I'm confused. Doesn't one of the commandments say something about stealing? Maybe these thieves missed that lesson.

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many churches to change up their services. People who attended church on a regular basis started watching sermons on the internet from the comfort of their homes. Things got a little uncomfortable and dangerous for church members who witnessed a robbery live on the internet.

According to the New York Daily News, several thieves barged into Leaders of Tomorrow International Ministry with guns while Bishop Lamor Whitehead was preaching.

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The ministry staff is stunned as they sit and watch the thieves rob Whitehead of his jewelry.

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Whitehead complies and you can see the thieves approach him. They then appear to be grabbing onto him.

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According to the New York Daily News, the three thieves made out with $400,000 worth of Whitehead's jewelry. Bishop Whitehead is known for dressing flashy which is not a trait of most religious leaders so this sets him apart.

 

I have so many questions. If you rob a pastor are securing your spot in Hell? Why does a religious leader in Brooklyn have $400,000 worth of jewelry?   Check out the insane video that was shared on Twitter and viewed over 1 million times.

 

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