Pay up or stay broke: Prophet Black Elisha’s sh0cking comments set tongues wagging

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Prophet Black Elisha

Bulawayo-based Prophet Mduduzi Dube popularly known as Black Elisha is facing criticism from some Christians for charging up to USD 150 for one-on-one spiritual sessions.

Some churchgoers say the fees go against the Bible’s teachings and commercialize prophecy. Nomsa Ncube said:”Prophets are not required to charge but receive offerings willingly from those blessed and healed.” Hardlife Mpofu argued most church members rely on prophets as they lack a personal relation with God.

But others defended Black Elisha, saying like tithes, a consultation fee shows the session is taken seriously. Tinashe Moyo said:”If you’re not paying, you don’t see prophets as men of God.”

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Black Elisha says the fees fund church development and preaching. He argued:” Life is a battle, strong prayer atmospheres access blessings. It’s like expensive restaurants – the fees guarantee service and atmosphere.”

Last year, Prophet Bruce Edwards of KEC Church also faced criticism for charging up to USD 20 for spiritual sessions and USD 6 for lunch services. The fees divide Christians on whether divine blessings are linked to monetary payments.

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