KAKAMPI MO ANG BATAS: Father slit daughter’s throat: here’s why! PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 22 May 2014 12:29



LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… The wicked go down to the realm of the dead, all the nations that forget God…” (Proverbs 9:17, the Holy Bible).

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FATHER SLITS DAUGHTER’S THROAT, POSTS PIC ONLINE: The news about the father slitting the throat of his seven year old daughter in front of a camera, and then, posting the crime in Facebook to spite his wife, the mother of the hapless child who is away working abroad, is terribly shocking, but we had it coming, really. I mean, only an insane man could ever kill, his daughter yet, and get a photograph of it and then allow everybody else to see it later.

Yet again, this insanity, madness, and confusion of the mind, is a curse from God, which He promised He will give to people who no longer listen to Him and who no longer obey His commands. This is very clear from the Bible, in its Deuteronomy 28:15 and 29. And quite clearly, what the Bible said will happen is happening to us right now!

Truly, when we no longer listen to God and no longer obey Him, we lose our sanity and become really insane and mad, and mentally confused, that we can do even the most despicable of crimes. I am willing to bet that the man in this case is not reading the Bible, not attending mass or praise and worship services, and certainly is not obeying God’s commands.

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FILIPINOS’ HEIGHTENED CRIMINALITY: HERE’S WHY! A politician from Mindanao who survived an ambush in Quezon City years back asked a police general who came to the politician’s rescue: “what is happening to our country, general?”, to underscore the Filipino’s heightened criminality. The answer is that, we, Filipinos, have simply strayed too far away from God even if we strongly deny it, that’s is what.

Generations of Filipinos are no longer taught “religion” in our schools, on the mistaken notion that this is mandated by the so-called “separation of powers” of government under the Constitution. As well, almost all Filipinos are no longer taught “good manners and right conduct”, either in school or in their homes. In fact, God is no longer talked about, and is rarely mentioned, if at all, in Filipino homes.

Then, for the longest time in memory, many Filipinos have been sporting a “so-so” kind of spiritual faith—not hot and not cold, enabling them to justify not going to mass or praise and worship services, not reading the Bible, not living by spiritual principles, and therefore not being guided by the Holy Spirit.

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LACK OF SPIRITUALITY AS A WAY OF LIFE FOR FILIPINOS: And so, lack of spiritually has become a way of life for many here. It has given Filipinos a sense of “liberation”, phony and dangerous though it maybe, enabling them to do even those that are forbidden by the Bible. Now, we can see men and women wantonly, openly, and shamelessly indulging in adulterous relationships, changing partners as often as they change underwear.

Now we can see men boldly proclaiming to the public their relationships with other men, and women publicly cavorting with other women, often even against the wishes of their parents and other relatives. Now we are witnesses to how government officials plunder public funds, in billions of pesos, and not even feel any shame about their misdeeds.

We are also seeing virtually all the curses promised by God to those who no longer listen to Him and who no longer obey Him, as afflicting our entire nation, particularly global warming and climate change. The tragedy in all these is that, there appears to be no one wanting to move to bring out the Filipino nation from this morass leading to death and destruction using God’s guidelines in the Bible. Sad!

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REMINDERS: Please tune in: “Tambalang Batas at Somintac sa DZEC”, at 1062 kHz, Mondays to Fridays, at 6 a.m., simulcast, real time, over www.eaglenews.ph;  “Kakampi Mo Ang Batas sa Radyo Trabungko FM”, at 103.7 mHz in Don Carlos, Bukidnon, Mondays to Fridays, at 7 a.m.; and “Kakampi Mo Ang Batas sa DYKA” at 801 kHz on the AM band (Panay Island), Mondays to Fridays, at 10 a.m.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 May 2014 14:00