Prophet orders congregation to eat live snake - Pictures

Prophet orders congregation to eat live snake - Pictures
Published: 14 July 2015 (2246 Views)
Prophet Penuel Mnguni, the leader of the End Times Disciples Ministries in Pretoria, South Africa is back in the news after ordering his followers to consume a live snake, telling them it would taste like chocolate.

The controversial church posted images on Facebook showing Penuel dangling a live snake and dropping it into the mouths of his congregants.

"Man of God declared a snake to become a chocolate (chomp) and the congregation ate it. We have authority to change everything into anything and it will obey because of our authority," read a post on the church's Facebook page.










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