Magaya donates to former school
27 March 2017
PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries founder, Prophet Walter Magaya, brought joy to thousands of people who attended a three-day revival crusade by providing them with food and spiritual deliverance.
Kombi drivers thanked Prophet Magaya for cashing in more money by ferrying people from Harare and Seke for the crusade held at Unit L, Chitungwiza where he started his ministry.
Prophet Magaya donated pockets of potatoes, cabbages, butternuts and food hampers to more than a thousand elderly people and cleared fees for pupils with debts from various primary schools.
“My coming here is to share with you the light that has taken me to a position I hold today and to develop those willing to shift to higher levels,” said Prophet Magaya.
“If you fail to understand the Bible scriptures, I urge you to learn from the miserable life I lived in Chitungwiza before I had faith in God.
“I struggled to buy corn maize (maputi) but today I am counted among the leading producers of maize, potatoes, butternuts and vegetables.
“The ministry decided to take part of our farm produce to the elderly and I am going to help school pupils at Seke 8 Primary where I attended with school fees to those failing to pay.
“After giving my life to God he changed my lifestyle, anointed me to deliver his people and has taken me beyond borders.
“I do not forget that the ministry started here in Chitungwiza and I feel blessed to share with you both material and spiritual food.
“God heals our body as well as our land and gives life to them so it is our duty to give him honour daily.
“Some of the problems we are facing today are generational curses and in every place there are some demons that affect people living there.
“Ndauya kuzokutamisai pamugere paita kuti murambe muchitambura tizirai kuchiyedza chenyika kuna Jesu,” said Prophet Magaya quoting Bible scriptures.
He promised to start a mini soccer league in Chitungwiza as a way of searching talent which he said needs a blessing from God so as to succeed in life.
“Ndakatamba chikweshe muground muno, tichatamba money game and I want to see this happen here in Chitungwiza where Zengeza would compete with St Mary’s and Seke pupils,” he added.
“We have talented young people but their talents do not take them far because they do not seek God for divine intervention,” he said.
Prophet Magaya laid hands on the sick and many testified that they were healed and his wife Tendai helped in distributing food to the elderly.
He took his time to teach children urging them to seek God while young saying the devil has a tendency of destroying talents and gifts by leading young people to drug abuse, theft and robbery.