to see people living out their faith."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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