Funny that social media has gone gaga (no pun intended though) with another healing method when an African pastor decided to “anoint” cucumber and sold to members of his congregation.The talk on social media has been centered around how bizarre this healing method was but this is not the first nor the second. African Pastors have been doing weird things all in the name of miracles.
Here are some crazy miracles African pastors took way overboard;Pastor Sprays Insecticide on Members: This photos went viral on social media prompting manufacturers of the product to quickly release information on what to do when the product makes contact with certain parts of the body.
1. Making Church Members Eat Grass
2. Pastors Kissing Female Congregants’ Butts To Heal Them
3. When A Pastor Decided To Suck Out Demons From The Breasts Of Female Members4. When Pastor Asked Church Members To Drop Their Bras And Panties When Coming To Church For Miracles5. Making Church Members Go Naked For Total Healing6. Pastors Making Church Members Eat Snakes For Their Healing7. Pouring Boiling Water On Church Members To Heal Them. 8. Putting Fire In Church Members’ Mouth Saying It’ll Turn To Ice.9. Making Church Members Eat Hair10. Turning Church Members Into Horses And Riding Them11. Having sex with church members in the name of spiritual healing. One pastor impregnated more than 20 members of his church.12. Pastor makes congregants suck his penny in church, says his semen is holy milk13. A young lady has met her death after a failed miracle attempt by her South African pastor. After pastor dropped heavy speaker on her to receive healing14. Grass-eating pastor has congregation drinking petrol15. Pastor washes the sins of his congregation with soap and bleachPastor having sex with a woman who has issues with childbirth in a secret place. “Power, Enter,” Claiming her spiritual pregnancy Haaaa! I can go on and on and you will be amazed at the craziest things pastors do to their congregations all in the name of cleansing and miracles. But, my question is. Who is to blame here? The church members or the pastors?