Man In Coma For Past Month Arrives At Church, Assumes He's Been Left Behind

BACKWATERTON, AR—Local man Rayford Williams has been in a coma for the past month, so he was excited to get back to his church family. Unfortunately, he was totally unaware of the COVID-19 outbreak, which has caused most churches to move their services online.

"Oh man," he said as he walked into the empty church building on Sunday, assuming he had missed the Rapture. "I knew I should have paid more attention to that Kirk Cameron movie."

Luckily, the church had prepared for such an occasion with a pamphlet titled "So You've Been Left Behind" available in the lobby. Williams read through the material and searched his heart, wondering when he had fallen away from his faith. "It was probably that time I played Dungeons & Dragons with my kids. I ran the race for years only to disqualify myself at the end."

"There's no time to change my mind - the Son has come and I've been left behind."

Babylon Bee subscriber Michael Cunningham contributed to this report. If you want to get involved with the staff writers at The Babylon Bee, check out our membership options here!
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