Singer, Chrissie Hynde, enjoyed the ultimate rock ‘n’ roll existence. She spent some of her early years on top of the music polls with the Pretenders. She lived the wild lifestyle with other rockers. When asked if she would do it all again she replied, “Definitely not.” She said, “I would get rid of a lot of the drugs and debauchery and alcohol, all the stuff that led to misery. That’s the one thing different about my story. Everyone else says, ‘I don’t regret anything.’ You know what? I regret all of it.”
Right now Hynde is choosing to talk about her guilt and regrets. She still has a choice. She can make the choice of Judas who ended his own life in despair, or the choice of Peter, who fell at the feet of Jesus and repented of his rejection of Christ outside the trial room, and served the King of kings the rest of his life. —Jim L. Wilson and Jim L Wilson and Rodger Russell
The Week, September 18, 2015 p. 10
Matthew 27:5 (HCSB) So he threw the silver into the sanctuary and departed. Then he went and hanged himself.