Christians At Boyz II Men Concert Compromised Their Faith – Jimmy Kumwenda

Former Radio Christian Voice presenter Jimmy Kumwenda has taken a swipe at Christians who briefly abandoned their faith for some entertainment at the Boyz II Men Concert in Lusaka last weekend. Kumwenda says the church has learnt the art of … Continued

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Former Radio Christian Voice presenter Jimmy Kumwenda has taken a swipe at Christians who briefly abandoned their faith for some entertainment at the Boyz II Men Concert in Lusaka last weekend. Kumwenda says the church has learnt the art of justifying sin without shame. “You adulterous people, don’t you know that friendship with the world means enmity against God? “Therefore, anyone who chooses to be a friend of the world becomes an enemy of God. “Going to secular events is enmity with God and it’s sin no matter how you try to justify it. “Every Christian that attended the boys II men concert are back slidden and they seriously need to repent and evaluate their walk with the Lord. “Going to secular events does not make you the light of the world or the salt of the earth it just make you a luck warm compromised Christian who can not effect the world. The Church is going through an identity crisis,” he writes. READ JIMMY KUMWENDA’S LATEST POST CHRISTIANS AND THE BOYS II MEN CONCERT. It’s a shame to see how the church is at a messed up place where we have learnt the art to justify sin.its disgusting to see born again believers going back to their vomit. real change and transformation comes when sin is confronted and not justified.canalinty and compromise must be addressed by the church. james 4:4 You adulterous people, don’t you know that friendship with the world means enmity against God? Therefore, anyone who chooses to be a friend of the world becomes an enemy of God. going to secular events is enmity with God and it’s sin no matter how you try to justify it.every Christian that attended the boys II men concert are back slidden and they seriously need to repent and evaluate their walk with the lord.going to secular events does not make you the light of the world or the salt of the earth it just make you a luck warm compromised Christian who can not effect the world.the Church is going through an identity crisis.we have become more confused than the people of the world.we can nolonger tell the difference between a believer and a non believer.chrisian have become more excited about the things of the world than the things of God.we have lost our voice to speak against wickedness because the church is in the fool front to justify and promote wickedness.how then do we stop our children from listening to secular music when their favourite gospel artist has featured secular artist on their music and they have a thousand reasons to justify their sin.how do we then rebuke our young people about clubbing when we the believers are the ones who are every weekend patronising these place and are busy on social media promoting secular events.as the church how then do we speak with authority about purity and holiness when are have compromised ourself.alot of people in the church are going to hell if they don’t repent. Unfortunately their is a wave of deception going on in the church that has made a lot of believers think they can live in sin and still go to heaven.sin still caries punishment of death regardless of who is committing it.right living ,purity and holiness are still God’s standard for his children.dont get it twisted.Revelation 3:15 I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other!16So, because you are lukewarm–neither hot nor cold–I am about to spit you out of my mouth.#twakweba#stand out for the truth# The post Christians At Boyz II Men Concert Compromised Their Faith – Jimmy Kumwenda appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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U.S.$35 000 Boost for Intensive Care Unit

[The Herald] Mutare Provincial Hospital received a major boost when its partners donated Intensive Care Unit (ICU) equipment worth over $35 000 to complement its existing one that faces intermittent challenges.

[The Herald] Mutare Provincial Hospital received a major boost when its partners donated Intensive Care Unit (ICU) equipment worth over $35 000 to complement its existing one that faces intermittent challenges.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Life Sentence Imposed to Murderer

[SAPS] The Circuit of the Pretoria High Court sitting at Breyten imposed a life sentence yesterday to a 39-year-old accused, Mshumayeli Moses Galela for killing 21-year-old Siphesihle Rachia Kamwendo in 2015, at Sakhile near Ermelo.

[SAPS] The Circuit of the Pretoria High Court sitting at Breyten imposed a life sentence yesterday to a 39-year-old accused, Mshumayeli Moses Galela for killing 21-year-old Siphesihle Rachia Kamwendo in 2015, at Sakhile near Ermelo.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Council Apologises to Residents

[The Herald] Chitungwiza Municipality has apologised to residents for failing to provide basic services, blaming the situation on low revenue inflows. The council is collecting only 30 percent from ratepayers and is facing collapse. It is failing to co…

[The Herald] Chitungwiza Municipality has apologised to residents for failing to provide basic services, blaming the situation on low revenue inflows. The council is collecting only 30 percent from ratepayers and is facing collapse. It is failing to collect garbage, provide water and other basic services to residents. This has forced Government to intervene by sending a team of experts to help management turn around the council's fortunes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

What Was Cosatu’s Big Hullabaloo? – Analysts

[News24Wire] Cosatu’s countrywide mass march will have very little impact on President Jacob Zuma’s political fortunes, say analysts who have dismissed the mass action as “nothing new”.

[News24Wire] Cosatu's countrywide mass march will have very little impact on President Jacob Zuma's political fortunes, say analysts who have dismissed the mass action as "nothing new".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Sterling Work By SAPS Members Resulted in Successful Conviction of Three Accused

[SAPS] Kirkwood -Violence against women are at the top of the SAPS’s priority list and we will do everything possible to bring perpetrators to book. This was shown again by detectives from Kirkwood when they ensured that three offenders were removed fr…

[SAPS] Kirkwood -Violence against women are at the top of the SAPS's priority list and we will do everything possible to bring perpetrators to book. This was shown again by detectives from Kirkwood when they ensured that three offenders were removed from our communities.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Environmental Management Agency Speaks On Police Littering

[The Herald] The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has said police roadblock points along major highways are becoming litter hotspots, a situation that reflects badly on police attitude towards environmental crimes. Speaking during a ZRP/EMA nation…

[The Herald] The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has said police roadblock points along major highways are becoming litter hotspots, a situation that reflects badly on police attitude towards environmental crimes. Speaking during a ZRP/EMA national stakeholder capacity building workshop in Kwekwe, EMA ecosystems protection and solid waste manager Mr Christopher Mushava urged police officers to consider environmental crimes seriously and arrest all people who throw litter at undesignated points.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chiefs Sue Newspaper for U.S.$10 Million

[The Herald] The National Council of Chiefs yesterday resolved to sue The Daily News for $10 million for publishing an article riddled with falsehoods that demeaned it by insinuating that chiefs were mercenaries bent on propping up Zanu-PF for financia…

[The Herald] The National Council of Chiefs yesterday resolved to sue The Daily News for $10 million for publishing an article riddled with falsehoods that demeaned it by insinuating that chiefs were mercenaries bent on propping up Zanu-PF for financial gain in next year's general elections. In the article that appeared on September 18, 2017, titled "Chiefs available to the highest bidder," The Daily News alleged that traditional leaders had made several demands such as off-road Ford Ranger vehicles, farms, increase in

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Telecoms Giant Boss in New Job in South Africa’s Cell C

[Nyasa Times] Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM)plc chief executive officer (CEO) Douglas Stevenson has stunned the company as he has joined South African telecommunications company, Cell C, as its new Chief Operations Officer (COO).

[Nyasa Times] Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM)plc chief executive officer (CEO) Douglas Stevenson has stunned the company as he has joined South African telecommunications company, Cell C, as its new Chief Operations Officer (COO).

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi