“Watch Out Against Seeds Of Dissension!”
Good morning Kongnyuy. Just as I was contemplating on how to open this letter, I read from a friend that “those who walk with God always get to their destination.” I said “O my God; this is just what you and your kinsmen need now!”
I urge you please tell your uncles that they should not only walk with God, let them be one in objective.
I have heard it rumoured that Mbarga, Ali and cohort are not ready for any reason to let go of Limunga and Che. Rather, they want to take advantage of the indecisiveness of your uncles who cannot agree on what they actually want. Mbarga and Co want to take advantage of that and sow further seeds of dissension amongst your uncles that will lead to in-fightings! Watch out against seeds of dissension! Please be wise!
Again, they intend to make a few concessions by improving a little bit on the living conditions of Limunga and Che. This will paint the lie that at least they are being human! “That one na big lie!”
I told you before, I am telling you again; tell your uncles that it’s a rough and dreary road ahead! They should know that there is no easy walk to freedom. Limunga and Che should not also just fold their hands waiting for a miracle to happen; it doesn’t happen that way! God makes 99 steps to get to us but allow us to make the other step; that is called miracle!
In fact, “die dey for big compound”, so all family members must be involved!
The man who gave his life on behalf of the dispossessed, disenfranchised, suppressed oppressed and marginalised said, “… Surely I am with you always to the very end of the age!”
Yes, walk with God and you will surely get to your destination! Many are those who on the eve of victory sat down to rest, and while resting they perished! If only they has pushed on even a little bit harder!
Remain peaceful and tell the others that peace must reign! Avoid any violent confrontations and wanton destruction! The Prince of peace whom we await says, “If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing” (Jn. 15:5). So walk with God! Have a blessed day! Peace be with you
This is a meditation offered today morning by the PCC SYNORK CLERK