‘Let him among you, who is without sin, cast the first stone’. (John 8:7).
‘Knowing that we have all sinned and fall short of the glory of God’ (Rom 3:23) then the stones should really all stay on the ground.
‘Let all bitterness, and wrath and anger and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice and be ye kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you’.(Eph 4:31-32).
The bitterness and tongue wagging can only benefit the criminals of this island if Mr. Kernohan cannot concentrate on his role.
What right do any of us have to judge him now – or are we going to look back and judge all government and public figures, including those responsible for the media, and bring up the mistakes from their past whether convicted or not?
No good can come of it.
‘Be sober; be vigilant because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour’. (1 Peter 5:8).
The Cayman Islands is under attack from the enemy and it is now time for each and every person – regardless of race, nationality, colour or creed to take a stand on behalf of righteousness.
‘For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places’ (Eph 6:12).
So think carefully and pick a side, for the fate of this nation is at hand. For those of us taking a stand with Jesus for righteousness, ‘No weapon that is formed against you shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against you in judgement you shall condemn’ (Isaiah 54:17).
As believers we have total authority over the power of Satan.
We can take authority over the evil spirits that are trying to destroy this nation.
We can take authority in the name of Jesus and pull down their stronghold.
So Mr. Kernohan, I would like to thank you for giving up your role in the UK and moving your family to these islands.
I pray that you will seek the Lord to guide you in your new role.
I pray for peace and protection over you and your family and over those officers who have accompanied you from the UK to help us in our fight against crime and all of the other police officers and employees in the RCIP, in the name of Jesus.
If you would like to experience some of the warm and friendly hospitality of these islands, then I invite you and your family, the other officers and everyone reading this paper to come to the Agape Church on Fairbanks Road at 10am on Sunday.
Pastor Al will not judge your past, however, he will preach about your future. If you do not already have salvation, it will save your life – forever.