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Pastor shot in Brittons Hill

Tue, September 17, 2013 - 10:40 AM

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting of Pastor Telston Allen, age  54 of Brittons Hill, St. Michael.

About 9.25 pm on Monday 16 September 2013, Allen received a gunshot injury to his right leg by an unknown assailant near his residence.  He was taken to the QEH by ambulance, where he is being treated.

 

 

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Posted by RANDY BRIDGEMAN 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Usually we don't hear of "men of the cloth" getting shot, so this one comes as somewhat of a surprise. Was this a case of a robbery gone bad, a random act of violence or was there another reason for the shooting? Wish the Nation would provide more information about such incidents rather than the blurb they throw us.

I wish the pastor well and will continue to pray for his full recovery. The Lord protects His own and this is another example. For it could've been worse. Sometimes though we take the necessary precautions, we can't see everything evil coming our way.

Too many people with wicked intent and dangerous weapons on the streets of our country. The Holy Bible states that the "heart of man is desperately wicked." This is referring to unregenerate man.

The only reason the world hasn't experienced a full onslaught from evil forces is due to the prayers of the Saints for the restraining hand of GOD in the affairs of mankind. Otherwise, "all hell would've broken loose" by now.

My Christian brethren, please let us continue to pray that "thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven." ALL countries desperately need it. Thanks.

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