The dead pastor waiting to be ‘resurrected’

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His family is now waiting and praying for the miracle he preached – that he’ll rise from the dead. Photo: iStock
His family is now waiting and praying for the miracle he preached – that he’ll rise from the dead. Photo: iStock

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His family is now waiting and praying for the miracle he preached – that he’ll rise from the dead.

Members of The Miracle Centre came to view Moodley’s body shortly after his death in August and prayed for his resurrection. No one comes to pray for him any more, and the family has been ignoring all calls to fetch the body, says Martin du Toit of Martin’s Funeral Services in Fourways. Du Toit says he is at his wits’ end.

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