Hosea 4:6 – My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.
As the charismatic churches are growing day in day out, prophets and miracle pastors are also increasing in numbers. Disperate people chasing for miracles are also increasing to make miracle quick cash and show faith through the so called miracles.
A controversial South African pastor, Lethebo Rabalango, has come on the lime light again after his so called miracle hit the rock and caused the death of a young lady.
The pastor allegedly put a speaker on top of her body to prove God’s power. To make things worse for the young lady, he added more weight by sitting on top of the speaker citing that the young lady won’t feel pain since God is in control.
According to news making the rounds in the rainbow nation, South Africa, exihibits that the girl died due to internal injuries she sustained.
The pastor and founder of Mount Zion General Assembly, had organised a night of worship at his church in Polokwane on Friday, where he was teaching about demonstration of power in which he emphasized that if Jesus walked on water, he too could do anything with faith.
As he was engaging himself in spiritual affairs, he invited a girl from the praise team and asked her to lie down. He then ordered ushers to carry a big speaker and put on her stomach saying the weight would not harm her.
The pastor sat on the speaker for almost five minutes. To the surprise of many, the lady did not rise and some first aid people tried their luck to help the young lady but it was to no avail.
After the incident, the pastor was quoted saying the girl had little faith for she could not withstand a task he referred to as simple.
In this generation, people have been fed a gospel of miracles which has seen alot of people flocking to different denominations looking for miracles. Some Pastors have been feeding their members live mice, snakes, grass, miracle money, drinking petrol, and driving cars on their backs in the name of a miracle.
This type of gospel has led to many people to be lazy, waiting for a miracle action from their prophets and pastors.