Suit alleges Bishop Long defaulted on property
Embattled Bishop Eddie Long took a hit Monday as a new suit was filed, ordering him and two others to pay $1.9 million for defaulting on a property loan.
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#1 Oct 12, 2010
As I look at this terrible situation, I think back to What Jesus said and how he lived his life here on earth. I hear him say to "lay up your treasures in heaven" NOT here on earth. I wonder what God really thinks about the lavish life styles we all are living while so many children who cannot take care of themselves need medical help and go hungry during their life. Is not this the reason the church was created and deacons were given to run the church; to look after the widows and orphans. We should not look to the federal government to do OUR job. Nowhere in the Bible do I read the Government was to do the church's job. Let's have REAL separation of church and state.
I truly hope he is innocent, but if he is not, then it is up to GOD to judge him; not me.
Since: Oct 08
#2 Oct 12, 2010
He may have been waiting on obama to step in and help. Thats the mentality these days.
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