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I have left the comments open on this video for five years even though I have been asked to close it to comments. I have not seen most of them, but I have seen enough to know that a lot of people are unhappy and even angry with me that I prayed while I witnessed this tragedy unfold. Others of you have made very supportive comments. I do not have all the answers, and I will submit that no one does. But you will never convince me to turn anywhere besides the Lord, especially in times such as these. I will also add that many of the victims' families, despite their loss, will say the same thing. No matter our circumstances, God is good all the time. It rains on the just and the unjust. But God is faithful.
Why are any of you making a fuss because this man mentions Jesus? If his faith gives him comfort, what's it to you?
I find it funny how we have to be politically correct with all other religions, but when it comes to Christianity, people can say what they want. If he is praying, LET HIM PRAY. Isn't anything wrong with one expressing their beliefs in this free country. Anyways, good video. Great angle at the storm and everything. God bless!
Thanks for praying for these people. Such a lovely change from the usual expletives shot all through the typical tornado video.
if the man wants to pray let him pray I would too if I was a storm chaser
I like how the guy taping was praying for the people, calling out to Jesus to help them.
Glad to hear someone Calling on Jesus...That's exactly what I do in The sunshine & Severe weather......Thanks 4 praying 4 Tuscaloosa......
Bless this man for his prayers. And bless him for the fact that it was his first natural human visceral response.
If y’all have a problem with someone praying for people in danger maybe you need to get a life. He has compassion for people unlike you people. This is coming from an atheist.
This was a very tragic day for our city. Lives were lost. Lots of Babies were killed on that day. I also prayed for family as this tornado ripped through our city. It's not a laughing matter. The pain and fear that i felt in my heart on this day is unexplainable.
No problem with prayers, none at all. You took this video under dangerous circumstances and quietly at that, and most of the footage is awesome. Better a quiet prayer than the usual F bombing, screaming and S words that accompany way too many chase videos.
all of you cry babies whining about this man praying to jesus can save it. you weren't there, let him do what he feels is necessary and comforts him.angry atheists on the internet make my day.
So if the guy wants to pray let him pray. You atheists say that Christians are bigots (and I won't disagree a lot of us are), but if you can't watch a video and be open minded and understand that this guy is doing all he can do then you are just as bigoted as some Christians.
Hell I'm an agnostic, but I probably would have said Jesus 100 times too if I saw that tornado in person. That is great video footage though, other than the one I had seen of the dude at the shopping center where it touched down probably 500 ft away this is probably the best
dude u sound like good man how u believe is your business and u should never stop expressing that.keep up the good work bro.
this footage is so incredible...how many people get the chance to shoot this
Praise the LORD FOR YOU CALLING ON JESUS TO HELP THEM
This tornado was horrible I live in Tuscaloosa and it scared the Hell out of me when it happened.
The suction vortices make this look like pure evil.
May every being both divine and secular help the people of Tuscaloosa. It's been more than three years and they're STILL recovering. I knew the tornado was huge, but I had no idea that it was multi-vortex. That's pretty terrifying what conspired in those eight minutes.
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