Teresa Neumann : Sep 17, 2015 : Emily Guevara – Tyler Morning Telegraph

“Please put security measures in place. Do not get caught thinking that this only happens in other places—in big places. It’s by the grace and mercy of God that we are not on the other side of history; the other side of tragedy.” –Rev. John D. Johnson III

(Tyler, TX)—”Every hair on my neck just stood up,” said Rev. John D. Johnson III, when Rasheed Abdul Aziz walked into Corinth Missionary Baptist Church last Sunday.

According to a report in the Tyler Morning Telegraph, the armed and heavily tattooed Aziz—who was wearing camouflage fatigue pants, camo boots, a black T-shirt and a tactical vest—was sweating profusely when he launched into a rant about being a “man of Islam.”

Aziz then reportedly started yelling about “how his god had authorized him to take lives” and that it was okay for him to kill “infidels.”

In response to Aziz’s aggressive behavior, Johnson—a former parole officer—was said to have done the very opposite. He got between Aziz and the door, asked him to calm down and offered him a prayer and cool drink.

“I never gave him the power of feeling he was in control [or] that I was frightened,” said Johnson. “I was very cautious not to raise my voice or make any quick moves.”

Click here to read more of this remarkable story—how Aziz was captured and the note he left the church “thanking them for their kindness.”

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