South African Pastor Turns Woman’s Hair Into ‘Food’ And Worshippers Eat It [PHOTOS]

Friday, July 03, 2015

A pastor in South Africa who operates a church called End Time Disciples Ministries has performed another bizarre scene in which he purportedly ‘turned’ the hair of a woman into food which was consumed by church members.



The photos which were shared on Facebook in June, 2015 on the church’s page show a man placing his hand on a woman’s head and then other people are seen eating a patch of hair, supposedly, from the woman’s head.

The pictures were shared on Facebook with the words:
“Man of God held the head of woman of God Thapelo from Mabopane and her hair turned into food for the sons and daughters of God to eat. Everything depends on what we say because we carry life in our tongue.”
Isn’t this magic? I still don't understand how these church goers fall for these scams cos from my eyes, i see the ladies eating hair and not food.

There's something not right with south African Pastors. Am sure you must have heard about Pastor Lesogo who told his church members to eat grass like goats, Whether they were hypnotized or not, nobody can say, but they crawled like animals and cleared the field.  Later the same Pastor Daniel Lesogo gave his church members Fuel to drink after turning It Into Pineapple Juice Followed by another incident where he was pictured stepping on church members during a deliverance section.

Well i dont know what to make of this latest incident, peep more photos when you continue...




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