Thunder struck a man for tearing the Holy Bible.

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       Wonders shall never end. Unverified report was sent to us through our post application medium that the man, whose photo is shown in this post, was struck by a boisterous blast which smashed his mouth and face to the point of being unrecognizable, it could be said that he paid the maximum for tearing the Holy Bible

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This happened after he supposedly tore a sheet from the Holy Bible to wrap an amount of India Hemp (Weed), report have it that generally as place it in his mouth to smoke it, the thunder struck his mouth. Numerous says this is God battling for himself and says this will serve as a lesson to all of humankind who will view God as nothing.

This report however has not been affirmed to be valid or not as to where this happened is yet to be known by us. We will publish or achieve more data on this News when we get them. kindly share and stay with us.

Sender Name: Mr. Chinonso Ezeaka
Number: He didn't share to us
Picture: He didn't share to us

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