Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Update in Grandview Woman's Death: Man Says Prayer Group Leader Told Him to Kill Wife



Saints of God, let us ask you this old question that we used to hear all the time growing up,  'If someone asked you to jump off the Golden Gate bridge would you do it?  A lot of people do bad things because they want to be a part of a clique or want to feel important.  However, you are smart enough to realize, if a church official ask you to kill someone, it is a cult and not a part of God's Kingdom, it is a church under authority of Satanic forces.   

This case with Micah Moore allegedly claiming that the leader of the prayer group told him to kill Bethany Deaton is no different from the Rev. Jim Jones movement back in the day.  If you recall, those people who followed Rev. Jones had some serious emotional issues and so did the ones who followed David Koresh and Marshall Applewhite.  If you fear your church leaders more than you do God, this is when you need to stop following that person, because God does not agree with murder as it says in His Word, Exodus 20:13.   This guy Micah Moore has no excuse, he knows the Bible is against murder and you know what he should have done, he should have went straight to the police and turned Bethany Deaton's husband in.  No judge nor jury will let him off the hook just because Tyler Deaton allegedly ordered him to kill his wife.  This is why if you love God, you should not ever follow anyone who ask you to do strange things and this one of them, killing a human being.  Therefore, no church or prayer group is a part of the body of Christ, if they instruct their members to harm, harass or kill people.  Any person in their right mind should know this.

In the meantime, we will pray for Micah Moore and sincerely hope he, along with the rest of this cult repent for the murder of Bethany Deaton.  May she rest in peace.
Man Says Prayer Group Leader Told Him to Kill Wife 
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Less than three months after he stood as a groomsman in the wedding of two friends he had known since college in Texas, Micah Moore walked into a suburban Kansas City police department and unloaded a dark secret: He had taken the woman's life at the request of her new husband, a charismatic prayer group leader.

Police said Bethany Deaton's death initially appeared to be a suicide. Officers found a note and empty bottle of over-the-counter pain...Read full article, here.


Source and Photo: TheChurchReport.com

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