Pastor conjures passport in shoe while praying, SA hilariously reacts

Pastor conjures passport in shoe while praying, SA hilariously reacts

- A man turned to a pastor for help after he failed to get a passport

- A video clip shows the religious leader managing to conjure up the passport through prayer and it left Mzansi in disbelief

- Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the reactions the video generated

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What was supposed to be a miracle left South Africans laughing out loud. A man was filmed going to a pastor for help because he could not get a passport.

The pastor decided to pray for him in front of the entire congregation and he then told the man to take off his shoe.

Inside the pastor's shoe was a passport which left the pastor, and the rest of the church, freaking out.

The video was shared on Twitter by social media user, @Mwes_Drew, however he did not reveal where or when the incident took place.

The tweep captioned the footage:

"Apparently, this guy had been praying for a passport so he can travel. The pastor prayed and then this happened. I can't."

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The video reached more than 431 900 views since it was shared on Sunday and South Africans had jokes.

SuperSport broadcaster Mpho Letsholonyane wrote:

"Needs me a long term visa to a few countries. Where do we find this man?"

Twitter user, @Ribes_L, added:

"So the passport is valid? The pastor has the authority to issue passport?"

Another tweep, @Snapes_Triplex, commented:

"Man that's pure comedy. Who signed that passport, Satan?"

Briefly.co.za previously reported on another pastor who raised eyebrows. A pastor put a bed in his church and a picture of it has gone viral on social media leaving many with divided reactions. While some were amused, others were left scratching their heads.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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