The Failed Fake News Story


I thought I would share this from my co-worker and friend William Sharp. I liked the way he took a current trend and made application.

William Sharp

Everything depended on the story to be false. The government did not want it to be true, the religious leaders, and many leaders in the community. They believed he was dead, they saw it with their own eyes and knew he couldn’t be revived. There was no way the plan was going to backfire. Now all they needed to do was make sure the body didn’t go anywhere. Gathering before the high official, they recall what the man had said…

Sir, we remember how that impostor said, while he was still alive, ‘After three days I will rise.’

Urging him to be precautionary regarding the body, they implored that the site be guarded, just in case someone stole the remains. He ordered that the soldiers be sent to the tomb and put on watch, making it as secure as they could. They sealed it and put soldiers on watch, knowing…

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