Prophesy is one of the gifts of the Holy Spirit that very few people have.It is very difficult to prophesize an accurate incident.There have been very many false prophets who have just ended confusing their followers or believers.
Some Kenyan street preachers have always got time to preach to the passers-by in the vehicles and in the streets.Some people have ended up being touched by their preachings thus ending up giving them some little coins for their work to boost their ministry.
Things were unusual for a street preacher in Kithimani market in Machakos.As reported by citizen digital news,the preacher received thorough beatings for predicting about death.This was the second time the preacher was appearing in the market to prophesize on the same.
Unfortunately,his first Prophesy had come to be true,something that angered the hawkers who decended on him.The hawkers recalled an accident that left two people dead after his first Prophesy.It is this fear that led to the preacher's beatings.
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