Q151 Transcript

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Jones: Maria. Maria McClain. Your sister in a wheelchair? Sister, to build your faith. You have two children?

McClain: Yes.

Jones: Now, sister. You are pregnant.

McClain: Yes.

Jones: You are crippled. Unable to walk.

McClain: That’s right.

Jones: Hands clasped. Injury to your spine. In a car.

McClain: Yes. (Cries)

Jones: Now I must prevent a tragedy for your yet unborn child, because in a cramped co– condition, you’ve had bad circulation in your hands, feel cold. You feel cold to those that touch them now.

McClain: Yes.

Jones: The– the– the difficulty for the child, so there will be no difficulty with the child, which would be born a mongoloid.

McClain: Oh!

Jones: But it won’t be.

McClain: God.

Congregation: Cheers

Jones: (glossolalia) You’ve suffered from this condition for several years. Seven and a half. This has caused you to have such crippling to the point you can no longer walk. Now, sister, your hand is even gnarled. You’ve got rheumatoid arthritis on top of it.

McClain: Yes.

Jones: (unintelligible word) your hand. Your hand’s gnarled, isn’t it?

McClain: Yes.

Jones: (Voice rises throughout) Hold it out there. Hold it out there. Straighten it. Move it. Bend it fast. That’s it. That’s it. Now bend it. Now (unintelligible word) make a fist out of it. Make a fist out of it. Hold your hand up. Hold it up. Hahaha! Hands clasped.

Congregation: Cheers

Jones: Sister’s had to help you there, you’re unable to walk or able to stand. I say you can stand. I say you can stand. Stand up. Now you’re on your feet. Nurses, step lo– Step loose. Step loose. Sister, straighten your shoulder. Straighten up. Straighten your back. I command it, according to my (unintelligible) Spirit! Now, sister– Sister, I say walk. I say walk. I say walk. First step you’ve taken in seven and a half years. But I say walk. Walked out of that wheelchair. Wheel that wheelchair right behind you. Wheel– bring that wheelchair right behind you. Walk! Walk, child! Good God Almighty! Walk! Love God. Love God. Look at her shouting and dancing now. Look at her dancing now. Spirit of God. Walking.

Man: Hey, God. (Sings)

Jones: You better rejoice, you better rejoice. Seven and a half years. Walking out of that wheelchair. She’s walking very rapidly. Walking very rapidly, without a walker. Walking very rapidly. Walking out of wheelchairs. God. I told you what it was. (Starts to sing, tape fades)

 

Part 2 (virtual duplicate of part 1):

Jones: Maria. Maria McClain. Your sister in a wheelchair? Sister, to build your faith. You have two children?

McClain: Yes.

Jones: Now, sister. You are pregnant.

McClain: Yes.

Jones: Awfully late in life to be pregnant, in the condition you’re in.You are crippled. Unable to walk.

McClain: That’s right.

Jones: Hands clasped. Injury to your spine. In a car.

McClain: Yes. (Cries)

Jones: Now I must prevent a tragedy for your yet unborn child, because in a cramped co– condition, you’ve had bad circulation in your hands, feel cold. You feel cold to those that touch them now.

McClain: Yes.

Jones: The– the– the difficulty for the child, so there will be no difficulty with the child, which would be born a mongoloid.

McClain: Oh!

Jones: But it won’t be.

McClain: God.

Congregation: Cheers

Jones: (glossolalia) You’ve suffered from this condition for several years. Seven and a half. This has caused you to have such crippling to the point you can no longer walk. Now, sister, your hand is even gnarled. You’ve got rheumatoid arthritis on top of it.

McClain: Yes.

Jones: (unintelligible word) your hand. Your hand’s gnarled, isn’t it?

McClain: Yes.

Jones: (Voice rises throughout) Hold it out there. Hold it out there. Straighten it. Move it. Bend it fast. That’s it. That’s it. Now bend it. Now (unintelligible word) make a fist out of it. Make a fist out of it. Hold your hand up. Hold it up. Hahaha! Hands clasped.

Congregation: Cheers

Jones: Sister’s had to help you there, you’re unable to walk or able to stand. I say you can stand. I say you can stand. Stand up. Now you’re on your feet. Nurses, step lo– Step loose. Step loose. Sister, straighten your shoulder. Straighten up. Straighten your back. I command it, according to my (unintelligible) Spirit! Now, sister– Sister, I say walk. I say walk. I say walk. First step you’ve taken in seven and a half years. But I say walk. Walked out of that wheelchair. Wheel that wheelchair right behind you. Wheel– bring that wheelchair right behind you. Walk! Walk, child! Good God Almighty! Walk! Love God. Love God. Look at her shouting and dancing now. Look at her dancing now. Spirit of God. Walking.

Man: Hey, God. (Sings)

Jones: You better rejoice, you better rejoice. Seven and a half years. Walking out of that wheelchair. She’s walking very rapidly. Walking very rapidly, without a walker. Walking very rapidly. Walking out of wheelchairs. God. I told you what it was. (Starts to sing, tape fades)

End of tape

Tape originally posted July 2011

Originally posted on June 16th, 2013.

Last modified on April 4th, 2014.
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