Posted by | December 28, 2015 13:00 | Filed under: Andrew Bradford Contributors

Over the weekend, fierce tornadoes hit Texas, killing 11 and causing severe damage to hundreds of homes. But one woman in Rowlett, Texas, says she and her family were spared because they successfully diverted a tornado from their residence through prayer.

Sabrina Lowe told NPR that 10 family members were visiting her apartment Saturday when they all heard the loud roaring and distinctive train noise of an approaching tornado:

We actually went outside and started commanding the winds, because God had given us authority over the winds, the airways. And we just began to command this storm not to hit our area. We spoke to the storm and said, ‘Go to unpopulated places.’ It did exactly what we said to do, because God gave us the authority to do that….READ MORE at LiberalAmerica

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  • mea_mark

    Does that mean we can file felony vandalism charges on her then. She is confessing isn’t she?

    • whatthe46

      good one.

    • Roctuna

      11 people died so at the least manslaughter, if not murder, not to mention all the property damage.

  • aNYYANKEEinQueenHaleysCourt
  • Boltorama

    How Christian like. Why didn’t she just prayed for the tornado to go away instead of not hitting her neighborhood?

    • whatthe46

      because it’s the “christian” thing to do.

      • Boltorama

        Caring about yourself and not others. Yep hallmark of many self-proclaimed Christians.

  • So since she and her family are taking credit for moving the tornado over to someone else’s house, I guess the neighbors can now sue her and her family for the destruction of their houses, right? I mean, she says she’s PERSONALLY responsible, so… I know of a good attorney should the neighbors want one.

    • grannieannie2

      That’s what I thought, Guy. Give her a good scare by suing her for her last penny.

    • Nathan Gray

      Exactly what we were just saying!! Lol

    • granpa.usthai

      self defense?

  • tracey marie


    • granpa.usthai


      couldn’t have laughed any harder myself!

  • StoneyCurtisll

    Thats just like Ben Carson…
    Telling the stick up man that the person he really needs to rob is behind the counter…

    “winds and tornado’s blow towards those not blessed with the lords powers destroyeth thy neighbors home”..

  • grannieannie2

    Shame on her. The last time I went to Sunday School and Church, they quoted Jesus as saying “Love they neighbors”. Where was this Talibangelists love for her neighbors, neighbors not necessarily living in her exact neighborhood? All neighbors who had damage from tornados should sue this Talibangelist for sending the tornados their way. I’d love to hear her answer to that.

  • amersham46

    Her power just covers passing wind

    • fredoandme

      made me laugh!

    • granpa.usthai

      just enough to lay the blame on somebody in the back of the elevator.

  • Gary Son

    You have got to be kidding! When are people going to stop with this crazy notion that praying does anything at all! What makes people think they are so important that if God did exist that he would even care about their insignificant lives? Lady I think you should make a retraction of the statement you said before you get a murder charge for killing 11 or sued for causing severe damage to hundreds of home!

  • Chris

    Hear that, Michele Bachmann?
    There’s hope!
    Get this woman behind you and you can run again!

  • decrepittex

    Her farts are the only passing wind she might have some control over.

  • bushputz

    I hate to be a dick about this, but I would just love to see another tornado pass through that neighborhood, not touch any other house, and just wreck the crap out of her house.

  • Colin Aster

    So… by those standards, is she admitting to murdering 11 people? Or her “powers” are bullshit because if she actually did have some kind of power she would get rid of the storm instead. What a jackass.

    • granpa.usthai

      notice how she went for the ‘self defense’ straight from the get go. Mass murderers and innocent child stalkers/murderers do that just provide a smidgen of doubt -enough to make standing on a concrete sidewalk/pavement a deadly weapon!

  • rg9rts

    If she was such a good christian with “powers” …send to storm away from people

  • bpollen

    I’m gonna pray for the sun to come up. If it does, I DID IT! It wasn’t the laws of motion, it was ME! And, for a very reasonable fee, I’ll even make it go back down!

    • granpa.usthai

      now you’re cuttin’ into my
      status, but this time it’s OK, I’ll still let it set in the west.

      • granpa.usthai

        as one who fully qualifies as a
        I always do the impossible for free, however donations are always accepted through the less fortunate any time you wish to give.

      • bpollen

        Sorry, didn’t realize you had the franchise here…

  • Matthew Maida

    Ok… just so we are clear. This Christian spared her neighborhood the destructive and violent Tornado….but Deflecting it to another neighborhood…where it would inflict its Destruction violence and potential Property Damage, and the Loss of Human Life……………. Doesn’t sound like something Christ would do.

  • Keith Cumbie

    There is no limit to the insanity of fanatics. So she murdered her neighbors……how “christian”.

  • Maxx44

    My wife is very grateful that I can control my winds, and I don’t think anyone has ever died from the ones I did not control.

    • fredoandme

      that you KNOW of.

  • granpa.usthai

    so what!

    Obama roller skated out into the Atlantic and knocked the wind out of a Hurricane (lot bigger than some minor Texas twister) thus saving the major World City from horrific destruction!