The is no atheist in a plane crash. Everyone screams Jesus!!!

We all have drifted, sinned and come short of the glory of God.

We need to find the WAY back home.

That we have all backed high sounding degrees and attained unimaginable feats in our life’s endeavors, doesn’t derogate from the fact that God is real and Jesus Christ is alive.

This is the TRUTH.

No matter what your religion is, you still have to account to a supreme being. It really does not matter your status in the society.

Be you who, you must bow to that supreme being. He is God.

We, humans, have the tendency to sweep dirt under the carpet, hoping to wish them away or conceal it, to say the least. The dirt will one day stink.

This is not LIFE.

We go astray often and wander into the unknown, even with our high sounding degrees and attainment in society.

Jesus Christ says: I am the WAY, the TRUTH, and the LIFE.

To ignore the TRUTH is to embrace falsehood, which leads us nowhere. Hence, we would never find our WAY and may lose our LIFE in the process.

We desire to correct the ills we have brought upon ourselves, we seek to determine our lives, our future and regulate our activities as a sovereign nation.

It is not far fetched.

We, however, must self-correct, we must be true to ourselves should we really mean to succeed.

We need to have a rethink of our conducts going forward, whilst reflecting on “how did we get here?”

At the same time, we must do away with the very attitude that promotes and condones that which got us here.

Evil begets evil.

It may not come today, but it surely will visit you.

I thank you.

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