It is a most unfortunate tragedy at the passing of opposition Leader Bhutto, such a Courageous person of Leadership, whose only goal was to help further the cause of freedom and democracy in an area of the world where oppression has ruled the peoples lives for 2000 or more years.
It seems like the people of those countries thrive on a thirst for blood-shed and violence. Thousands upon thousands of people perishing each year at the hands of Ideologically ego-driven maniacs. So many of our friends on the Democrat side want to continue to further the line that Islam is the “religion of peace” line. I’ve had it up to my ears with that line, Islam is not a “religion of peace”, but of lies.
I can assure though, that this is no time to be arguing politics, but more specifically…
Despite the fact that our gut instincts say, “Oh no, this is the end of the world”, mind you, and don’t get me wrong, I don’t say this to lessen the significance of Ms. Bhutto’s passing, but I believe good can come out of this, I honestly do.
You know, I don’t know if you have seen any of the movies, but there has been several movies published about the life and times of Jesus Christ (The Savior of mankind), who was beaten, scourged, and crucified for our every sin, from the time we were born, ’till the day we will ultimately die. Even despite the fact that He could have chosen not to, but unlike so many, He wasn’t thinking of Himself, but of lost and suffering people, destined to Devil’s torment.
What a horrible, horrible death, but do we concentrate solely on the horror of His death? No! It’s the message He brought, and the reason He died for us that means the most; and I tell you, He turned this world upside down, friends. People after more than 2000 years, not all, but people who were touched by His Truth have spread the Gospel until it has encompassed the globe. He’s still RIGHT HERE with us, this very day, Folks! HALLELUJAH!!!
Well, I seen in a way, kind of the same person in Ms. Bhutto. She wasn’t afraid. She was willing to step out for a worthy cause in a dark and oppressed world, to deliver that message of hope and peace, and I’m sure she inspired many for that same assurance, that same hope, that same peace to help make a better more peaceful world.
For those who were there, that were able to hear the message of hope she delivered, that cared, I’m sure she made an impact on their lives; and that’s all it takes, friends. The folks who were touched by her message could be inspired, and they could use her message to turn that Devil’s den into an oasis of Great Peace and Prosperity. All it takes is one person, to move an entire Nation.
Don’t take my word for it, just ask the Prince of Peace, Our heavenly Father from Above.
So, let’s keep the family of Ms. Bhutto and the country of Pakistan in our prayers; that the Lord will make good things happen.