Limpopo pastor insists poison spray not harmful to congregants

Pator Lethebo Rabalago of the Mount Zion General Assembly in Limpopo Province, says his congregants do not get hurt when he sprays Doom insect poison on them because he does it when they are 'in spirit'.

God can use anything. God can use the mud. God can use saliva. God can use even poisonous thing to deliver people.

Pator Lethebo Rabalago, Mount Zion General Assembly

We are led by the Holy Spirit. The Bible says in the Book of Mark 16 says those who believe in My name shall do all things. We believe in the name of Jesus. We believe we can do everything. We believe we can make to drink petrol, eat grass, spray doom, and they can be delivered.

Pator Lethebo Rabalago, Mount Zion General Assembly

He says he is not worried that the police may arrest him for causing harm to people. He says he is already 'arrested in Christ'.

Listen to Pastor Lethebo Rabalago in the audio below...


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