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Haters of the light!

21 August 2014, 11:46 Onyeji Dominic

"The people who warned you have something to hide. I have just finished watching the movie titled, "The Bible" If I may ask! Who wanted Jesus dead? I can't remember their names but they were the so-called 'good' and God-fearing men," Tamara Voorn stated. She knew what she said and everything she said was right. It is not news because the same movie she watched is everywhere for everybody to buy and watch for good under the Sun.

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According to the story or movie, those greedy big men (pastors) did not want anybody to see light those days. That was why they had to crucify Jesus. They saw him as a big threat because he was exposing their evil ways in the realm of jungle. Insight revealed it to him from above. He saw that the people were wallowing in darkness, and those bitter truths he told in public were meant to serve as the light for them in the jungle.

Also read: Circle of religious folly under the sun

The big men (pastors or Jewish leaders) did not want the light. They needed their sheep to remain in darkness for their selfish interest and benefits. That was why they had to nail Jesus on the Cross. It meant that the "darkness" (ignorance of the people) was helping the foolish pastors to take advantage of the sheepish fools and religious maniacs. The wise described the big men (foolish shepherds) as haters of light.

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