A pastor has had a bucket of blood poured over his head after attending a ‘Let us Worship’ concert in Washington, DC at the National Mall, in a move that has caused Bethel Church’s worship leader and chief organizer Sean Feucht to claim the act was done by a satanist and highlighting a growing pushback from protesters bent out of shape over the traveling worship show.
The unknown assailant ran up to Pastor Charles Kuruku, who had been attending and participating in the event, and doused him with it before running off.
In the aftermath of his horrific action, Kuruku commented as he was cleaning blood off his hands and face:
I just got sprayed with blood right here in Washington DC. It’s a white guy. Look at what he did to me. He just like, ‘Pow!’ I didn’t even know what was going on, I just felt blood thrown on me.
Anyway, it is what it is, but the Lord is powerful. He is mightier than this. No weapon formed against us will prosper. Every tongue that rises in judgment will be condemned. I declare this demonic sacrifice is broken It’s not going to prevail in the name of Jesus. Keep us in prayer. We cannot be silenced by this type of violence and intimidation in Jesus’ name. Amen.”
Kuruku is going to have the blood tested to ensure it is not contaminated and to determine what sort of blood it is. It is unclear at this moment who poured it on him.
We’ve been chronicling these outdoor worship concerns for months now, which have grown from a few hundred individuals to tens of thousands.
Not only are these times of worship where people can sing unmasked and in large groups with fellow believers, frustrated by government and church leadership that has kept the churches closed and restrained, but they are also an occasion where the dark arts of charismatic manifestations occur.
‘Let us Worship’ mixes ordinarily sound practices of baptisms, preaching, salvation, and prayer with speaking in tongues, people being slain in the spirit, uncontrollable weeping and shaking, and claims of hundreds of miracles and healings. Sadly, the presence of these practices and the normalization of Bethel Churchtaint that is on the face of it is a brave and courageous act of defiance by the collective body of Christ.
Feucht claims he was told by security over 35,000 people attended the event. Though that number may be exaggerated, what is not is the fact that millions of people watch the events online, which has enabled him to gain influence and visibility, fast becoming one of the most recognized worship leaders in the church today. He announced that he has a new book coming out tomorrow, which is so far doing well on pre-orders.
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