Philandering Pastor Hangs Himself After Sending his Penis Pictures to Church
Moody Adams "A South African pastor has killed himself after accidentally sending pictures of his penis to his church. Pastor Letsego, from the Christ Embassy - a Christian megachurch founded in Nigeria in the 1990s - is believed to have sent the pictures accompanied by the caption: "Wife is away, it's all yours tonight", the Daily Post reported.
Benjamin Robinson writes, “Google the words “pastor” and “suicide” and you’ll find no less than eight recent examples. “On November 10th, 2013, Pastor Teddy Parker Jr shot himself after sending his wife and children to church. When he didn’t show up, they returned home in between services to discover his body.
“Less than three weeks later, Pastor Ed Montgomery of Full Gospel Christian Assemblies International Church in Hazel Crest, Illinois, shot himself in front of his pleading mother and son.
“Less then two weeks later, Pastor Isaac Hunter of Summit Church in Orlando, Florida died by a self-inflicted gunshot wound as well.
“Then, in April of 2014, Pastor Robert McKeehan of Community Bible Church in High Point, N.C. hung himself. “On May 1st, 2014, DB Antrim, Family Pastor of Westwind Church in Waukee, Iowa took his own life as well.
“Michael Mullis, former pastor of Near Calvary Baptist Church in Concord, N.C., reportedly asked to go to the bathroom to put on his shoes when sheriff’s deputies arrived to arrest him on child molestation charges. When he got to the bathroom, he reportedly pulled out a pistol and shot himself.
“And the most recent reports are of a murder-suicide of a pastor and his wife in North Carolina on August 20th, and the self-inflicted gunshot death of Bishop David Huskins of Cedar Lake Christian Center near Atlanta.”
So why are so many pastors committing suicide? One reason is Satan is a hunter. 1 Peter 5:8 says “your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour.”
Here is the Devil’s plan to devour you, especially if you are a leader: 1. Desireable enticement. Usually sex, money or power. With Judas it was money. 2. Despair of any hope. Judas tried to undo his betrayal by returning 30 pieces of silver. 3. Death. Judas went out and hung himself.