Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The Drop Dead Confession

Those of us who are Christian's and believe in the principal's of Christianity know that whatever you sow you must reap. The process of sowing and reaping  is made in reference to planting seeds and watching them grow to bare fruit.
In this case the sowing is done in the deeds that we do, good or bad, and the reaping represents the result of those deeds, good or bad. The process of reaping and sowing is often thought of as the long term process. But sometimes it may not take nearly as long as we think.

Bishop Bobby Davis, a Connecticut pastor has died after confessing to his congregation he cheated on his wife.

On Sunday Davis asked the congregation to stay afterward for him to make an important confession that he had already made to his wife of 50 years.

Davis collapsed suddenly when members of the congregation questioned him about his admitted infidelity. 

But according to the local media, churchgoers were actually expressing their forgiveness when Davis unexpectedly passed away.

A church elder was quoted as saying: "We were shouting, 'We forgive you, we love you,' but the stress of all of it, he had a heart attack." Davis' official cause of death, though, has not been determined.

Police have already reviewed a video that a church member recorded while attending service. Police have also interviewed several witnesses.

Davis had been a pastor at the church he and his wife founded since 1967. He leaves behind six children and eight grandchildren.

May he rest in peace.


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