Anglican Church warns people to be wary of miracles and prophets

The Anglican Church was warned Christians to be wary of being hoodwinked and led astray by self-proclaimed prophets.  Vicar-General Bigboy Gawa of the Anglican Church Province of Zimbabwe accused the new prophets of commercialising Christianity and of taking advantage of desperate people and “lazy Christians”  who seek God only in their times of need.  He stressed that healing and prophecy are and have always been available inn traditional churches.

Vicar-General Gawa said:

There is nothing special or new that these so-called prophets are doing. There has always been prophecy and healing in the traditional church.

These emerging prophets are just taking these principles from the traditional church and perfecting them for commercial purposes

Holy water has always been there, castor oil has always been there in the traditional church but it is not commercialised.

There is exaggeration of some sort in this entire new phenomenon and in the process there are some people who are hoodwinked.

Gawa also questioned the concept of seeding saying:

If people are made to pay hundreds of dollars just to see a prophet today what do you think Jesus would have charged if he chose to?

Access to Jesus and his healing is free of charge. I have first-hand experience because God performed a miracle in my life.

More: Sunday Mail




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One Comment on “Anglican Church warns people to be wary of miracles and prophets

  1. Prophet Makandiwa taught us that if you want to succeed in life dont attack those that have done better than you. The fight that split the Anglican church a few years ago in Zimbabwe was to do with the control of church assets such as shares in British America Tobacco and Delta. Delta brews beer for many zimbabweans to get intoxicated and lose their minds. Some of those cane spirits have more than 40% alcohol content. After drinking their beer some die in accidents, some rape, some divorce, some soil themselves, some commit crimes all in the name of the church making profit and yet they attack one who teaches Jesus and righteousness (Pr Makandiwa). Most of the profits they get at Delta beverages are from the sale of beer and less from non alcoholic drinks. The church intoxicating ordinary zimbabweans yet Prophet Makandiwa preaches salvation. One church preaches intoxication and publicly brews beer for the people and one Prophet prays against alcohol addiction and people get delivered. You judge for yourself who is living the character of Jesus

    We take biblical principles as they are. If they say giving money is evil then they should close their school and teach the children for free. They should stop receiving donations. If the bible says seed time and harvest time shall remain then where is the problem? The anglicans they marry homosexuals and some of the top priests are gay. Luke 6:39 says Can the blind lead the blind? Shall they not both fall into the ditch?…………… Can you be led by homosexuals, whoremongers, drunkards, peodophiles and remain clean yourself?
    Luke 6:43 “No good tree (True believer in Christ) bears bad fruit (bad charecter like homosexuality), nor does a bad tree (wickedness) bear good fruit (righteousness). 44 Each tree (each person) is recognized by its own fruit (character, words, behaviour). People do not pick figs (meekness, patience, gentleness, love) from thornbushes (supporting homosexuals, brewing beer, raping toddlers), or grapes (joy peace faithfulness self control) from briers (anger, lust, fornication, adultery, jealousy, witchcraft, pride, rebellion). 45 A good man (true child of God)brings good things (the character of Jesus) out of the good stored up in his heart (where the Spirit of God dwells), and an evil man (Son of belial) brings evil things (the character of the devil) out of the evil stored up in his heart (demonic possession or influence). For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of……………..You should not throw stones if you live in a glass house. That land from Africa Unity Square going to parliament and all the way to Mukwati and Kaguvi buildings belongs to the Anglican Chuch in Zimbabwe. They get regular proceeds from that land and nobody attacked them for that. Profits from the sale of beer at Delta they use them to construct parishes etc. Aks anglican parishioners how much money they give per month to build parishes and support their pastors. Dont be fooled do an independent research. If money was bad why do they need schools? And why do the pupils there pay fees?

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