SA needs God

2018-02-14 06:01

A FILM titled God is Dead, focuses on a philosophy professor coercing his students to inscribe and sign a statement that God is dead. A Christian lad who refuted this order was informed that he would fail the philosophy class and consequently, be prohibited from enrolling in the law faculty.

His girlfriend accused him of selfishness, when he did not comply with “sign the statement”. She severed their relationship. This film aptly illustrates that people are willing to sacrifice principles for riches or position. South Africa is rich in natural beauties and resources. Unfortunately, the corrupt, with their greed and avarice, have abandoned their conscience, accountability and compassion. Billions of rands are expended on ineffective crime-prevention measures. Serious and violent crimes have escalated. The perpetrators are blood thirsty.

The Department of Education has removed religious instruction from the curriculum. The idea of violence, destruction and a lack of morality should end, to acknowledge a system of law and order. Unfortunately, the “whistle-blowers”, those who are morally upright, are punished for their honesty.

Would you opt for honesty and morality, or take the rapidly spiralling downward plunge, as our leader, into corruption and economic disaster? The corrupt have sold out our country. Matthew 6:24: “No one can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one or love the other, or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.”

DR L.J. PELTZ

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