Since Zimbabwe gained independence, veterans of the war of liberation have been respected and rendered almost untouchable. Rightly so, they have been feted as heroes and heroines of the war. They became revered so much to an extent they could neither be disappointed nor disproved. Sadly this gave them a lot of misplaced arrogance
Most Christians have reservations about aspiring to leadership. They are unsure about whether it is truly right for a person to want to be a leader. After all, is it not better for the position to seek out the person rather than the person to seek out the position?
Fierce battles are being fought as Zanu PF attempts to settle the succession score. There are now too many persons of suspicious characteristics that are involved. Some of the parties involved include the security forces, Zanu PF factions, mainstream opposition parties and the almost incapacitated President Robert Mugabe. Of all the factions involved, Generation 40 (G40) is enjoying an upper hand.
Going by the concerted zeal in harassing motorists, for one to conclude that motorists maybe the worst of culprits would not be wrong. All tricks in the book are engaged against motorists. Multiple law enforcement agents feast on the motorists’ vulnerability.
GOD does not give everyone a vision to be a preacher or to serve (usher) in the church. If we all become pastors, sheep will become extinct.
Zimbabwe has enjoyed peace since the dawn of independence despite economic hardships. The Zanu PF government even went as far as pacifying the apartheid regime in South Africa by denying Umkhonto we Sizwe and APLA the privilege to establish military bases in the country.
One may not agree with everything President Robert Mugabe says or stands for. However, foe and ally will both agree that the man is a good orator, discharges assignments with dexterity, is a fighter, a fearless champion for a cause of his liking. He is a strategist par excellence.
PROVERBS 29 vs 18, “Where there is no vision (no redemption revelation of God) the people perish.”
A GREAT and good life is not devoid of challenges. You are not alone facing the fight that life always throws at us. At times, it’s extremely hard. It’s hard to lose your hard earned cash in an investment that did not work.
David understood this principle so well: “The Lord forbid that I should stretch my hand against the Lord’s anointed . . .” Abishai, David’s right hand man urged David to utilise the opportunity, when he found King Saul, unsuspectingly sleeping in a curve.