PASTOR DROWNED IN HEAVY FLOOD WHILE TRYING TO PROTECT “CHURCH OFFERINGS” AFTER CRUSADE

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JESUS warns believers to be wary of thieves and robbers. He says: “I am the gate for the sheep. All who ever came before me were thieves and robbers, but the sheep did not hear them.” (John 10:7-8).

Who precisely are the thieves and robbers of whom Jesus speaks? Is he talking about men who mug us in the streets? Is he talking about highway robbers who snatch our cars? Or is he talking about those who break into our houses in the dead of night?

Listen and understand. The thieves and robbers of primary concern to Jesus are the pastors of our churches.

According to reports, a pastor drowned in a flood while purportedly trying to rescue an offering bowl after a heavy downpour.

The Ghanaian pastor identified as Rev. Issac Assiamah Arthur drowned by the heavy down pour in Apapam a town in Kyebi in the Eastern region.

Report has it that the church had a mega crusade on Wednesday and Thursday as the offerings were all stored in a bowl and was supposed to be taken to the bank on Friday.

However, Thursday night, it rained heavy and the whole town was flooded, peoples room were flooded.

Unfortunately, the flood got into Rev. Issac Assiamah Arthur’s church and destroyed everything.

The flood also took away the church’s offertory bowl .

In a bid to rescue the offertory bowl, Rev. Issac Assiamah Arthur was said to have drowned in the flood.

Residents in the town later found his body few meters from his house and deposited it at the morgue pending autopsy.

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They lodged a complaint to the police in Kyebi area of Ghana, who have began investigations .

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