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Zambian Prophet Introduces ‘Anointed Milk’ To Sweeten Lives

A prophet in Zambia is buzzing the internet after he introduced what he called ‘anointed milk’ to sweeten the lives of his members.

The Zambian prophet based in the country’s capital of Lusaka says he has discovered a method of sweetening the lives of his congregants.

Prophet Banda (Photo: Face of Malawi)

This controversial discovery has been kicked against by a church mother body, the Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) which says the activities of the Prophet are unbiblical.

According to Prophet David Banda of Altar of Grace, God has instructed him to be using honey and milk so as to chase away any danger that might want to go near the children of God, reports Face of Malawi.

“I use honey and milk in the church because of the revelation that has been given to me by God. The bible says that and I will lead you to the land that flows with milk and honey and that land is Canaan.

“Isaiah 7:14 says therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign, the virgin will conceive and give birth to a son and will call Him Immanuel,” said the man of God upon being interviewed by local reporters.

He continued saying, “God has instructed me to pray for milk and honey and give it to the children of God.”

Prophet Banda said there was really nothing new and peculiar about the anointed honey and milk concept because even most prophets in the bible relied on it.

“Many prophets in the bible used to eat honey, for example John the Baptist used to feed on honey and locusts. Am not giving it to the children of God to bath it or do anything with it but God has instructed me to pray for it and give it to them so that as they eat that honey their lives can become more sweeter than before,” he explained.

Face of Malawi

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