Christian Preacher: I Stopped Fatal Accidents in My Hometown With My Tears June 4, 2019

Christian Preacher: I Stopped Fatal Accidents in My Hometown With My Tears

Over the weekend, on The McFiles, hosted by right-wing host Chris McDonald, guest Ricci Wilson of World for Jesus Ministries explained how her prayers were responsible for shutting down a demonic presence near a traffic intersection in her community.

Which is a lot like saying you totally have a girlfriend, but she’s in another state so your friends can’t meet her, and oh, by the way, you two just broke up, and everyone else just has to take your word for it…

… Let me give you a really small-scale example. The street — just a couple streetlights up from my house — when I first moved here — now, I’ve been in my home for 18 years — and when I first moved here, I noticed that there were accidents in that intersection all the time. All the time!

Now, you know, that was nearly 20 years ago, so I told my mom, I said, “Mom… every week there’s a major accident in this intersection. Every single week!” And she said to me, she said, “Why don’t you start praying and bind it up?”

And so one time, I was going to that intersection and the spirit of intercession gripped my heart so heavily and I gotta tell you, I don’t even know what I was weeping over. I have no idea. But I know something took place in that intersection. And I began to weep before the Lord and just repent. And I wept and I wept and I wept, and I’m telling you, fatalities in that intersection stopped

Well, there you go. She prevented future accidents through the demon-slaying power of her tears.

She didn’t go to any of the many other intersections where accidents occur to save more lives, but at that one spot (which she doesn’t name, so we can’t verify any of the fatality numbers), she definitely prevented God from executing His Plan and killing random drivers.

Or demons.

Or whatever she thinks causes accidents since it’s apparently not the drivers themselves.

(Thanks to Kyle for the link)

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