Evangelist and Jesus actor denies fake news he is Christ in his second coming

Michael Job is an evangelist also known for being an actor who plays Jesus at the Christian themed amusement park “The Holy Land Experience” in Orlando. Recently he has shut down rumors he was the “second coming of Christ” during a visit to Kenya.

After playing the role of Jesus, Job’s desire to spread the gospel of Jesus with the world increased. He studied for a while and now he is an ordained minister who travels the world sharing about Jesus.

While on his latest crusade in Kenya, media outlets and locals began using his photos while in costume claiming “Jesus visits Kenya.” However, the posts of Job dressed as a mock Jesus for various plays he was performing went viral and people quickly started accusing the minister of being an “imposter” and a “false prophet.” Some even claimed that Job died of pneumonia days after claiming to be Christ.

He decided to clarify that he was in Kenya for a nine-day crusade “where many people were saved and healed.”

On his own Facebook page he said: “Some people, known as ‘internet trolls,’ have made false reports about me claiming to be Jesus, Jesus’ second coming starting in Kenya, me being found and worshiped in churches, and me being deported with pastors from the country,” he wrote last week. “All of which are ‘fake news.’”


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