I'm Christian. I'll let Nigeria do this to me. Let me be hard done by. It is not every day I get an opportunity to be cheated out of my rights. It is not every day I have the opportunity to feel really really deprived. It is not every day I will get the opportunity to be cheated. So, I will use this as a springboard, and a learning place. Let me learn forbearance, and forgiveness. Let me grow my character as a Christian. Let me grow in virtue.
The world looks for leaders everyday to celebrate, but no one celebrates good followership. No one even considers followership a thing today. But realistically, I think our nation is damaged more on our side than on the side of the rulers.
My only hope is that the darkness of Nigerian politics does not get too dark, and discourage light from being light in darkness. If you get it, you get it.
Get down to it, leader. In fact get to the point where all you do is do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. No one saved the world by talking, except when the talk led to decisive action. It's all about the action.
I think the greatest problem Nigeria has is a Christian population that is extremely selfish. We are like salt refusing to melt into the soup to give it taste. We are like a light that wants to give light inward. We are like a city of refuge that offers no refuge at all. We are a burnt offering that wants to eat itself as barbecue and not offer itself as paschal lambs to those who need it. We do not give anymore. We are the takers. And our christianity is a contradiction to Christianity
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This world does not belong to you Christians.... It is laudable that you want people to conform to your ways but the Bible's command is for you to not conform to the world.