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Why the black pastors are not true disciples of Christ

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2017-12-19 09:36:31
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Why the black pastors are not true disciples of Ch


@Author, while you were trying to articulate your points using the black African preachers as a case study, its so sad that you did not fully evaluate the social impact of these religious organizations on the society. Today we expect the church to solve all our societal problem while the political leaders we entrusted our nation with have nothing good to offer the citizens. It is an act of cowardice to write an epistle about how the church is not feeding everyone on the street. If you want the church to carry out the responsibility of the state, then vote for a preacher during the next election. While Africans seek solace in spirituality, the political class ride on the ignorance of the people and make minced meat of the citizens. A citizen wants to travel from one town to the other, such individual will have to pray because the roads are bad, there are no working streetlights, armed robbers can attack you, etc. I would have appreciated it we look at our citizens who are product of one religious institution or the other, but they are more wicked than the devil. When we point a finger at others the rest points to us. Let us all check ourselves as individuals then we can have a better society.

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