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Uche Williams Akuta
Uche Williams Akuta is an accountant by training and works as a government auditor. He is a preacher and teacher of the Gospel, a man of faith, and a profound lover of God who delivers the word of God with clarity. He is an ardent believer that the power of the living Gospel and its values are the sure instruments for transforming society. He lives in Lagos, Nigeria.
The New Commandment: Justice, Mercy & Faith
In a world of selfishness and self-centeredness where the plight and feelings of others do not matter, in a world full of hatred where we practice selfish Christianity and care little about our neighbor, and in a world of faithlessness and hopelessness, this book gives us the remedy. The New Commandment introduces to us the three most fundamental tenets of a peaceful society: justice, mercy, and faith. Any society that abandons these principles has lost both God and humanity and has absolutely reduced life to a circle of meaningless, endless activities. In this book, you will discover the operations of justice, mercy, and faith and gain deeper understanding about life.
In this world—where power, ego, selfishness, and apathy toward God and humanity have taken over mankind—little attention is given to the weighty matters of justice, mercy, and faith. These are the foundations upon which strong and enduring societies are built. God Himself established the world on these three foundations and has ordered His creation to do the same. It is in these precepts that we find purpose, peace, progress, prosperity, meaning, love, brotherliness, and a sense of community.
You cannot achieve lasting peace and prosperity without justice. Life is meaningless when there is no faith—in yourself or in God. There is no God up there somewhere in the heavens that we claim to worship if we cannot see Him in one another, in the face of injustice, and in the faces of the poor, needy, and oppressed. You cannot truly say you have served God and humanity in the absence of mercy.
God is just, merciful, and faithful. Every individual deserves justice, every individual deserves mercy, and everyone needs faith. These three tenets give meaning to life.
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