Pastors invited the man to speak at the packed church in Kiserian, Kenya.
Some social media users claimed he was presented as the actual Jesus from the Bible in the flesh who was “found” wandering in the streets of Kiserian.
Christian theology claims one day Christ will return to Earth in an event proceeding the End of Days.
Pictures show the man – with long hair, white robes and a beard – preaching, dancing and meeting with his followers.
“Jesus” is claimed to have convinced some people he really was the Second Coming.
“I don’t understand that, I just hope they know [Jesus]”
It seems however there appears to have been a misunderstanding, as “Christ’s” social media profiles reveal his true identity as Michael Job.
Job at no point claims to be the real Jesus, but instead merely takes on the character as part of the Jesus Loves You Evangelistic Ministries.
He was invited along with a number of other preachers to attend the Kiserian Mega Interdenominational crusade that took place from July 26 to 28.
“Jesus” visited schools, gave out food parcels and gave sermons in the streets to hundreds of Christians.
Job is open about the fact he is an actor and evangelist from the US who has been travelling around Africa.
He shared numerous pictures and videos from his adventures over the weekend on Facebook.
It appears there have been so confusion as he never actually claimed to be “the” Jesus.
And this may have stemmed from performances – including him “healing” a blind man – which were scattered throughout the sermons.
Job said: “[The] last night of the crusade was awesome. God’s spirit came upon all of us.
“People surrendered their lives to Jesus, many people were healed, and God’s spirit came upon us powerfully in worship.
“Thank you, Jesus, for drawing all people to yourself. Lord, abundantly bless all of the 30 churches which combined to see a mighty harvest in Kiserian.
“Over 300 souls were saved in Kiserian. Hallelujah. Thank you, Jesus, for your amazing grace.”
Videos from his sermons include him being driven in a motorcade through the town.
“Jesus” can be seen waving to crowds from the sunroof of the car as crowds follow him.
Responding to be saying he was actually “Jesus”, Job wrote: “I don’t understand that, I just hope they know him.”
He is due to visit Poland next, before then returning to Africa to visit Nigeria in September.