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What I Did To A Magician Who Told People To Cut Him With Knife And It Was Not Entering - Suleman

Apostle Johnson Suleman has revealed what he did to a magician who was running a street show, where he told people to cut him with a knife, and he was not getting hurt. He shared this during an excerpt from a message, which he shared on his social media page.

He started by explaining that when he got saved, he was inducted into what he called the department of raw power. He shared that he saw what Arch Bishop Benson Idahosa was doing during his time, and was motivated.

He continued by sharing an example of how he manifested the power of God. According to him, he and his a friend were going for evangelism, and they saw a magician telling people to cut him with knives, but he was not getting hurt.

He shared that when he saw the street show, he decided to join and cut the magician.

"The magician was rubbing something on his body, and when they cut him, nothing was entering. They were cutting but nothing was entering," he said. "I told my Christian brother, I want to cut. He told me not to go, that we came for evangelism, but I went. I asked the people how much are they paying, and they told me ₦5. I paid for me and my Christian brother."

"I went to cut. The man rubbed the thing on his body. I lifted up the knife, and I started speaking in tongues. I spoke in tongues in capital letters. As I put the knife, blood everywhere. The man started shouting. Everybody ran away. The magician's boy, power caught him, he fell down under the anointing."

He then shared how he used the opportunity to share the gospel to the people there.

"As they started running away, I called them back. I opened my Bible. I said I want to show you the one that has power greater than this. People gave their lives to Christ that day," he said.

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