By Staff Reporter
HARARE – Flamboyant Zimbabwean preacher Prophet Uebert Angel surprised one of his followers last week Sunday when he handed him the keys to a brand new Range Rover Sport worth over US$100 000.
The lucky follower narrated how the preacher had called him and his wife to his office. Prophet Angel took them to the parking lot and handed them the keys to a brand new Range Rover Sport with personalised number plates, “PSALM 23:5”
“A car worth well over $100 000 was presented to the couple as a gift not for anything that they had done but because it is the nature of prophets to give.
“The prophetic ministry is a giving ministry and like prophet Angel always says, ‘The moment I give you a word from God, I am demonstrating how the prophetic office is a giving office,” said a Spirit Embassy statement.
“Notice the man had served God faithfully but had been driving a rundown battered car. Time and again he had to be assisted as the car broke down more times that it drove.
“Close associates including relatives made a mockery of the couple and their faith yet in the fullness of time God interjected and intervened with A VEHICLE BEYOND anyone’s grand expectations,” Spirit Embassy said.
In January Uebert Angel bought a Mercedes Benz C200 Kompressor for his spiritual son, musician Mudiwa Mutandwa. The gift he said was in recognition of Mudiwa’s impressive musical year that saw him bagging three awards and ministering the Word of God through song.
The surprise gift came barely two weeks after Mudiwa donated all the proceeds of his United Kingdom shows to charity. Mudiwa said the gift had come as a surprise and he showered praises on Angel.
“Well, this was a surprise gift. Papa (Angel) asked me how my Merc was performing and I told him it was fair. I didn’t know he wanted to upgrade me and the next thing he was handing over the keys to this Kompressor.
“I am so elated and this is simply God’s work, I now believe the saying that goes, ‘the more you give is the more you receive’ is true because this gift comes two weeks after I was involved in charity work,” Mudiwa said at the time.