Break anything and pay: Pastor warns members falling under anointing

Break anything and pay: Pastor warns members falling under anointing

- A Nigerian pastor recently complained about the manner in which members of his church worshipped

- In a now-viral video, the man of God can be seen issuing out a warning to members who are fond of falling under the anointing and destroying things in the church

- According to him, members who were guilty of this would henceforth pay for any damages caused

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For most Christians, falling under the control of the Holy Spirit especially during worship is something they look forward to and enjoy. However, it appears this man of God has had enough.

In a recent video which has since gone viral, the man of God can be seen on the pulpit issuing an interesting warning to members of his church about how they 'fall'.

Complaining about the number of church equipment that had been damaged due to people falling under the anointing, he warned that the next person to fall and break anything would be forced to pay.

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Break anything and pay: Pastor warns members falling under anointing
He warned church members against damaging church equipment. Photo credit: Naija News Center/ Kingdomboiz
Source: UGC

In his words:

"For those of you that like to fall under anointing, if you fall under anointing and break anything, you'll pay. From today, it is break and pay. Any spirit that breaks anything in this church again will pay.

And then pointing at the camera, the man of God said:

"This camera is one million oh, if you're falling under anointing, don't go there. Tell the demon inside of you not to go this camera o."

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Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, Sting Men Association of Nigeria (SMAN) may have started on social media as a joke but it appears not everyone is taking it to be what it is.

Case in point is a Nigerian man of God identified as Goodheart Val Aloysius. He recently took to Facebook to share his thoughts about the faux association.

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Aloysius in a recent post warned against the practice being extended to men of God and the ministry as it could lead to death.

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