And it wasn’t on the Damascus Road…
Easter weekend 2018 yielded two interesting encounters while on duty on the ambulance.
We were dispatched to an area grocery store to assist local police with a male subject. Once we were on scene we met a 34 year old man who was performing miracles — attempting to levitate cars and such. This man claimed to be Jesus Christ, the risen Lord.
The Lord became irate when we disputed the authenticity of his claim. Then he lashed out in anger.
We grabbed up the Lord and bound his arms and his legs. He screamed out in pain because we were “crucifying” him onto the stretcher. On arrival to the hospital, he was then chemically restrained with shots of Ativan and Geodon in the Emergency Department. He fell into an unconscious state. Later, when he awoke, he claimed that he had raised himself from the dead.
Meanwhile several hours later we were dispatched on an elderly female complaining of chest pains. When assessing her, she claimed that “the enemy” was trying to end her “mission” as a witness of Jesus Christ. When we had told her that we met the Lord earlier that night she became incredulous about the whole affair.
At the Emergency Department she was placed in the adjoining room and the two began to argue with one another. She told Jesus that he was filled with the spirit of Satan to which the Lord threatened to cast her into the pit of despair.