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Taking solace in blood shed

24 July 2014, 13:02 Jibunor George Chuks

We all know now that not only those who kills with explosive devices, machetes and so on are the blood customers but, the ritual killers, most politicians, some business men and women who have in one course sacrificed their neighbours children in other for their businesses to grow stronger. Life is so strange when you discover what most people do or what they are doing in other to make money, control power, be famous and so on.

You begin to ask yourself do these people have minds and conscience anymore! No they don't. When in life, you have reached some stages whereby you want to do some things that are not right and your mind is at peace with that, believe me, those people are zombies that feeds on flesh and bloods. They are eaters of flesh and suckers of blood. These people, what runs through their bodies? Blood or water..? A question we must answer.

The armed robbers are not left out in this; who kills in cold bloods in other to get away with their operation. Hmmm, where are we heading to with all this blood that we are sharing every now and then? Remember, no one can create a single drop of blood. Can you cut yourself with a knife and see how it feels when you do that to others? Do to others what you will wish for them to do to you. Let's stop sharing blood because we cannot make a single drop of it. Remember; the blood of the innocent we share will definitely speak and stand against us on the last day. There is no solace in human blood but in the blood of Jesus Christ who died for all that we may have life in abundant. God cannot be mocked don't be deceived. God help us.

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