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Magaya, Makandiwa’s 2016 predictions

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance ministries leader, Walter Magaya and his United Families International Church counterpart, Emmanuel Makandiwa say 2016 will bring better economic fortunes despite indications of a tough year ahead.

XOLISANI NCUBE/JAIROS SAUNYAMA

Magaya and Makandiwa made the predictions in their New Year crossover events, saying the change in Zimbabwe’s fortune could see an “overflow and abundance” and “a great harvest”.

The two preachers, who command large followings at their separate church gatherings, told their followers that although 2015 was a challenging year, “God has something special for his people in 2016.”

“God said to me, 2016 is the year of overflow and abundance,” Magaya told multitudes of his followers gathered at his Waterfalls Church in Harare, prompting them to break into song and dance.

In Chitungwiza, it was almost a similar message from Makandiwa as he declared 2016 a year of “great harvest.”

“This is a year of great harvest as there will be no depression and sorrows,” Makandiwa said.

“I know you have suffered enough individually and as a country.

“You have sacrificed a lot and the Lord has told me that 2016 is a year of great harvest.

“Whatever you do, great harvest, in your marriages, great harvest in your finances, great harvest and all you wish for it shall come your way.

“The devil has no chance this year in your life. You shall reap in multitudes. Those who don’t know shall ask why; tell them it is a year of great harvest.”

Magaya said before he made the declaration about 2016, he had spent the greater part of December interceding and seeking God’s plans. He travelled to Nigeria for confirmation of his prophecy from his spiritual father, TB Joshua.

“I am not looking at your situation, you are listening to the declaration, God said to me, overflow into your country, overflow in your life, overflow in your marriage, overflow in your finances,” he said as the church burst into song and dance.

“This year, ask your neighbour; how big is your garage? How big is your house? How big is your wardrobe? Because it is a year of overflow,” he shouted.

“I went to ask my spiritual father and he confirmed this. Yes, I know we are going through tough times as a country, but this year, it is a year of overflow.

“I asked him [TB Joshua], my father, this is what the Lord is telling me, but look at our situation as a country, as Africa, is this true? He said it is true.”

The crossover services at both churches were attended by thousands of people drawn from across the country and beyond, including government ministers, legislators and diplomats accredited to Zimbabwe, among others.

At PHD ministries, congregates were treated to song and dance by Matthias Mhere, Blessing Shumba and others.

As the new year approached, Magaya took to the stage, ordering that all lights be switched off and everyone use an “anointed” candle to “light their lives into 2016”.

The candle light ceremony saw the entire arena being covered with little lights from thousands of candles as the electricity-powered lights were switched off for 15 minutes.

31 Responses to Magaya, Makandiwa’s 2016 predictions

  1. simba January 3, 2016 at 6:09 am #

    sure l dont doubt God but l think the church should be the voice of the poor.who is speaking for the oppressed poor those who are having their houses demolished those who are being fired without pay those who are having their wares confisticated by council police.who is speaking on their behalf can anyone from the church tell this government to go since it has failed its own people

    • jsh January 4, 2016 at 12:14 pm #

      Eish! nothing new from these guys its the same old rhetoric.

  2. Ayasi January 3, 2016 at 6:38 am #

    Ummmmm what about the drought. Ummmmm tichanyeperwa. Bad or good things happen kuti hhukuru hwaMwari huooneke

  3. zimbo January 3, 2016 at 7:25 am #

    Please people of GOD, lets have Jesus first before any anointed oil, candles etc.

  4. Haiwa January 3, 2016 at 7:53 am #

    Why go to TB for confirmation? If the Lord has said so let it be. Mwari watinonamata wechokwadi haana zvokuti ndonobvunza nhingi kuti ichokwadi here.

  5. Men of gold January 3, 2016 at 8:29 am #

    On Magaya’s instructions they are to write of PHD & UFIC as being at par…birds of a feather , or even men of gold flock together.

  6. Princezim01 January 3, 2016 at 8:46 am #

    it’s a pity that some people all they are good at is criticizing. Whether a prophecy is true or false who made you the judge? Are you a prophet yourself to judge a prophecy. The bible says judge all prophecies but it’s spiritual people only who understand prophecy or discernment of spirits who know how prophecy is judged. You who criticize everything look at your life how stagnant it is. All you see is evil, all you can hear is evil and all that come out of your mouth is evil. Don’t you see that something is wrong with you and not the people you criticize. Your life is so miserable and you are going no where in you life except struggling but you want to make people believe you know God better. God have mercy on you.

  7. butro January 3, 2016 at 9:36 am #

    When God say yes no one will say no, so in short there was no need for tb Joshua confirmation.

  8. Cde Mzvinavhu(Prof) January 3, 2016 at 9:46 am #

    Its too refreshing to hear positive voices from the church compared to some foolish pastors who tried to preach death for leaders to gain funds from Western donors. Zimbabwe will most likely benefit from a number of investment projects that will see light in 2016, after more efforts from our government links with foreign investors. Zimbabweans are not given to dying before they are killed. Yes we should be positively forward looking in 2016 , despite the sanctions induced problems and climate problem affecting the SADC region.

    • Mombemumunda January 3, 2016 at 12:59 pm #

      Where are these investments? Miracle investments maybe

      • Cde Mzvinavhu(Prof) January 3, 2016 at 1:08 pm #

        The projects are undergoing the necessary due process and diligence. You can chose to be an uninformed doubting Thomas . But that wont change the success we are expecting.

  9. Khan January 3, 2016 at 10:03 am #

    Hameno Mwari

  10. Vusumuzi Mlilo January 3, 2016 at 10:13 am #

    Yes “overflow and abundance” and “a great harvest” for the prophets as more people will give offerings to the churches in anticipation for spiritual protection from the tough 2016.

  11. zvichapera sedova January 3, 2016 at 10:49 am #

    Nhai iwe Ahazia zvaunoenda kunobvunzira vamwari vabhaari washaya here muporofita werudzi rwako mudzimbabwe. Do you think God is far away from us that you can fly overseas to confirm the forein gods to predict their will in our nation. Pliz people i urge not to follow the crowd on doing wrong god will curse thee. Munhu haararame nechingwa asi nemashoko ose ari amwari, zviverengereiwo shoko ramwari kwete kungotenda zvose zvose and remember the prophecy says ‘though shall rise false prophets they will even command the mountains to move where he likes but you dont believe anenze dzokunzwa ngaanzwe zvinoreva mweya

  12. Jonathiel Moyo January 3, 2016 at 10:50 am #

    The majority of the so-called prophets in Zimbabwe have joined the bandwagon of Mugabe bootlickers. A true prophet would never wine and dine with an oppressor and dictator. True prophets do not behave the way some of those in Zimbabwe are doing. Moses, John the Baptist, Elijah, Jeremiah, Hosea, Amos etc are great prophets who could not bootlick any oppressor no matter what.

    A prophet is the voice of the voiceless, the oppressed. God love His people,hence He appoint prophets to act as His shepherds who protect His sheep.In Zimbabwe the so called prophets have become a sellout cat that dine and wine with mice. I am yet to hear these ‘prophets’ demand the safe return of ITAI DZAMARA. I am yet to hear them condemn the arrest of Pastor Mugadza. I am yet to see them join the human right and other church organisations in demanding justice and peace in Zimbabwe.

    I Jesus Christ had to come today I don’t taking any of the so-called prophets to heaven. These so called prophets have commercialized religion by making pay for what they call healings performed on the oppressed people of this land. It started as ‘miracle’ and one of them threatened to walk on Kariba Dam water for people to believe him he is a prophet. In Shona such things are called MAPIPI,MASARAMUSI the works of a magician.

    There are so many people in Zimbabwe who need shelter,food etc but we hear one the so-called ‘prophets’ paid thousands of dollars for a fraudulent biography of the First Lady. Who doesn’t know that she grabbed a doctorate degree at UZ? She chased away people from a Manzou farm, not one of these prophets condemned that.

    So they should just shut up because they are cowards. They are just magician looking for money because as long as Mugabe and his wife remain at the top its aluta continua, the suffering continues. This year is going to be the worst.As we speak some civil servants are not yet paid. The country has run out of money.

  13. Dr Know January 3, 2016 at 11:52 am #

    I kind of feel sorry for people who are told the same lie year after year, day after day by these Bible in hand businessmen. Why should he have to travel all the way to Nigeria to confirm what God has told him? Wake up people of Zimbabwe and realise you are being taken advantage of by these con men.

  14. John Bere January 3, 2016 at 12:49 pm #

    These so called men of God think their predictions can defy science. The experts predicted drought due to the El Nino weather conditions in 2016 and we can already the effects in Zimbabwe. So where will the heavy harvest come from? People and livestock are already suffering from the effect of drought. The men of God’s predictions are off the mark. Its just fembera fembera! What a waste of time believing in such falsehoods.

  15. Sagitarr January 3, 2016 at 12:50 pm #

    I’m a bit concerned about a “spiritual father” based in Nigeria being an omniscient direct line to God. And I worry that people seem to only look at prosperity in one dimension – material wealth. Moreso, people that attend Church who should be cultivating SPIRITUAL wealth and mental discipline. It strikes me that Zimbabwe is overflowing with desperation of all sorts people wanting to be suddenly rich or wealthy (financially) from nowhere – is it not clear what problems this sort of belief has spread in our communities? This is the disease even in government!

    • Cde Mzvinavhu(Prof) January 3, 2016 at 1:12 pm #

      What disease are you talking about in government ? Its the sanctions stupid!

  16. Jemhusi Bond January 3, 2016 at 1:01 pm #

    This is most odd, if GOD has said it, then you go to a human to confirm what God has said????? And how many years have these guys said the same thing over and over again at the same gathering with nothing coming out of.
    And listen to this “This year, ask your neighbour; how big is your garage? How big is your house? How big is your wardrobe? Because it is a year of overflow,” he shouted. How big can a garage be really, you want an entire car showroom? Its all materialist, nothing about relationship to GOD or CHRIST just materials only, have have have have take take take, shame on those who still believe in this Charlatans. Throw in the name of TB Joshua (another charlatan), make it exciting and believable and the whole place goes crazy, shame, lets see where you will be come 2017.

  17. tembalami January 3, 2016 at 1:57 pm #

    Ko prophecy ye last year haisati yaita fulfilled makutotipa imwe kare ? Haaah akomana lets be serious ngatimbopedza zvamakataura last year mhani.

  18. levison January 3, 2016 at 3:47 pm #

    Amen. whatever the message is like, please zimbabweans lets work for our families.
    You proved to be hardworkers when politicians exposed you to the world. You are so special. I love you all. Happy 2016 everyone.

  19. Mambara January 3, 2016 at 4:07 pm #

    zvavanoporofita zvimwechete gore negore pasina chinobuda nevanoteverawo vane nhamo yekuda zvinhu.

  20. Solomon Hudyu January 3, 2016 at 5:04 pm #

    Marwadziwa neiko mmadofo imi, vauya kozoporofitira mudzimba dzenyu here imi,kana iwe usingazvitendi siyana navo

  21. Amir January 3, 2016 at 5:09 pm #

    Why do you give publicity to these charlatans?

  22. Sbuda January 3, 2016 at 8:04 pm #

    Google Magaya the 2015 prediction and decide if these predictions arent politically motivated.

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  24. sssss January 5, 2016 at 1:10 pm #

    hope the predictions are were not misinterpreted.

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  26. Shanita Tapfumanei January 6, 2016 at 10:24 pm #

    God knows it all ..this is the year we shall surely see it all tozopupura kuti mazvirokwazvo ndizvo

  27. Martin Chipimo January 8, 2016 at 4:41 pm #

    Man of God please do not tell us about a good year WITHOUT rains and no food, please just preach the Word of God – Repentance!!

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