- An unknown pastor seen clapping his congregant has attracted various reactions from Mzansi social media users
- The pastor looks like he is preaching to his church members but some of the social media users are left with many questions
- Some of the reactions seem to suggest that the pastors are abusive to the innocent churchgoers
A pastor seen in a video clip slapping his congregants has caused a stir on social media pages where many have reacted differently. Many of the social media users firmly believe the pastor is doing great in dishing out the ‘klaps’ but some are left questioning his reasoning.
As posted by Goodman Mangethe on Facebook, the video shows people in a church and the man of God comes in preaching a sermon.
However, what is startling is the fact that he can be seen hitting his congregants, who are definitely in pain as the video suggests.
@Nontokozo Madwi said:
“These are the things that make people to see churches as jokes. The aim is to serve God, teach people about His Word and His ways.”
@Vuyani Shusha said:
@Ntokozo Magwaza said:
“Uzuboshwa lobaba (This man will be arrested).”
@Thandeka Nkomo said:
“Ayingeke abuse le (No, this is abuse).”
@Ayanda Dlamini said:
“Engabe inhloso yini (What is the reason or his aim).”
Briefly News ran a story on 10 insane acts committed by pastors from prosperity churches who had attracted a lot of followers across South Africa.
This is primarily attributed to the fact that people are hungry to overcome obstacles in life or to be successful in the easiest and shortest way possible. This situation has given many pastors in South Africa the opportunity to play with their beliefs.
Christianity in Mzansi has been a question of debate for some time now. Most of the religious leaders have been involved in things that leave the world with unanswered questions.
What is more disturbing is the fact that their followers are willing to do whatever their pastors tell them without question.
Some churchgoers were even forced to swallow and eat snakes and others were seen in the recent past being suffocated with dangerous substances or chemicals such as disinfectants or insect killers.
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