Saturday, January 9, 2010

WE FORGIVE THEM!

Amid the police going all out to hunt the attacker/s of 3 churches in the Klang Valley yesterday morning, leaders of the Metro Tabernacle Church said they do not harbour any ill-feeling against the culprits who set fire to their church and are thankful that the Government has strongly condemn the arson attack.

The statement of forgiveness is made as Christian groups, lawyers of all faiths and politicians from Sarawak loudly protest against any acts done to throw the country into chaos.


Metro Tabernacle’s senior pastor Rev Ong Sek Leang said the church did not condone such acts but would forgive those responsible (read h e r e).


“We have a congregation of about 1,700 who are Godly and forgiving. It is a very sad day for Malaysia but a great day to know that most Malaysians do not think like that,” he said.


This is what Malaysians is all about - forgiving. As only a few were involved, there is no point to aggravate the matter.


We should appreciate what Rev Ong said. Dont you see how tolerance they are?


Yes, they are forgiven by the churches but not by the law!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

thats d spirit. malaysians should just forgive and forget as those involved are insanes!

jasin mokhtar said...

memandangkan wujudnya masalah untuk melraikan perkara ini, saya sokong usaha kerajaan menggunakan ISA ke atas mereka yang terlibat.

ini benar2 mengancam keselamatan dan kestabilan negara

Anonymous said...

see! how they are willing to forgive the idiots!

we gain nothing from this episode. it will bring fear to foreign tourist to come to malaysia.

the time has come for all malaysians to remain united

Anonymous said...

grace the LORD!

tina said...

bro,

this is our country. for every muslim, christian and other religions to live in peace and harmony, one got to observe some do's and donts.

if not, the whole country will go upside down

kruger said...

BLAME IT ON THOSE TAKING TO THE STREETS IN PROTEST OF THE COURT DECISION.

IN THE FIRST PLACE, THE GOVERNMENT MUST BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ITS LATE ACTION TO MONITOR AND PUT THINGS UNDER CONTROL.

WHEN SO MANY GROUPS AND NGOS TOOK TO THE STREETS TO VOICE OUT THEIR PROTEST, IT LEADS TO SOME MAD PEOPLE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF IT.