Here’s a compelling statistic:
Nearly 100% of committed atheists end up accepting Jesus Christ as their personal savior on their deathbeds. Isn’t that interesting?
It’s doubly interesting when you consider the mainstream media jubilantly lauds the rising popularity of atheists in America. And many believe Christianity is currently under attack.
But when a person is close to death, they want to be surrounded by loved ones.
They also often want calming music, and some even prefer to be watch their favorite television show or movie. One of my friends died to the voice of his wife reading him the last chapter of “The Return of the King.”
It also isn’t unusual to learn someone died listening to a lie. You know what I mean…
A man is dying on the battlefield and asks his buddy, “Did we succeed in blowing up the bridge?” His buddy, looking at the intact bridge says, “Yeah, man. It’s completely gone.”
But THIS lie is more than a little sad.
“An Oregon man died peacefully in his home after his ex-wife lied to him and told him President Trump was impeached.
Michael Garland Elliott, 75, passed away on April 6 surrounded by friends, caregivers, and neighbors who loved him, the New York Daily News reported.
Teresa Elliott, 68, Michael’s ex-wife who is described as his ‘best friend’ in his obituary published in the Oregonian, told the Daily News that she told him Trump was impeached over the phone from her home in Austin, Texas.
‘I knew it was his very, very last moments,’ Teresa Elliott said. ‘I knew that would bring him comfort and it did. He then took his final breath.’
When the Daily News asked Teresa if she regretted telling Michael fake news, she replied,’Oh, God no.’
‘If I could leave him with a happy piece of news then why wouldn’t I?’ she said. ‘And maybe in the end it won’t turn out to be a lie.‘”
Yes, Teresa, maybe.
And perhaps Hillary will be crowned Queen of America.
Then again, if Democrat morons like Maxine Waters had their way, Trump would be impeached next week. So I suppose the danger IS real…and I suppose there’s nothing wrong with a man dying in peace.