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Be on the alert!

Thursday, January 17, 2019

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Dear Editor,

We give thanks to God, the giver of life, for this New Year 2019. We thank God for sparing our lives to see another year.

I know many of us have our visions and expectations for this new year. We set our goals and we work towards them. That's good and fine, but I have come to realise that the enemy of God and the enemy of the human race has his goal to get as many people into hell with him.

In the past, many have risen up and tried to destroy the Bible by burning it in fire, but we see God's word can never be destroyed, for we still have the Bible around today. The Lord says that, “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not pass away.” (See Matthew 24:35)

But the enemy is following a different tactic. He is waging psychological warfare on the biblical principles that God has given to us as the guide to live by. The enemy no longer wants us to use the Bible as our moral guide, but to replace it with culture, subjective feelings and societal thinking. The ideology of the humanistic views has taken over the minds of many and it has let them live in an illusion, believing that they have the answers and the solutions for their problems, without any divine intervention. Only a fool would believe that any human has all the answers.

Parents, be on the alert, be in the know, rescue your little ones before you regret it. Send your children to a Bible-based church. Do your duty, parents, make it be also your responsibility to teach your children who their creator is. Open the Bible in your home and read it to your children from an early age.

There is a psychological war against the Bible and it is raging. If you are not aware, you will be caught up into this deception.

Let this year be a year when you look in the Bible for answers.

Sonia Fay Buckland


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