West Africans fill churches to pray for deliverance from 'devil' Ebola
People in Sierra Leone and Liberia filled churches on Sunday to seek deliverance from an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus, defying official warnings to avoid public gatherings to contain an epidemic that has killed nearly 1,000 people in West Africa.
With their creaking healthcare systems completely overrun, Sierra Leone and Liberia have both declared states of emergency to tackle the highly contagious and incurable disease, which has also stricken neighbouring Guinea.
People still flocked to sing and pray at churches in Liberia's ramshackle ocean-front capital Monrovia, many of them comparing Ebola to the brutal civil war that ravaged the country between 1989 and 2003, killing nearly a quarter of a million people....
SteveR wrote: (to Jim) Maybe, maybe not I dont know the man. However Ive read enough of your wicked posts to know perdition awaits you.
Never have I seen someone so blind to their own darkness and empowered by Satan while claiming to be a born again Christian. I've never seen anything like it and grieve for the children who are raised by people of this sort because, like the 7yr old Jihadist, all they know is hatred and warped doctrine. You always make comments that basically wish eternal damnation upon God's saints as you point your boney finger from your lofty perch. I think most here would agree that it is you who is in great danger.
SteveR there's a high probability this priest is in hell at this very minute, since I didn't hear that he rejected the Romish Church and recanted his priestly vows. Oh, SteveR, you mean I don't get to go to Purgatory.
John UK, yes that will happen someday, when all God's Elect have heard the gospel and have accepted Christ. I don't know when that day will be. In the meantime, apparently even the grayest clouds have a silver lining even if it's the slimmest ones. It is good that people are turning to Christ during this time period. The Role of God in Natural Disasters