It’s Not Magic; It’s Miracles And I’m Doing It Again – Lusaka Prophet

With just a few days into 2017, the nation has continued to see miracles and wonders taking place and being performed by self-proclaimed man of God, who has left millions of Zambians puzzled.
Flamboyant Lusaka-based clergyman Prophet Anointed Benard, who is known by his congregants as Commander-1 or more popularly as Seer 1, says God will punish all those saying the miracles of turning water into wine and paper into millions of Dollars as fake. He says last Sunday at his church, Shammah Miracles Embassy, he left congregants astonished when they couldn’t believe that he actually transformed water into different types of wine which many attendants drank. Just on Wednesday, he was seen performing all kinds of miracles in which he restored a lady whose ovaries were removed, whether surgically or by other means is not known.
He says this coming Sunday, more miracles will be performed, as he further urged all those who are not believers in these miracles to attend his church service and experience the Word of God which will wash away poverty in many people’s lives.
Prophet Anointed Bernard has continued making controversial headlines with his miracles, which he began performing some time last year, 2016

12 Responses to "It’s Not Magic; It’s Miracles And I’m Doing It Again – Lusaka Prophet"

  1. kiwi   January 8, 2017 at 11:33 am

    I remember Bernard he was once my classmate at Butotelo Primary school Chamboli kitwe. But I personally doubt him if is really a man of God especially is calling himself Prophet Anointed Bernard just like his fellow prophets seer 1, major 1 and the late commander 1 There all liars.

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  2. Chief Analyst   January 9, 2017 at 1:55 am

    Dear Kiwi,
    If you say you personally doubt him I would agree with you but stating that, “I remember Bernard he was once my classmate at Butotelo Primary school Chamboli kitwe” This is not enough reason. Even Jesus was known as the son of a carpenter. Who said that your classmates cannot become Presidents, ministers, tycoons and indeed Prophets? And by now am sure you have become something different from the time you were at Butotelo. Havent you?

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    • kiwi   January 9, 2017 at 7:34 am

      Just search him on his face book page you will get to know why I doubt him?

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  3. mwakale   January 9, 2017 at 2:34 pm

    Jesus performed miracles to come and solve a need. But today miracles are performed to show how powerful(anointed) one is. This is more reason why many have initiated themselves in satanism so that they can be perceived to be powerful. I pity the unsuspecting worshipers

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  4. Gold Digger   January 9, 2017 at 11:14 pm

    People are dull. Can someone teĺl me when false prophets will be seen?

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  5. kadodo   January 10, 2017 at 9:51 pm

    people nowadays are spiritually blind and they luck faith .they believe in what they can see not hear, poverty has made people to look or miracles not the word of God

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  6. Stephen sichela   January 10, 2017 at 10:20 pm

    alina chilonda niamene akumva kuwawa,am getting back to either ucz,rcz,Anglican or akatolika for salvation,not everyday prophets

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  7. subrina   January 12, 2017 at 11:57 am

    let him also turn sticks to hoes and stones to seed so that people can also be encouraged to work,

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  8. koko nut   January 14, 2017 at 7:58 am

    So so soooooo tired of conmen pastors. If one ever darkens my doorstep the fellow will get the shock of his life.

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  9. new kid   January 14, 2017 at 10:17 am

    Conmen indeed

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  10. Culture   January 16, 2017 at 6:31 pm

    Oweeee

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  11. spy   January 17, 2017 at 10:47 am

    Bafikala aba they need to be sorted out very fast. They are false prophets and think pipo are stupid. Why do miracles of wine and not miracles of turning street kids into better pipo in society? What will wine do to pipo ? Am only going to traditional churches eg ucz, Catholic etc

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