Peter Popoff’s Wonder The ministry asserts that the water comes from a spring near the site of the 1986 nuclear tragedy at Chernobyl. According to reports, those who drank from this spring were safe from the ravages of nuclear radiation.
The minister asserts that this water eliminates debts and has curative properties for individuals who consume it. To receive the water, individuals must submit a prayer request form on Peter Popoff’s official ministry website or contact the toll-free hotline. The requester receives both a package of the Miraculous Spring Water and a wooden cross, which is the miracle tool.
According to Peter Popoff, there are also strict guidelines for attaining the best results with water by following God’s explicit instructions. The user must spend one night with the water, drink it promptly upon waking, and return the empty package to the minister along with a financial contribution to the ministry. The user should then ultimately experience some good fortune. If not, the ministry follows up with the person and sends more offers of prosperity charms, such as Dead Sea salt or a blessing bracelet, which can be used to achieve positive financial or health outcomes.
Popoff’s water sales are considered controversial, and according to Christian Post Church and Ministry, his ministry Popoff’s People United for Christ has a F rating from the Better Business Bureau.
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