Nation’s Radicalized Christians Praying For Orlando

In the aftermath the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, cells of radicalized Christians around the nation have risen up to pray for everyone affected and offer further assistance.

Sources confirmed that some of the nation’s most militant Christians are even praying for the shooter’s family and others caught up in, or affected by, the recent surge of violent Islamic ideology, pointing to Jesus’s radical teaching on “praying for our enemies” as their primary motivation. Experts fear that an increase in terror attacks like this weekend’s will only serve to further solidify radicalized Christians’ belief that all life is precious.

 

U.S.—In the aftermath of the horrific mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando over the weekend which killed at least 50, various cells of radicalized Christians around the nation have risen up to pray earnestly for everyone affected and offer further assistance where they can, sources confirmed.

“Every one of those victims, and all of their family and friends who are hurting right now, were created in the image of God with incredible inherent value,” said fundamentalist Suzanne English, 53, of Hot Springs, AR, adding that the Bible instructs her to weep with those who weep, and since she believes it to be God’s word, that is what she will do.

Dan Tarnowski, 24, of Seattle, WA, said that in addition to donating to several Orlando outreach efforts, he continues to regularly lift up the entire situation before the Lord. “I get sick to my stomach when I think about it,” said the radical Tarnowski. “I pray God grants comfort to the families, and draws them to Himself, to His peace which surpasses all understanding.”

“Oh God, please comfort everyone affected by this barbaric act of evil,” the extremist added.

Sources confirmed that some of the nation’s most militant Christians are even praying for the shooter’s family and others caught up in, or affected by, the recent surge of violent Islamic ideology, pointing to Jesus’s radical teaching on “praying for our enemies” as their primary motivation.

Experts fear that an increase in terror attacks like this weekend’s will only serve to further solidify radicalized Christians’ belief that all life is precious.

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