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The Wicked Flee When No One Pursues, But The Righteous Are Bold As a Lion

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The Wicked Flee When No One Pursues, But The Righteous Are Bold As a Lion
Posted By: Joel Savage on January 24, 2021

A strong bold lion without any fear is what I am



"God didn't give us the spirit of fear." This biblical scripture that can be found at 2Timothy 1: 7, tells us that there is no need for a man to fear because God didn't put fear in anyone.



Fear is an emotion experienced by everyone. It can have both negative and positive impacts on human lives, so, we need to ask ourselves why are thousands of people living in constant fear today if the negative impact of fear psychologically affects people?



When a person feels threatened, he or she can be scared, therefore, because of that fear, he will be careful so that nothing wrong happens to him. At the same time, there are others too that live in constant fear because of the wrong they did against other people since they fear reprisals.



The latter is what the US and Western European governments are experiencing at the moment. The US government and their Western European allies, Britain, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, etc; have committed so much crime against Africa or the black people to the extent that their governments feel restless because they fear payback.



The bible was brought to Africa as a means of deception, to oppress a race that has no power to defend themselves, yet the bible has played a significant role in the lives of Africans because we can't ignore the soothing, consolation, and healing words of this great book.



Slavery, colonial ****, Apartheid horrors, and the deliberate spread of diseases in Africa haven't only thought Africans a great lesson but have also made them one of the toughest creatures on earth, able to withstand serious situations and calamities than Europe and the United States of America.



Even though Africans have no intention to cause any pain to the white man, because of the crimes Europe and the US governments have committed against humanity in both Africa and America, they always live in constant fear. The only thing which can give them rest is to apologize to Africa but this is something they are prepared to do.



Instead, they think the best way to control their fear and reduce any possible threat or payback is to control articles of writers.



I am an African writer but none of my articles carry or instigate **** against white people or governments, yet I have been treated worse than a criminal or as a ****because of the truth.



I receive e-mails daily from many of my readers who are concerned about me and my family, followed by warnings to be careful about my life but I always have one answer for them that I haven't committed any crime to be scared of presidents, politicians, and governments.



Their childish actions of suppressing the truth on our blogs and censoring what we write rather suggest they are scared of us. In life, if you live in a glasshouse, you don't have to throw stones at your neighbor and if you are scared of a payback, then stop committing white-collar crimes against the poor, weak, and vulnerable nations or people.



What do people want in this world? If everyone wants to be a leader, who will stay behind to help the blind? And if everyone wants to **** for gold and diamond, who will be responsible for that bloodshed? Why do people do evil to other people if they are not willing to do it to themselves?



Our world is fast collapsing, with the **** of innocent people, yet nobody cares about that because the victims are black people and secondly because they get their bloody diamonds they are looking for but in this world, whatever a man sows, the same he shall reap.



We have heard of what great science can do but we have never heard of a farmer who planted an apple tree and when it was ready to harvest they were tomatoes. It's a shame if one views the current situation in this terrific world of coronavirus, putting fear and anxiety in everyone.



We must remind ourselves, based on my bible, those who live by the sword will die by the sword, therefore, those abetting and aiding crimes committed by those occupying high positions in the society have no route to escape when the wrath of God befalls on them. They will also perish at the right time the Almighty God has set for them.

Related article: It Takes Courage To Speak The Truth, The Reason Many Are Scared/ https://juskosave.blogspot.com/2020/12/it-...
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