It was day four in Manchester city, UK at the RCCG's Jubilee Church on Sunday where prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa was delivering his last sermon which he had earlier promised would be dominated by multiple miracles.
Several stunning scenes said to be miracles were witnessed by this reporter in full view, although this publication remains concerned after the church banned our journalists from taking photographic evidence of the 'miracle' sessions.
The following occured in part:
One man was seen receving healing from a condition of a slipped disk. Another UK resident who had kidney problems prayed for by Makandiwa, was taken to the toilet by a man said to be a doctor present at the conference and it was instantly reported that he was now passing urine, something he was not able to do before according to witnesses.
This reporter was however not given access to verify this 'miracle', and the doctor's identity could not be ascertained nor was it declared at the time of writing.
Another woman who could not see was prayed for and after having received healing according to her words, could now clearly see as she was seen visibly shedding tears of joy.
A second woman who could not walk, as stated at the meeting, ended up being able to run just as people erupted into joyous celebration.
Makandiwa also prayed for other conference delegates who had cancer and HIV and after praying for them, told them to "get tested tomorrow and they will be told it has gone," according to the prophet's declaration.
The preacher was a key guest preacher at the Manchester based Redeemed Christian Church of God, also known as the Jubilee Church RCCG, which was celebrating 10 years of its founding.
But while Makandiwa may have left the get-rich-quick and get-slim-fast crowd high and dry, the Jubilee Church – which averaged 300 congregants on each of the two nights – got a taste of Makandiwa's miracle money after he donated an eye watering £100,000.
Makandiwa – who preaches to an average 5,000 people in Harare every Sunday – told the congregation that he had outgrown the biblical 10 percent tithe.
He declared: "I have gone beyond the traditional and biblical 10 percent. I now give 60 percent of my earnings to God, my family is happy to live on 40 percent. But I'm not saying this should be a standard for everyone."
The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) says on its website that it has 300 parishes in over 30 countries, including its Manchester branch which invited Makandiwa and his Ghanaian "godfather" Prophet Victor Boateng.
Makandiwa's oversubscribed Sunday services, and connections with rich businessmen and politicans, have made him a wealthy man. But even his critics admit the preacher is a kind-hearted man who gives a lot to charity even as he leads a flashy lifestyle and drives supercars.
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