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Monday, 18 July 2016
Rev. Natasha's Embu church involved in witchcraft attack
You are probably a Sunday Christian and this is the one time you want to put on a religious act to get it right with God.
So you prepare yourself and depart for morning service, making sure to sit in the middle- not front where you will be labelled a ‘holy joe’ or at the back where you will be labeled a ‘here but not here congregant’. The middle.
It helps that your pastor, Reverend Natasha, has been labelled the hottest pastor in Kenya so you are assured of something interesting during the service.
Pastor Lucy Natasha of Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries International. Photo-Citizen TV.
And then it happens. During the special needs prayer, and because you generally don’t consider yourself special needs, you stand there watching as others troop to the pulpit to get their dose of healing.
You are the watchful eye on behalf of God, monitoring the crowd for those fakers who put on a religious show during prayers.
It was reported that a few brave souls caught it and burnt it with petrol.
“When we tried to kill the snake, it started transforming into many creatures. At one moment it looked like a caterpillar, then it swelled up to take the shape of a butterfly. It is sad that people are still practicing witchcraft in this age,”claimed the reverend as quoted in Nairobi News.
It took a team of faithful pastors to pray for the said woman.