Forget 10-year challenge, resurrection challenge takes internet by storm

We can't confirm if pastor Lukau brought the man back to life but he sure has tickled the creative bones of people who have stormed the social media platform with '#ResurrectionChallenge.'

Published: 04th March 2019 01:34 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th March 2019 01:34 PM   |  A+A-

Resurrection challenge goes viral. (Photo | Twitter)

By Online Desk

Losing a dear one is the most painful thing in life for us all. We have all wished at some point that we could bring lost ones back. But don't worry, this South African pastor is the man you need to approach in case you want to give someone a new lease of life!

A video showing a pastor named Alph Lukau bringing dead people back to life has gone viral. A dead man in a coffin wakes up miraculously when the pastor says rise up. Life after death should come as a shock which is so evident from the resurrected man's face. 

Can't believe us yet? Watch it yourself here. We warn that you will doubt your own eyes (also brains). 

We can't confirm if pastor Lukau brought the man back to life but he sure has tickled the creative bones of people who have stormed the social media platform with '#ResurrectionChallenge.'

The posts are so hilarious that you will cry laughing. Check out the reactions here. 

Find five differences?

Food >> anything. He has his priorities right!

'Sorry sir, I am late because I just got back to life.'

Even a bank in Kenya couldn't resist joining in. We all should agree though!

Honestly!

Hallelujah!

Who do you want to bring back to life now?

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