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Letters To The Editor, 20th November, 2015

Cow’s milk, God given Jason Verma, Wailoku With the calibre of politicians in Parliament, one wonders how good will they serve their people when they do not know the difference
19 Nov 2015 21:26
Letters To The Editor, 20th November, 2015

Cow’s milk,
God given
Jason Verma,
Wailoku
With the calibre of politicians in Parliament, one wonders how good will they serve their people when they do not know the difference between the types of milk.
God has given us cows to nourish our children and ourselves in the absence of a mother’s milk and also for our tea and coffee since a mother’s milk is not available for tea and coffee.
Sometimes I wonder if Gandhi was smart to drink goat milk, but then it won’t make any difference to the Opposition.
A goat is also an animal. I am glad that the Opposition is not in leadership, otherwise we would be made to eat grass and produce our own milk.
True colours
Nirbhay Singh, Labasa
Our elected MPs are showing their true colours and misbehaving.
Don’t forget come next election people will have the right choice having seen your personality.
Bus oil leakage
Tomasi Boginiso, Nasinu
It is disgusting to see oil marks on the bus bays at the new Nausori Bus Terminal.
These are from oil leaking from buses.
As buses park at their allocated bays, this would be a great opportunity for the LTA or the Nausori Town Council to book them for the damage they are causing.
It seems the buses are not checked properly by the relevant authorities before being released on our roads.
The unpleasant site that they are causing at the new bus terminal is very damaging and needs to be looked at very seriously.

Save energy
Sukha Singh,
Labasa
I went past the FNPF office after 6pm and I noticed all air conditioning equipment switched off and to my surprise not even a single light inside the building was switched on.
Thank you FNPF and I hope others follow you.

New Testament
Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa, Canada
I totally agree with Brother Lawrence Narayan’s response (FS 18/11) that salvation is the gift of God and that no one will ever be saved through their good works.
However, my good brother seems to be immersed in the New Testament Scriptures and at the same time kind of discard the Old Testament biblical truths as outdated and irrelevant.
All the Bible truths found in the New Testament have their roots in the old Hebrew Scriptures, for all Scriptures are given by the inspiration of God.
Give a person with no pre-conceived ideas a New Testament Bible; put him on a deserted island to read the Scriptures through and I bet that he will be keeping the seventh-day holy and most truths grounded in the Old Testament.
The famous New Testament does not have any divine instruction for the nailing to the cross God’s moral law, the change from Sabbath to Sunday, or Christ’s death has made unclean animals clean among others.
Most of these so called Gospel truths which we Christians hold dear today, slowly slipped into the church a couple of centuries after 96 AD.
One will argue that as long as one is in Christ, that is all that matters.
But Christ is the word of God, He is the truth and one major work of the Holy Spirit is to guide people to all truth.



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