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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Zimbabwean Pastor Paul Sanyangore "Calls God On Phone" During Service

A Zimbabwean pastor, Paul Sanyangore, has introduced a new dimension to televangelism.





In a widely televised church service, Sanyangore had called a number on his phone.

The line was obviously picked up at the other end, and the pastor engaged in the heavenly conversation as follows, while the seeker, a woman, kneels before him:

Pastor Sanyangore: “Hallo! Is this heaven? I have a woman here, what do you have to say about her?”

The phone isn’t on speaker mode, but the pastor delivers on whatever the receiver at the other end says.

Continuing, Sanyangore says,

“Oh, I should ask her who is Sibou, Sibou?”

The woman gives a response.

The phone call continues:

“What else, Papa God?” Papa God seems to have responded promptly as the pastor says:

“God is telling me to ask you why is it you showing me a heart?” (sic)

The woman gives an answer; the congregation cheers and the phone call with Papa God continues:

“He says we should pray for your children… Two of them. He is saying the other one is epileptic, the other one is asthmatic…

“He is saying I should ask you who is in Bulawayo?”

The woman responds, to which the tongue-talking pastor shouts: “Devil is a liar…”

At the end of it all, the pastor orders the kneeling woman to stand up, announces to her that her story has changed, lays hands on her or, if you would, pushes her down and the woman falls…

Paul Sanyangore is known for his controversial, if questionable, manner of ministration.

According to Zimbabwean Newsday, 30-year-old Sanyangore once anointed some condoms for members’ use.

Punch




39 comments:

  1. hahahahaha i hope it is iphone 7 you are using to call ya god?

    Zimbabwe will never cease to amaze me. Shebi una government say make una use goat for payment. funny people

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    1. Why didn't he put it on speaker?

      Longeesssttttt Hiiissssss.!

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    2. Hahahahahahahahahahaha, rubbish nonsense!

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    3. This whole charade is becoming unbearably ridiculous. God pls have mercy on your people. May we have the discerning spirit to test all spirits and know which is truely from you.
      Africa my Africa.
      While in the US a while back I saw one black tele-evangelist that when people call in, he tells them their problems and prays for them. I am sure if we search well, the guy will most likely be an African.
      But why is it always blacks?

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    4. "Africa, my Afrixa
      Africa of the proud warriors in ancestral savannahs" 😒

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ kolo.

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    6. Africa of whom my grandmother sang at the bank of the distant river.

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  2. Oh my! What is it with all this "pastors"? So, he has God's phone number? And his congregation believe this crap!

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  3. πŸ˜…πŸ˜…
    Religion is the opium of the masses. Last last, you go dey alright

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  4. These people do too much! God is not mocked.

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    1. He should share the number make we too call. Help me ask the comedian which network God dey use.


      Probably calling his occult leader

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  6. Hahahahaha funny congregation...
    Hailing the 'pastor's' stupidity.

    Na this type dey enter lion's den to prove a point.

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  7. some people no dey fear God fa. him no even dey fear say God can strike him dead

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  8. I don't understand this world again o
    Am waiting for the number,so I can call to..

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  9. So, why didn't he put it on speaker so that his congregation would have the 'privilege' of knowing what God sounds like🀣🀣🀣

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  10. Lols, na only the pastor Waka come

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  11. I've never met a set of people as gullible as 'Christians'. Whatever their pastor tells them is right. It leaves me wondering if we don't read the Bible any more. A lot of our so-called Christians have left God to worship Pastors/Men of god. As Christians, one should be able to discern right from wrong if truly you are filled with the Holy Spirit.

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    1. Africans are annoyingly too religious and its worrisome

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    2. Honestly, Africans are too religious, yet the continent is still lagging behind, even oyibo wey bro g religion no do reach we black people

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  12. Heaven on line indeed!

    Krix signing out via iPhone 7+

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  13. Iya Oshoronga of Blogosphere23 May 2017 at 10:14

    God.... telephone.. this pastor is surely mad to involve God in his tomfoolery.

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  14. So this is what they have turned God to

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  15. I hope atheist won't drop a comment on this post πŸ˜’

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  16. Mad people!indii ala,nonsense...

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  17. So you dont God's number ?? What a wawuuu
    I have his direct line .and I call him all the time on it .and he speaks to me and I listen .we are buddies .we chat and gist all the time .he is one phone call away you know ...

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  18. God is not God that He should lie. That Pastor is abusing the Grace of God upon his life. And that same Grace can still disgrace him.

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    1. Which kain grace? He is just a business man.

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  19. I cant believe people with 'small sin' will still be in hell with this terrible peopleπŸ˜₯. This is blasphemy of the highest order. His members are brain washed.

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    1. Lol@small sin.Sin is sin in the eyes of God,no small no big sin.but at times i still see some kind of sin as small sin compared to some kind of sin sha lemme not lie

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    2. Hell must have ranks, I think.

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  20. Is it that people no longer read the bible that they allow themselves to be brainwashed this way?
    They are really mocking God.

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  21. May God deliver us from CHURCHBERLISTS. Christians have become too lazy to read their bibles that is why these commercial prophets who use low level marine powers are thriving

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  22. Lwkmd joke of the century

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  23. "annointed some condoms" is all I see. Lol.

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  24. Hahahaha nothing person no hear

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