Apostle Maseko red cards flagrant violations

2018-03-01 06:00
Apostle Dr Khaya Maseko.

Apostle Dr Khaya Maseko.

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In a week that saw Christendom facing severe criticism following the alleged involvement of Seven Angels Ministry members in a cold blooded massacre of policemen in Engcobo, a firebrand preacher takes to the pulpit on Saturday dishing what he calls a ‘Red Card’ sermon.

The Salvation Church of the Revival Faith’s founding father Apostle Dr Khaya Maseko said the sermon titled the ‘Red Card Crusade’ will touch on many thorny issues with the hope that it “sends the message to the heart”.

“A red card is normally shown by the referee to a player that is being sent off field for flagrant violation. In other words it’s a punishment for an offense committed in a game,” said the Apostle.

He said his sermon will tackle “false prophets and demonic forces” that continue to cause confusion in the Christian arena.

“Many people across the nations find themselves crippled spiritually because of the choices they make, we are simply giving Lucifer the red card to stop inflicting pain, strife and misfortunes on God’s people.

“We are sick of atrocities that’s why introduce the Red Card,” he explained.

The Salvation Church of the Revival Faith’st steward Pastor Lulama Mabija said they expected a huge crowd to attend the sermon at 3pm on Saturday.

“The Apostle’s wisdom has found its way into the hearts of many congregants and some through the word of mouth have indicated the readiness to come, listen and make the necessary changes in their lives,”said Pastor Mabija.

Pastor Mabija said last week the church held a march against social ills from Mew Way Hall to their Makhaza congregation.

Meanwhile the South African Council of Churches has joined calls for the shutdown of Seven Angels Church, used as a hideaway by the gang allegedly responsible for the deadly attack on the Ngcobo police station last week.

The SACC on Tuesday expressed disappointment that criminal gangs with weapons were found sheltered in a church.

Last week Wednesday five police officers and an off-duty soldier were killed during the robbery at the Ngcobo Police Station.

Two days after the incident, police killed seven suspects, arrested 10 and injured three, on the premises of Mancoba’s Seven Angels Church.


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