The justice system gone awry

The purpose of justice is to ensure fairness and sustenance of a competent civilization. Only in primitive cultures can one envisage a condition of survival of the fittest. A society that punishes the hard worker, but promoting the sluggards is susceptible to become extinct, within a short period. It is…

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True Christianity is not revolutionary, but evolutionary.

The term ‘revolution’ implies a forcible overthrow of an unacceptable government or social order in favor of a new system. Yet an evolution implies a gradual development of something, from simplicity towards a more complex form. As an introducer of God’s Kingdom, Jesus used parables that suggest an evolutionary process:…

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The impact of insanity, as affecting human survival.

All problems of humanity are derived from the condition of insanity, more than the assumed actions of God. There is nothing unsolvable in this world, except as hindered by the condition of insanity in our midst. Ignorance, resulting from a lack of education can be brought into the fray. But,…

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Failure was not designed for humans—let alone Christians

The most unacceptable condition in this life is the failure to achieve success. Indeed, there cannot be a single person having not experienced failure, one way or the other. Even the school-going children, get confronted by the fear of possible failure in their school-work. Failure itself has got levels so…

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A problem cannot solve another problem

“You have heard that it was said, ‘Eye for eye, and a tooth for a tooth.’ “But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also. And if anyone wants to sue you and take…

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Responsibility is in tandem with faith

Jesus often taunted His disciples for lacking faith. “You unbelieving and perverse generation,” Jesus replied, “How long shall I stay with you? How long shall I put up with you? Bring the boy here to me.” (Matthew 17:17) (NIV). It is important to know the reason why Jesus derided those…

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The enigma of bourgeoisie in African revolutions.

Was the armed struggle designed to remove the white men, so that black rulers could freely butcher their own people? It seems the so-called SADAC countries are good, only at speechifying after their regular regional meetings. How could they honestly treat such barbarism as business as usual, when everything deteriorates…

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The incident that revealed the spirit of worship

People worship Jesus, the world over. But Jesus never instructed anyone to worship Him, except doing God’s will. He traveled places, accompanied by his disciples, including others like Mary and Martha. He never taught His disciples how to worship, except teaching them to apply what He taught. But, even His…

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What is new replaces the old.

There is a misunderstanding, adopted from the traditional cultures, insisting that what is old is superior to what is new. Logic does not subscribe to that conclusion, whatsoever. The old may have been superior in those olden days, but what is new becomes superior to that which is old. This…

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Only the morally challenged seek comfort in this world

Life is an interesting adventure, only when facing challenges. Without challenges life becomes so boring and without purpose. The only reason why most Zimbabweans prefer living in the diaspora is a symptom that makes Africa a miserable continent. Life loses its value, in direct proportion to desiring comfort in this…

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