Prayer Stops Deadly Gunman in Georgia School 08/27/2013

by Moody Adams
Antoinette Tuff says God gave her the words to stop a gunman in her school with 300 rounds of amunition, writes Joseph Loconte.

The mainstream media has ignored the central lesson about the power of God.
"How did you know what to say to him?" asked Anderson Cooper in a CNN interview. "How did you know the right things to say?"

Tuff replied, "Well, to be honest with you, I didn't," she said. "I was just praying... in the inside of myself and saying 'God, what do I say now? What do I do now?' I just kept saying that on the inside because I knew that I had no words to say."

Anderson Cooper pressed her: I've heard you say that your pastor had talked about being 'anchored in the Lord.' Is that something that got you through?

Tuff: “Yes. He had just started this actual series that Sunday on being anchored. And I had told myself Monday morning that I was going to get up and start studying that morning.”

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