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Pastor Asks Women In Church To Remove Panties . . . So He Can PRAY Directly Into Their Genitals! (Video)

Pastor REMOVES Woman's PANTIES In The Middle Of Church Service (Shock Pics) Pastorwomen

A popular Christian pastor has gone viral - and sparked amazement and outrage after delivering a controversial Biblical message. The pastor asked his female church member’s to remove their panties during church service, and then blessed their private parts.

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The South African Pastor, Prophet Mboro, is being called a "pervert" after video of the church service leaked online. It's already gone VIRAL.
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Though it is not clear what the pastor was trying to achieve by asking the unimaginable of his congregation as the worship session is going on, however he was heard saying, “Must we stop because somebody does not like it?”

According to the Zambian Observer, Pastor Paseka Motsoeneng popularly known as Prophet Mboro is the subject of discussions on social media after he told his congregants to remove their underwear in order to “attract Angels from heaven.”

The pastor starts out by making the CONTROVERSIAL request - for female church members to remove their panties. To some critics amazement, the church-goers obliged and soon started waving their panties in the air.

Captured on tape, Mboro told them to wave the underwear high and hold their private parts “so that angels can impregnate and bless them.”

While this took place, the pastor placed his hand firmly on his genitals. While he prayed, his members also imitated him and also placed their hands on their genitals.

The crowd followed his word to the latter and the panning footage showed a color of rainbow as the underwear danced in the air, dotting the room as the excited church goers ululated in joy.

Here is the Pastor's explanation for asking the women to remove their underwears:

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There's a bizarre story trending on social media. A Christian minister made a beautiful woman who was in his congregations, remove her underpants. The pastor reportedly blessed her drawers, to remove any evil spirits, and then returned them to her.

And this bizarre act, was done in front of the entire congregation. It would be hard to believe, if it wasn't CAUGHT ON CAMERA.

Online reports say that the identified ‘man of God’ is a prominent African pastor, from Zambia. His congregation reportedly has more than 1,000 members.

Here's how the Zambian Observer described the horrendous act:

The Man of Gold asks a female barren congregant to undress so he could pray for her panties for her to conceive. “My daughter, in the realm of the spirit, I heard God telling me that your barrenness can only be overcame if I pray for your under panties, please undress so that i can pray for it”, the prophet told the woman and she gladly accepted as she was desperately looking for the fruit of the womb. She has been in marriage for 5 years without a child.

The ‘Zambian prophet’ has gone viral. Now more than 1,000,000 people have shared the above image. Most of the people commenting on the photo, are OUTRAGED with the Pastor's actions.

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Comment by goliaph2020 on November 19, 2020 at 5:57am

Anna wrote:

"OMG! I have just noticed this. This person is mentally sick and gets satisfaction from women’s humiliation. I hope someone reported this to the police and he got arrested. Because of sick pastors like this guy, a lot of people lost their faith in God and stopped believing that something good might happen to them. What about those women? Do they realise that they became a victim of mentally sick person, or they do they believe in his magical prayers? We should pray for all those victims and hope that they will recove...."

Unfortunately, there are a lot of sick bastards like this. I even saw one in church. He was also a pastor

Comment by Anna on November 19, 2020 at 4:11am

OMG! I have just noticed this. This person is mentally sick and gets satisfaction from women’s humiliation. I hope someone reported this to the police, and he got arrested. Because of sick pastors like this guy, a lot of people lost their faith in God and stopped believing that something good might happen to them. What about those women? Do they realize that they became a victim of a mentally sick person, or do they believe in his magical prayers? We should pray for all those victims and hope that they will recove....

Comment by Pete on May 16, 2018 at 6:26am

The pastor is a pervert and she is very stupid for doing that.

Comment by Sufferahsmusic Media Prod on May 15, 2018 at 7:17am
Yeah man bless up the fat punnani
Comment by Str8talk4real on May 15, 2018 at 12:58am
Sick people come in all forms of positions.. Please Lord cast your wrath full force on this demon amen.

Comment by mr1stroke on May 15, 2018 at 12:57am
Lol stop praying he was only making sure they were clean in the house of the lord
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