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Church speaks on death of Pastor Idahosa’s wife during service

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StandPoint has spoken on the death Omamen Iyawe, the wife of Pastor Idahosa Iyawe, Assistant Pastor of The StandPoint Church, Abuja.

Iyawe died on the 4th of March 2018, during Sunday service.

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According to the church, “the 29-year-old mom who was deeply and intensely lost in worship, lifted up her hands and slumped.”

Below is the tribute from the church:
“The StandPoint Church together with the families of the Iyawe’s and Obaseki’s, soberly announce to the public the passing of Mrs. Omamen Iyawe, a profoundly treasured mother, wife, daughter, sister and friend. Oma, the wife of Pastor Idahosa Iyawe, Assistant Pastor of The StandPoint Church.

“She was called to glory on the 4th of March 2018. It was a glorious exit. As Oma, deeply and intensely lost in worship, lifted up her hands, she was called to a higher place of praise and worship.

“Oma was a beautiful soul, an admirable shining example, and a source of inspiration to many people in and outside The StandPoint Church.

“Oma will surely and terribly be missed by many. We cry and we grieve, but we also rejoice in this glorious translation because we know that Omamen Iyawe is not in our past, but alive in our future.

“And now, dear brothers and sisters, we want you to know what will happen to the believers who have died, so you will not grieve like people who have no hope.

For since we believe that Jesus died and was raised to life again, we also believe that when Jesus returns, God will bring back with him the believers who have died”. 1 Thessalonians 4:13-14 (NLT)

“At this time, let us keep the family in our prayers. We all should be strong and strengthen each other in faith.”

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Prophet Rufus Phala makes church members drink bleach

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Prophet Rufus Phala makes his church members drink popular household bleach.

After making his congregation drink Dettol in 2016 » , this time the Senior Pastor of the Ark Centre Ministry in Makgodu Village, Limpopo, South Africa has decided to give them Jik.

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Before giving it to them, the South African prophet assured them that they were not actually drinking Jik because it had been turned into the blood of Jesus Christ.

He encouraged them to drink the bleach so that they could be healed. He went on to liken this ‘miracle’ to the Biblical story of Jesus turning water into wine.

In an interview with the Daily Sun, he explained that he has the power to change one toxic thing into something ‘holy’ by simply making a miraculous declaration.

He said, “Yes, it was Jik before I made the declaration. But after I declared it to be the blood of Jesus Christ it means it’s no longer Jik so it won’t harm anyone who consumes it.”

Reacting to this controversial ‘miracle,’ Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva, chairwoman of the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural‚ Religious and Linguistic Communities, condemned the prophet.

She said, “A true man of God will not do such. We’ll be meeting with the religious umbrellas on Thursday to have a conversation about such acts. We want them to stand up and say, ‘Not in our God’s name’.”

According to the Daily Meal, drinking the undiluted bleach, which is a dilution of about 5.25% sodium hypochlorite in water, causes chemical burns.

Reportedly, six people have died after drinking the bleach while four are in critical condition in the hospital.

Despite this claims, Limpopo police spokesman Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe insists that there have been no complaints. However, he encouraged affected members of the Prophet’s church to come forward.

Meanwhile, another South African preacher is in the news for a controversial miracle. »

In a new Facebook post, Prophet Anointed Seer 1, the founder of Christ Freedom Ministries in

Shesego, Limpopo South Africa, is seen vomiting money for his members

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A clergyman identified as Prophet Andrew Ejimadu impressed his followers in a video which captured him vomiting money » .

The event reportedly occurred during a church service in Limpopo, South Africa.

In the clip shared on Facebook, Ejimadu who is a reportedly Nigerian citizen based in Uganda was presented with a bag where he poured out an undisclosed amount of cash from his mouth.

The congregants who seemed happy about the ‘miracle’ cheered loudly when it came to an end.

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