CONTROVERSIAL Miracle Prophet Nkosingiphile Dlamini of Bread of Life Ministries is now claiming to have taken people to heaven, where they claim to have seen God.
This is according to the brethren of two ministries he visited during an all night prayer at White River, Mpumalanga Province over the weekend.
â€śSome people were taken to Heaven while some started prophesying. One lady was taken to Heaven and she started prophesing that there is a girl who has bad dreams, she sleeps with different men every night, she called the girl to come and receive her deliverance. The young girl came and my father delivered her such that even now she is free thanks to father Babe Prophet,â€ť said a member Sanele Nxumalo.
Prophet Dlamini during an interview yesterday said he had sent some members of the congregation to Heaven and some of them had a chance to interact with angels, while others saw God....
Well stated, Christopher. Not only do these false preachers laugh and taunt, if you listen to them you can hear them speak in a very pronounced guttural, demonic tone. I think that it is very possible that these wolves are passing along demons onto these gullible people. While much of what one sees is phony, much of it, undoubtedly,then is probably for real- people writhing around on the floor after having had hands laid on them by demon-filled "exorcists".
I have watched some pastors on YouTube, well known names, do some very odd things as the focal point of their ministries. Their ministries are focused on exorcisms and in every video I have scanned, they always laugh at, taunt, ridicule, challenge, and threaten the "demons" as they scream their orders for it to come out of the "afflicted". One of them is Bob Larsen, and the others are well known Nigerian pastors. Really crazy to watch some of these. Not only is the arrogance of these "exorcists" astounding, but so are the shows that the "posessed" put on. What I'm getting at is that if people would only read and study their bibles, as opposed to listening to whatever comes from the mouths of men and stop basing God on experience, people like these would be carnival side shows, exposed as wolves, and not be made fabulously wealthy from their snake oil sales. Amazing how man entrusts their eternal spirit to the follys of mere man; believing any crazy thing that falls from the lips of false prophets, healers, psycics, and popes.
Sounds abit like Eastern mysticism to me. Yes he probably took them in a trance to a higher plane and they met a bunch of demons posing to be Angels. Very common are these out of body experiences to those who practice satanic practices. That would be my best guess of their so called heavenly experiences. None can see God and live
When I read about false scammers like this man I can't help but wonder why don't the true brothers and sisters in the faith put a good foot in rear end of folks like this instead of sitting by and allowing this to go on.