Pastor Recants Miracle Healing

What do you bet that guilt that got to him?

A Christian preacher in the Bahamas is recanting a news release he issued claiming his miracle water had brought a dead man back to life.

A Christian preacher in the Bahamas is recanting a news release he issued claiming his miracle water had brought a dead man back to life.

Bishop Lawrence Rolle of the International Deliverance Praying Ministry told the Nassau Guardian the announcement was inaccurate, and admitted neither he nor the author of the release had witnessed the healing.

The release, issued last week, spoke of a man who had been attacked with a machete and rushed to a hospital. It said after being anointed, the man came out of the emergency room fast.

Rolle acknowledged he wasn’t sure if the man had ever been declared dead, that the information he received on the incident was secondhand as he was not at the hospital where the anointing took place.

However, he told the newspaper other accounts of healing in the news release were true.

They included a man cured of deafness, a woman whose armpit cancers disappeared and another man whose egg-sized brain tumor went away.

What about the (illgotten) offering he took in that night?

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