A Missouri pastor claims he prevented multiple gunmen who entered his church from harming his congregation by praying for them.
Pastor Marquaello Futrell was preaching a Sunday morning message at All Creation Northview Holiness Family Church in Ferguson, Missouri, earlier this month when a group of men entered the church.
Pastor Marquaello told The Ingraham Angle, "We believe they intended to rob us and cause us harm." He continues by saying, "We believe God is the most powerful force. I had those instincts because we couldn't be defeated. I engaged them in prayer, and they were aware that they were being recorded."
Pastor Marquaello explained, "I had my media team put cameras on them because I knew the cops were on their way." He also stated, "We found out later, when one of the guys lifted his hands, that a tattoo on his hand was later identified as being one of the men who had committed armed robbery at a convenience store just hours before."
Pastor Marquaello, who has had years of law enforcement experience, said he knew he had to keep his congregation calm.
He would continue and state boldly that the credit went to God and the Holy Spirit for guiding him through this situation, which could have ended badly if he didn't act the way he did.
"A lot of people had no idea what was going on," the pastor Marquaello continued. "Many did, and our children's ministry was put on lockdown." Many of the congregation members were simply grateful that I was able to guide them through that process with the assistance of the Holy Spirit, the Holy Ghost."
It's truly amazing what can happen when we put our trust in God and allow the Holy Spirit to lead us. Have you seen or experienced something supernatural that you would like to share?
Comments / 0