“They should have either warned Cheryl and people like her of the potential dangers”.
A parishioner at the Disciple Fellowship Christian Church in East St. Louis, Ill., claims the spirit moved another worshiper so much during service that she caused others to tumble over backwards into her, causing injuries. Now she’s suing the church for damages.
Cheryl Jones alleges in a complaint filed in December that she was visiting the church when member of the congregation received the “spirit” during praise and worship and with no ushers or members to assist, the parishioner fell backwards knocking several members into the plaintiff, who was injured falling to the floor.
“They should have either warned Cheryl and people like her of the potential dangers -especially if they’re not going to have deacons or parishioners to help these people when they fall,” attorney for the plaintiff Brian Millikan told ABCNews.com. Because falling during the service, according to Millikan, is something that “seems to happen often” at the church.
The devil is sometimes in the details.
If you read the Bible, you will not find a single person who has blessed by the Holy Spirit, by being pushed backwards.
All the people who were touched by the Holy Ghost and worshiped Jesus, feel forward. The positive effect by falling forwards, is that most of us face the ground after having the possibility of using our arms as shock absorbers. We can also bend out knees.
The problem cause by pushing people to fall backwards, is plenty. Not only can we break our own neck. We can also fall over chairs and tables, and even brake the leg of innocent people behind us.
There is no Biblical defense for the practice of being “slained in the spirit’. Therefor is is suitable for Churches who practice this false Word of faith doctrine, to be sued for damages.
Whenever the impure spirits saw him, they fell down before him and cried out, “You are the Son of God.”
Many Pastors do not mind that their Churches is moves into spiritual bankruptcy. But when they go bust also financially, it might lead them into some kind repentance, and willingness to obey the World of God.
Written by Ivar