Family raised a dead man from his grave for a photo shoot; wonders will never end

Family dress and stands corpse for photoshoots.

Could we be living in the Last Days? People have been asking this question for centuries! Perhaps this question is being asked more today than ever before. There may never be a time in history when end times prophecy is more aligned with the culture and circumstances of the world than it is today.

It’s hard to ignore the prophetic signs playing out all around us. The “falling away” of the Church. The ravaging toll of pandemics. The silencing of Christians.

The rise of globalism. A frail world economy. The fallout of socialism. Woke religion. Jerusalem’s prophetic role in the final days of this Earth. You don’t have to be a biblical scholar to see how Scripture predicted many of the events surrounding us.

What Is this world turning into? Wonders they say will never end and these obnoxious, bizarre happenings around us, is a clear indication that we are living in the end, times.

A family in Anambra State decided to do the unusual. The corpse of Dr. Luke Nkanele had been in mortuary for about four months when they decided it was burial time. According to close sources, the departed had valuable status in the family and therefore his loss had tremendous impact for the family.

Rather than they, laying him home down in peace in a casket, they opted to dress him up in his Knight of St Mulumba attire, made him to stand on his feet somehow and stated taking turns of photo sessions.

This practice is common among certain East African tribes. But never heard of in this shores. We do hope this act, which has gone viral, will not become common sight in our society.

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