Click here to watch the video of Bishop Paul Morton’s message to Bishop Eddie Long.
But if Eddie Long says he did nothing wrong and he was falsely accused and just settled the case to get it out of the way so that the church could move on, what is there to repent of?

In response to the recent lawsuit filed against Bishop Eddie Long, Bishop Paul Morton recently spoke out against Long, calling him to apologize and repent.
Long, pastor of Atlanta’s New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, in May quietly settled the sexual misconduct lawsuits filed against him, after he vowed to his congregation he would fight.
Four men–all former members of Long’s church now in their early 20s–claim the pastor used gifts, trips and money to coerce them into engaging in sex acts with him beginning when they were 17 or 18. Because the men were over the age of consent in Georgia, which is 16, no criminal charges were filed.
In a message posted online on Tuesday, Morton publicly called out Long and said he should apologize to the men who sued him. “If the settlement has already been made they can’t sue you again, but you can apologize,” he said. “Some people will stay with you, some people gonna leave you, but you’ve got to leave that up to God. Those are the consequences for the sins that we do.”
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SOURCE: Charisma News
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