God saves souls. He also saved lives, said a pastor who dealt with a gunman who was ravaging the lives of his congregation.
A man drew a gun during a service on Sunday, November 7 at Nashville Light Mission Pentecostal Church in Tennessee. Pastor Ezekiel Ndikumana dealt with the gunman before he could fire the weapon. Some parishioners then helped wrestle the gun and hold the man until police arrived, according to WKRN-TV in Nashville.
26 year old man, Dezire Baganda, facing 57 counts of aggravated assault. According to an arrest affidavit, Baganda claimed he was Jesus and that all churches and schools needed to be shot down.
This could go badly – very badly – if Pastor Ndikumana doesn’t act.
“I could say God used me because I felt like I was going to use the back door… And then I felt that I was going to go and grab him, and that’s what happened,” said Ndikumana. told WKRN.
A person of African descent from the country of Burundi, according to the United Kingdom Daily mail, Ndikumana said through an interpreter.
The pastor told WKRN Baganda had previously attended church services, but was asked in February to stop attending after pastors interrupted their sermons.
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Congregation credits Ndikumana for saving their lives. Ndikumana disagreed by explaining their lives in Godhand, not his.
“God wants to show that He is a mighty God,” Ndikumana said, according to WKRN. “One main thing I said, we have faith.”
Sadly, violence in the church is nothing new.
First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, where 26 people died in November 2017, is just one tragic example. These victims ranged in age from 5 to 72 years old, and included the fetus of a pregnant mother. NS cowardly shooter, whose rage was effectively ended when he was fired led by an NRA instructor outside the church, fled and ended up turning the gun on himself.
In another incident in Texas in December 2019, a gunman previously killed two parishioners at West Freeway Christ Church near Fort Worth. members of the church shoot back and kill the shooter. The men who set the fire were volunteer members of the church’s security team, according to NBC. The death toll could be much worse. Thank goodness the security team was armed.
Thank God the US Constitution guarantees our right to bear arms.
People wonder what would draw such evil into churches in America. Why do people hate worshipers of God?
I’m sure the reasons are many. It could be said that it was all built on hatred. Hatred reduces reason to obsession or completely overshadows it.
There is a lot of hatred these days. In fact, extremists are trying to stir it up. Important Race Theory obsessed with skin color. That is just one example of the organized hatred we are seeing today. Riots by Black Lives Matter mob and the so-called “anti-fascist” group called antifa is someone else.
The hatred of America is common among leftists. We have seen this kind of hatred before. It is here, I think, that we find the root of evil: hatred of God-given freedom, the same freedom protected by the Constitution. It is the hatred of God by those who will be God.
“Again, it was Dostoevsky, who drew from the French Revolution and its apparent hatred of the Church the lesson that ‘revolution must necessarily begin with atheism.’ That is absolutely right! But the world had never before known such an organized, militarized, and tenacious atheism as Marxism practiced. In the philosophical systems of Marx and Lenin, and in their psychology, hatred of God was the main driving force, more fundamental than all their political and economic goals. ”
American Marxism It’s not just the title of Mark Levin’s best-selling book, it’s hate for God.
It’s pretty simple, really. Hatred is always simple. if you hate godYou hate America. If you hate America, you hate God.
Priests, ministers and pastors are on the front lines in the fight against hatred. Pray for them. Protect then. There are times when they are the last line of defense on our earth.
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