Originally Posted by Rapidmc
I haven't exactly been living a clean life and I am kind of afraid of what he may say.
It can't be any worse than what my hometown bishop said to me after several years of atheism and doing whatever I wished - he said "Log2, now that you've been in the world and sampled everything it has to offer, you're ready to come back."
That stung me to my heart and caused me no small amount of shame - because it was true - and I think he was inspired to say it. Looking back, I think that shame helped me in my repentance process.
In any event, the bishop is a messenger of the Lord to you, to give you whatever is needful in helping you to reclaim your place as a child of Christ - fear nothing he has to say, and don't be offended, but hear with your heart.