- South Africans were touched by the heartbreaking story of a homeless man
- The man used to be a pastor before his life fell apart
- However, Mzansi came together to help him and he had since been reunited with his family
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South Africans have come together to help a former pastor who was living on the streets.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that a sad video has been shared on social media showing a man living on the streets.
BI Phakathi has changed the life of a man who is living on the streets. The man used to be a pastor before he became homeless. The Good Samaritan bought him food, clothes and even took him for a haircut.
Phakathi has since provided an update on the former pastor's situation and it warmed South Africans' hearts.
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"Hi guys I am grateful to say the big man is back at his family home, we have been talking with the family they got united with him and they are doing everything they can to help him get back in shape, please keep them in your prayers. Job well done love you," he wrote on Facebook.
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South Africans were happy to hear that the man had been reunited with his family.
Minnie Oberholster wrote: "Wow so glad he is with his Family again God Bless you for everything you do its amazing."
Jacqueline Morekhure commented: "I am so humbled... words cannot begin to explain the way I feel... abuti please encourage others who are blessed like you to give... cause the hand that gives is blessed more than the one that receives... We draw strength from people like you...God pour his blessings on you... Amen."
Margareth Erasmus added: "Woww! May God bless you in abundance for bringing change in so many lives. We thank God for restoration and healing in this man's life."
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