With Ebuhleni Nazareth Baptist Church head Mduduzi Unyazilwezulu Shembe, KING Misuzulu will hold the seventh annual Royal Sabbath and Umgidi Ceremony. On Saturday and Sunday, these will be held in Kwakhangelamankengane Royal Palace November 20th and 21st. The reconciliation would be revived by King Misuzulu and inkosi Unyazilwezulu.
Following the church's feud, Unyazilwezulu and King Zwelithini met as well as the royal residence Prince Thulani Zulu, the king's spokesman, told the Daily Sun that church founder Prophet Isaiah Shembe was dispatched to the royal family to offer prayer and spiritual counsel to King Dinuzulu and the Zulu country in the past. The prophet was unable to locate the monarch in Nongoma because he had been transported to St Helena by white people. The prophet returned and found King Solomon, with whom he had a strong friendship.
"When Prophet Vimbeni Shembe, the late church leader, became severely ill in 2010, Zwelithini went to meet him at his house, but was denied by church elders," he stated. The strong friendship between Prophet Isaiah and King Solomon was destroyed after Vimbeni's death. Denying the king access to meet Vimbeni on his sickbed amounted to a severe unproven charge by religious leaders against the king.
Unyazilwezulu and his congregation chose to reunite with the royal house in 2013, he stated. "A ritual known as Ukuthelelana Amanzi was held at KwaKhangelamankengane Royal Palace to build peace," he added. Because reconciliation began in Kwakhangelamankengane in 2013, King Misuzulu felt it was appropriate to have such a celebration there.
"We have a wonderful connection with the king," Ebuhleni Nazareth Church spokesperson Thokozani Mncwabe said. "Many of our attendees are guided by our pastor."
“AmaZulu King, MisuZulu KaZwelithini meets with UNyazilwezulu inside KwaKhangelamankengane Palace after the morning prayer. Both the King & uNyazi will attend the afternoon session of the prayer.”
Since it is the King’s house, it was not a surprise that people saw a Lion, next to the Throne. People were eager to know if this was an alive lion or if it was a manufactured product.
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