Well, unless Meakin is bringing most of his existing docile laity with him, there won't be much for him to pastor. For the LCG congregation in London consists of about 10 people when everyone is in attendance, and in the unspecified South, there may be 6 people, who can't tell their right hand from their left.
Among Hulme's discredited UK "ministry," or should that be hirelings, Meakin is probably respected and might even be admired by many of his fellow hirelings. So his departure just before the Feast will send shock waves through those who are still clinging to the wreckage, hoping to be rescued.
His departure will also be seen by some as a hideous act of treachery and betrayal. But they are just reaping what they sowed. In 1995, Hulme's hirelings, including Meakin, sold the brethren for what was called a financial package, but what God inspired Jeremiah to call a bribe!
My former "pastor," Peter Shenton, and local elder, Ian Martin, who are the most contemptible of men, will be on the phone to discuss the implications of Meakin's treachery. And like unscrupulous, contemptible politicians, they will begin to position themselves to occupy the vacancy created by Meakin's departure. But they will have to fight Rapson, who sees himself as a biblical scholar, trained in the Meredith school of theology. What a laugh!
Of course, God is not real to any of these people. If he was, they would never behave in such a deceitful and deplorable manner. For they would remember the words of the Chosen Vessel, when he says, "Do you not know that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God"(1 Cor.6:9).