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A pastor has left his faithful followers screaming in disgust when he spat on his hand and rubbed it all over his brother's face in a bizarre Sunday sermon.
Pastor Michael Todd, who leads the Transformation Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma, held a two-hour-long service on Sunday (January 17) and live-streamed it on YouTube as he revealed the vision from God for 2022.
At about one-third into the service, he asked his sibling Brent to come up to the stage as he tried to demonstrate the idea of "receiving a vision from God might get nasty".
He asked him to stand to an unfamiliar spot on the stage and close his eyes, then he spat on his hand.
Then he looked up to the audience, saying: "You mean, 'God I just bought in crazy faith, I just bought my dream car and now you ask me to sell it back and ride in the houthi again?'
"Yeah because the vision I'm about to give you might get nasty."
People screamed and some giggled when he smeared his boogers on the man's face.
You can see the moment at Transformation Church Sunday sermon in the below clip
"Do you hear and see the responses of the people? What I'm telling you is how you just reacted is how the people in your life will react," he continued.
"When God is doing what it takes for the miracle, what are you saying? This man was blind and what he was trying to do with this man is give him his DNA."
While his audience were convinced by the demonstration, his online viewers were divided as some commented how "disturbing" it was.
One wrote: "I have never been so disturbed by this demonstration. It saddens me because I learned to love the way he uses props to make it clear."
Another added: "It's just the wrong way to do it. That was so gross."
But a viewer argued: "I actually think the point is that he wanted us to be disturbed to demonstrate how utterly confusing and shocking it is when God moves you outside of the comfort zone."
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