I have read and listened to so many of my fellow Guyanese expressing their concerns about our country’s dilemma and with time one can feel the gruesome pain and anguish that we pass on to one another. This pain does not discriminate but affects both Indo and Afro Guyanese, which should remind us that we are “one people”.
I want to assure each one of us that God is following what is happening with great interest and in His mercy He is giving all those who are causing this great pain on our nation the opportunity to redeem themselves. I want to lovingly remind everyone that, “anyone who knowingly causes pain on God’s creation will definitely face the wrath of God”. The bible says: “it is a fearful or dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God” – Hebrews 10:31.
I am convinced beyond any shadow of a doubt that if we continue to pray, we will see miraculous changes in our nation. I am again asking everyone to keep praying for our nation. God will respond to our inner pain and tears and will change the direction of our nation and when this happens, please be grateful enough to credit God for rescuing us from what seems like a hopeless future.
Many of our politicians are claiming to be “God fearing people” and many of us are asking the question, “How can God fearing people knowingly inflict such gruesome pain and anguish on others?” However, I would like to believe that they would be listening online to their pastor, priest, bishop or apostle declaring the word of God and I am sure that they must have heard their spiritual leader quoting the words of Jesus many times as recorded in John 14:15: “If you love me, keep my commandments”. Therefore, it is simple to conclude that, “if you do not live according to the commandments of God, you do not love God”. There is absolutely no middle ground for anyone of us. If we do not live by what we claim to be, God calls us “hypocrites” and He has a special place for hypocrites and that place is called “hell” which is a real place.
Let me clarify again that “prayer is not a religious act but it is talking to God and anyone who can speak can pray and please let me assure you that when we pray, God listens.
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