- Shepherd Bushiri recently headed online to share a sweet clip of his late daughter practicing her violin skills
- The self-proclaimed prophet also shared another post about how he and his family are relying on God to heal them after experiencing such a great loss
- The post received thousands of reactions from his followers who also shared kind words of sympathy in the comment section
Late last month, controversial church leader Shepherd and his wife Mary Bushiri lost their daughter, who was overcome by a long-term illness. The self-proclaimed prophet recently headed online to share a touching clip of the beautiful little one during one of her previous violin lessons.
"This sounds so heavenly," he captioned the post.
In another heartbreaking post, Bushiri also reflects on how he and his grieving family are relying on God to heal them from the pain they are experiencing since their 8-year-old Israella passed away.
"Thank you all for praying and standing with us during this healing time. We believe in God who heals the broken hearted. We will bounce back stronger than ever. We will preach like never before. We will minister healing than we’ve ever before. Jehovah Shammah - our God is here!" he wrote in the post.
Many of his followers showered him and his family with kind words:
Paul Ndhlovu said:
"This is really so beautiful, we truly appreciate our Grandparents and our Uncle, Prophet Jerome Fernando for the comfort and smiles they have put on your faces Dad and Mum, we really love you."
Holland Mulenga said:
"You have a wonderful spiritual father Major 1. Few of that kind exist today. Healing does take long but with such friends be assured God will bring you to His Rest in Jesus Christ’s Name. We love you all!"
Briefly News previously reported that days ago, Israella Bushiri, the eight-year-old daughter of Malawian Prophet Shepherd Bushiri died from a lung infection. The body of the young girl has been brought back to Malawi for her burial with her dad penning an emotional poem on his social media pages.
"Whilst your mother and I are welcoming you back home from where you made your last breath, my heart I pour out to you," he wrote.
Attached to the emotional poem were photos taken at the airport showing the aircraft carrying her remains with family and church members gathered to receive her.
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