Zimbabwe Pastor claims to have God’s number

first_imgPaul Sanyangore, a pastor at Victory World International Ministries Church in Zimbabwe appeared to be speaking to God on phone before the congregation during a church service.The pastor claims to have a direct phone number to heaven, after a video of him talking on the phone during a church service emerged, reports the Citizen.In the video, the pastor can be seen holding his cellphone and responding to God’s questions. After calling a woman from the crowd, and as she kneels down, he then starts receiving instructions from “heaven”.“Hello‚ is this heaven? Is it heaven? I have a woman here‚ what do you have to say about her?” the phone call started, the pastor starts asking the woman personal questions from God on the other side of the phone.The Pastor asked personal information revealed by “God” about the woman who was responding in the affirmative.The pastor spoke while assuming the role of connecting a woman and God infront of a cheering crowd.“…He says we should pray for your children. two of them. He is saying the other one is epileptic, the other one is asthmatic … Heaven is online. God is telling me to tell you that your story has changed,” he said before ending the call.Yelling in jubilation to his congregants‚ the pastor screamed “heaven is online!”The pastor said that he will share Gods number when the time is right on Bulawayo 24 after going viral online.“I have a direct channel, actually I have His number and I can call Him when need arises. It is possible to talk to God; why would you doubt that I got a call from Him? I actually have a direct line which I can call Him on and get instructions on how to proceed. I got this when I was praying and I heard a voice telling me to call direct,” he was quoted as saying.last_img read more

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Treadwell will be ‘full go’ by fall, Freeze gives other injury updates

first_imgLaquon TreadwellLaquon TreadwellOXFORD – Hugh Freeze spent most of his time on the Southeastern Conference spring football teleconference running down a long and winding list of injuries. At one point, Ole Miss’ coach stopped midsentence to ask, “Who am I forgetting?”The build of injuries, especially along the offensive line and at wide receiver, certainly hampered some of the Rebels’ progress during spring practice. But Freeze seemed optimistic most will be back in time for fall camp – most notably wideout Laquon Treadwell. Treadwell, who dislocated his ankle and fractured his fibula when lunging into the endzone against Auburn, called himself “85 percent” healthy this spring. He was held out of all contact drills, but got some work running routes on air. Freeze said he expects Treadwell, a projected first round draft pick in next year’s NFL Draft, to be “full go” by fall camp. “We’ll put him in some contact. You have to. It won’t be every day. It will certainly be guarded,” Freeze said. “But he’s got to be back to feeling comfortable and playing in this league, with how physical it is. We held him out in spring. That should give him enough extra time. We think he’ll be full go when camp starts.” Freeze also provided an update on Laremy Tunsil, whose path to recovery is almost one month behind Treadwell’s. The All-American left tackle suffered the exact same injuries in Ole Miss’ Peach Bowl loss to TCU. Freeze said the training staff sent him video on Monday of Tunsil running for the first time. Tunsil entered spring camp still on crutches, then was placed in a walking boot for the final two weeks. “He looked good. We’re very optimistic,” Freeze said. “Doctors feel like everything is healing nicely.” So are most of the other injured offensive linemen, Freeze said. At one point during spring, the Rebels practiced with just eight healthy offensive linemen. They finally got to 10 healthy options just in time for the Grove Bowl. Freeze said Daronte Bouldin has been cleared after having shoulder surgery in the offseason. The rest of the once-walking-wounded offensive front won’t be far behind him. Sean Rawlings will be cleared in a week. Robert Conyers had a second knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus this spring and is expect back within the month. Aaron Morris still has a month left before he’ll be released to start running on his injured knee. However, Freeze said sophomore Davion Johnson’s football-playing days are probably over after battling through concussions during his career. “We certainly wish we had a healthy spring with the offensive line. We got to get those guys healthy,” Freeze said. “They’ll play a big part to our success this year, along with our quarterback play. We’re very confident in the fact that the ones we had out there for our 15 days (pf spring practice) got better.”last_img read more

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