Madz­ibaba Mu­tumwa to hold back-to-sender ser­vice

Sunday News (Zimbabwe) - - Front Page -

BU­L­AWAYO Prophet Madz­ibaba Mu­tumwa will hold two marathon ser­vices dubbed Hokoyechi­wororo/ Go back to sender, on 26 and 27 Jan­uary at the Sel­bourne Park church shrine in Bu­l­awayo.

Th­ese two-day marathon ser­vices come hard on the heels of a su­per­charged cross­over ser­vice that was highly at­tended on New Year’s Eve.

Fol­low­ing that event, the crowd-puller prophet was in­un­dated with calls from peo­ple re­quest­ing he holds an­other ser­vice. Ac­cord­ing to Madz­ibaba Mu­tumwa, this is a must at­tend ser­vice and mir­a­cles will be the or­der of the day.

“All those who have been trou­bled by gob­lins or any kind of mis­for­tune should come to re­ceive their mir­a­cles. God does not want His peo­ple to suf­fer and so this will be their day to break-off from the chains of bondage and lead a happy and peace­ful life,” he said.

He re­it­er­ated his call say­ing chains of poverty, failed mar­riages and failed busi­nesses will be bro­ken.

“Those who have busi­nesses which have given them peren­nial headaches as they make losses year af­ter year and those who have never tasted the sweet­ness of their mar­riages will have a tes­ti­mony af­ter their at­ten­dance of Hokoyechi­wororo/ Go back to sender ser­vices,” he de­clared.

Madz­ibaba Mu­tumwa said those who want a one-on-one ses­sion with him will get the op­por­tu­nity.

“There are some who will pre­fer to meet me on one-on-one, I will cre­ate time for them,” he said.

Mean­while, a num­ber of peo­ple who wor­ship at his church are bask­ing in glory of tes­ti­monies. Speak­ing to Sun­day Life, one woman had this to say:

“For the past seven years I have been fail­ing to buy a car but af­ter I joined this church I man­aged to buy a car last year,”said Ye­mu­rai Dz­imba.

Reuben Moyo said Madz­ibaba Mu­tumwa is a true man of God.

“His prophe­cies are spot on. He told me what caused my busi­ness to col­lapse and de­tailed in­for­ma­tion that led to my divorce with my first wife in 2001. I had to be­lieve him be­cause all this hap­pened while I was in Canada,” he said.

An el­der at the church Madz­ibaba Joseph said: “More than 200 busi­ness­peo­ple who in­cluded bus own­ers and shop own­ers shared in­spir­ing tes­ti­monies say­ing their failed busi­nesses were now flour­ish­ing,” he said.

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