Xmas Day: Whatever Became Of Our Sin, Will God Forgive Believers? By Yakubu Busari,Jos
The 25th December, 2014 was a reflection of memories of all the blissful moment of 2010 were families spent with the creeping sorrow which is hard for them give up.
If the dead can come back to this earth, and flit unseen around those they loved they shall always be near, I’m referring not to the curse of Adam’s sin, but to specific sinful behavior that wreaks havoc in the human family.
“Each one is tempted when, by his own evil desire has ,he is dragged away and enticed ,then ,after desire has conceived ,its gives birth to sin; when it is full-grown, gives birth to death” .
The Young and old were in the mood of celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ as families dream of eating rice and meat, then also appear in their new dresses.
The plateau state capital was not left out in the spirit of yuletide season, on the eve of Christmas there was traffic hold up and banks are in full capacity with customers hurrying to bid the dateline to purchase new attires and other needs to their beloved ones.
“The Plateau state police command in a statement disclosed that security were beef-up in the entire worship centre, CP Nasiru Oki “.
Rumours of Boko Haram in five vehicles loaded with Explosive devices heading to detonate to unknown destination fitter the air as people were grouping to discussion its .
The usual Christmas Carroll which is witness as a tradition was said to be absence many residents disasted church activities , fellowship which is enshrine in the Holy Bible became the biggest sin .
The celebration was “Uhuru” as civil servants were not paid four, salary by the state government.
Information made available shows that some selected ministries received one month salary and that can only settled people debts, most of them couldn’t travel to their home town due to non payment of salary.