4 stabbed at Texas home church service; suspect in custody

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(Worthy News) - Four people were stabbed Wednesday during a church service at a Texas home and a man is in custody, police said.

The Corpus Christi Caller-Times reported that the incident occurred about 7 p.m. Wednesday. Corpus Christi police were called to the home and found the pastor who had been holding the nondenominational service stabbed in the chest.

Lt. Jay Clement told the newspaper that both the pastor and a band member who was also wounded were taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries. The band member was stabbed in the neck, according to the newspaper. [ Source: Fox News (Read More...) ]

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2 thoughts on “4 stabbed at Texas home church service; suspect in custody”

  1. Looks like the man had a demon/demons. And this is why the spiritual gift of "the discerning of spirits" is so very necessary, not just for individuals out there in the world, alone, making their Way with Christ, but for congregations also.

    FYI, there is no more healing under the name Acts Church and no one should be using it anymore, especially not "Acts" in combination with the word Church. This is old news from way back in 1990, in Lewiston, Idaho.

    No one should use that combination if they want their congregation to grow and thrive.

    Do they use the real, the first apostles creed? To be using the name Acts for a Christian congregation (in a formal building or home fellowship) it should be biblical. That means it would have a creed (statement of faith) that comes from the Bible along with the Gospel of Jesus Christ (Y'shua HaMashiach).

    That original Apostles Creed is found at Acts 15, which deals (that entire chapter) with what the creed for pagans now saved, aka Christians, in Antioch (first). That Apostles Creed (not the false one promoted by the Catholic churches later on) constitutes the bridge for the Nazarenes (Jews saved by Messiah) to Christians so that together they all be one body. That is: Chavah forgiven, aka "the beloved," aka "the bride of Christ."

    Specifically, those 3-4 rules (only) were named in Acts 15:19-20 and sent out to the Gentile Believers (Christians) formally with Acts 15:28-29. It names the elder James as the one who did so.

    Where is "the church" that has this true apostles creed? I doubt it was there. Please notice that Acts Chapter 15 is not so much about circumcision as it is about whether new gentile believers in Messiah Y'shua are to observe the whole Mosaic law or not. It was and still is customary, in Judaism, for one of the first steps to convert to it was for males to be circumcised, and follow the law of Moses.

    The apostles (and elders, leaders) met together to decide just that question as Christians (gentile newby's) had been infiltrated by "Judaizers" and instructed as if they were converting to "the old wine skin" instead of the New Covenant.

    Again, why did this "home church" not have anyone with "the discerning of spirits" in their midst, to have noticed a dangerous man with a demon IN him among them?

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