Skip to comments.Christian pastor tells South African congregation to drink RAT POISON to 'show forth their faith'
Posted on 02/10/2017 8:41:26 AM PST by Morgana
A Christian pastor in South Africa has sparked outrage after encouraging worshipers at his church to drink deadly rat poison.
Pastor Light Monyeki told worshipers at the Grace Living Hope Ministries to drink from a bottle of water laced with noxious Rattex to 'nourish their bodies' and 'heal their sickness'.
After the pastor took a sip from the bottom, 'a multitude of congregants voluntarily ran to the front to have a drink of the deadly poison', the church claimed.
Sharing pictures of Monyeki pouring the poisoned water down congregants' throats, the church wrote in a Facebook post: 'The man of God, Prophet Light Monyeki demonstrates power of faith by causing congregants to drink Rattax; deadly poison to show forth their faith.
'As he was doing that he said we do not need to proclaim faith because we are believers. If nyaope [a street drug] boys can smoke Rattax for more than eight years, who are we? Death has no power over us.
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It’s not a mega-church but it’s mega church CREEPY!
It is written that thou shall not tempt the LORD thy God.
His brain does not fill its cranial cavity.
Paging Jim Jones..............
He is definitely not Christian no matter what he claims
Sounds like a plan for the USA. All that’s needed is a native charismatic leader of the coalition of SJW’s and an unlimited supply of DemoRattex which will be made in the USA.
Jesus answered, “It is said: ‘Do not put the Lord your God to the test.’”
“Paging Jim Jones..............”
Its a start.
LOL, my first thought Guyana Kool Aid
Are you in Anderson Valleys Philo
If I had a dollar for every time my Priest asked me to drink rat poison...
A different kind of Kool-Aid,
Seems kinda like Simon the magician, seeing God as a way to gain magic powers rather than an eternal father to come home to.
"In 1951, [Reverend Jim] Jones (Jonestown) began attending communist meetings and rallies in Indianapolis. Jones became flustered at harassment he received during the McCarthy Hearings, particularly, regarding meetings between Jones and his mother with Paul Robeson. This, among other things, provoked a seminal moment for Jones where he asked himself "how can I demonstrate my Marxism? The thought was, infiltrate the church.""
"In the summer of 1977, Jones and most of the 900 members of the People's Temple moved to Guyana from San Francisco after media pressure built. Jones left the same night that an editor at New West magazine read Jones an article by Marshall Kilduff to be published detailing allegations by former Temple members. Jones named the settlement Jonestown after himself.
Jones purported to establish Jonestown as a benevolent model communist community stating, 'I believe were the purest communists there are.'  Jones' wife, Marceline, described Jonestown as "dedicated to live for socialism, total economic and racial and social equality. We are here living communally." Jones wanted to construct a model community to show others and stated that Prime Minister of Guyana Forbes Burnham 'couldnt rave enough about us, uh, the wonderful things we do, the project, the model of socialism.' In that regard, like the restrictive emigration policies of the then Soviet Union, Cuba, North Korea and other communist republics, Jones did not permit members to leave Jonestown.
Jones and several members argued that the group should commit "revolutionary suicide" by drinking cyanide-laced grape flavored Flavor Aid (often misidentified as Kool-Aid) along with a sedative.
One member, Christine Miller, dissents toward the beginning of the tape. When members apparently cried, Jones counseled "Stop this hysterics. This is not the way for people who are Socialists or Communists to die. No way for us to die. We must die with some dignity." Jones can be heard saying, "Don't be afraid to die" and, regarding death as "just stepping over into another plane" and that "[death is] a friend." At the end of the tape, Jones concludes: "We didn't commit suicide, we committed an act of revolutionary suicide protesting the conditions of an inhumane world." Children were given the drink first and families were told to lie down together. The mass suicide had been discussed in simulated events called "White Nights" on a regular basis, while members drank liquid Jones first told them was poison during at least one of those White Nights.
Well, the Pope is telling Catholic congregations that they need to accept Muslim refugees into their nations and communities. Not much different than drinking rat poison, in the end.
Made me think of democRAT cult leaders and all the mental poison they’re giving thier hysterical followers.
Jim Jones and kool-aide. People never learn.
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