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Fake Miracle!!! See How Casket Seller Exposed Popular Pastor Who Raised A Dead Man

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Pastor Lukas can be seen shouting “rise up” to a man lying down in a coffin who then jerks upright to cheers from worshippers.

When the video of a South African pastor raising a man from dead in his church went viral, many reactions followed from shock to uncertainty to intrigue.

While some were unbothered about what was going bothered were intrigued and wanted to know if the video wasn’t doctored.

In the viral video, a South African man of God, Pastor Alph Lukas of Alleluia Ministries, was seen reviving a supposed dead man brought to his church by his landlord and family members.

Pastor Lukas can be seen shouting “rise up” to a man lying down in a coffin who then jerks upright to cheers from worshippers.

However, after due investigations, it was discovered that the miracle was actually staged by the pastor and the alleged resurrected man and family.

Pastor Alph Lukau revealed the truth about the staged resurrection saying he was sorry for deceiving the world as the man was already alive when he arrived at the church.

Speaking to Gauteng broadcaster Power FM’s Power Drive host Thabiso Tema, Lukau said he was busy with a sermon on Sunday when he was interrupted and told that a person in a coffin had been brought to the church.

“Before entering the premises of the church, the coffin began to shake, meaning the person was alive,” Lukau explained. “I am really sorry for the misrepresentation of facts, the man was not dead and has never been in the mortuary as we earlier said”.

When asked by the host why the man had been brought to the church in the first place, Lukau said:

“I am not sure if I can make a statement that he was brought to me. We are the house of God and I’m just a pastor serving in the house of the Lord. But I am sorry that we didn’t tell people the truth in the first place”, he said.

Lukau said the man was brought to the church by his family, who believed that something would happen if he was prayed for.

He added that further questions about why the man was brought to the church would be better answered by the man’s family.

“I think that they brought the person to church because they believed that God had the ability to resurrect the person. but still, our brother was alive even before brought to the church and we really apologize for not telling the truth in the first place,” Lukau said.

Meanwhile, three funeral companies who claimed they were manipulated by the “scheme” say they are taking legal action against the Pastor for damage to their reputation.

Kingdom Blue, Kings & Queens Funeral Services, and Black Phoenix told local media that church representatives tricked them in different ways.

“Alleged family members of the deceased,” told the Kings & Queens Funeral Services they had had a “dispute with a different funeral service provider”.

The customers also allegedly placed “Black Phoenix stickers on their private car” to look credible to Kings & Queens Funeral Services when they went to hire a hearse from them.

“They are made up to try to get money from the hopelessness of our people.”

The funeral companies say they were manipulated into being involved.

The spectacle, seen outside Pastor Lukau’s church near Johannesburg, has been ridiculed and condemned by many.

“There are no such things as miracles,” the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CRL Rights Commission) told South Africa’s national broadcaster.

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