Girl who ‘cries blood’ delivered

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A YouTube video has emerged showing a young South African teen’s purported ‘deliverance’ at a Lagos-based church from a rare medical condition that caused her to cry actual tears of blood.

“Shedding tears of real blood, molested by strange creatures in the dream, raped and abused countless times by perverted men, the life of Hope was filled by a devilish form of tragedy from day one,” reads the description of the viral clip published by Emmanuel TV.

In a tearful testimony, Hope recounts how she began bleeding through her eyes, ears and other extremities in her early teenage years after several horrific nightmares involving strange “demonic creatures”.

“People were running away from me,” she reminisced, “they started calling me a devil’s child.” The ‘condition’ became so severe that Hope was “kicked out of school” and spent most of the time in isolation due to the shame and rumors that spread in its wake.

Several attempts at suicide revealed the deep depression which had engulfed her. Amidst the strange “spiritual attacks” which included menstruating for up to 40 days without ceasing and her hair inexplicably starting to fall off, Hope was also raped on three different occasions.

After exhausting all medical options, Hope and her mother decided to pay a visit to The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) in Lagos, Nigeria, famed for its purported ability to cure a diverse range of ‘spiritual’ ailments.

During the time of prayer in one of T.B. Joshua’s services, Hope said she was ‘delivered’, the video showing the ‘demon’ purportedly behind her bizarre affliction being commanded out and the young girl collapsing to the floor.

A year later, Hope returned to the popular church looking completely transformed and testifying to the remarkable changes in her life.

“Whenever I cry, I look at my tears and say, ‘Thank You, Jesus’,” she told the congregation, attesting to the fact that she had stopped crying blood ever since the prayer she received at The SCOAN.

Emmanuel TV’s YouTube channel has up to 450,000 subscribers and has gained a reputation for releasing controversial footage which attracts both commendation and condemnation from its viewers.

Ihechukwu Njoku is a freelance Nigerian journalist

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8 Responses to Girl who ‘cries blood’ delivered

  1. Tb Joshua we are always on your side, I love you together with my family.

    Lubinda macwani
    January 7, 2017 at 10:47 am

  2. Another half baked story. Give us both sides because a story always has two sides. Here you are giving us only the superstitious side. What about the scientific side? No matter which side you are on you want to hear from both sides. What is that condition called in science? What do doctors say about it?

    Yayi bambo
    January 7, 2017 at 12:37 pm

    • You son of the devil, to you everything is false. Cursed you with your father and mentor the Devil, Lucifer.

      Jesus the Son of God
      January 8, 2017 at 6:08 am

      • exactly what’s wrong with you religious fanatics. Condemn label judge everyone as if you are holier. The issues raised are objective but you can’t see because you are blinded by religion

        January 8, 2017 at 12:52 pm

      • Imwe ba son of God its the reporting that is being commented on not your God. Why don’t you sober up from your infatuation

        Village person
        January 8, 2017 at 5:59 pm

  3. GOD is working.

    Geoffrey Siwale
    January 9, 2017 at 8:51 am

  4. @Yayi Bambo: The condition is rare.It was carried on CNN before. It is known as haemolacria. It starts and stops spontaneously. One doctor says it is common in people who have experienced extreme trauma or who have recently had a serious head injury.
    American doctors note that in four known cases, bleeding stopped spontaneously with no cause found. See more on:

    January 9, 2017 at 1:40 pm

    • You are correct. I have watched a documentary on Nat-Geo,and its more common in women than men.

      Lukwesa Mubanga
      January 10, 2017 at 6:33 am

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