- A short clip of a pastor kicking and punching a member of his congregation has been shared online
- The woman appears to be possessed and is presumably receiving "healing" from the pastor
- Many locals thought that the clip was absolutely bizarre and shared many comments about it in the comment section
In a clip that was shared online, a pastor can be seen punching and kicking one of the church members that looks as though she is undergoing a hectic internal struggle. She then proceeds to stumble backward and forward with her arms raised and her eyes closed.
"Jesu," the bizarre clip was captioned.
These days one can see just about anything in the church, spraying congregants with pesticides, releasing gas in their faces, and now karate seems to be another one of those bizarre things that are happening locally and in abroad churches.
Many locals thought that the clip was absolutely wacked-out and shared their thoughts about it in the comment section. Read a few of their comments below:
"11 seconds for me! I’ve never laughed so hard. These charlatans."
"Jaky China would be impressed."
"He was about to smack her forehead, she was like nah we didn’t agree on that."
"South Africans love miracles bro, that's what I can tell you. And those people who have those magic, they make them pay to see these woman jump like this. From there when they have money they make sure to have bodyguards shame my RSA citizens."
In similar bizarre Briefly News, 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.”
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