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A number of government workers held a prayer session outside the Serious Offences Court in Kingstown on Nov. 13, 2023, where one of their colleagues appeared on firearm and ammunition charges.

6 replies on “VIDEO: Prayer outside court for man on gun charge”

  1. It is hypocritically sacrilegious to employ supernatural fanaticism to condone illegal behaviour.

    Mocking God will see these fanatics burn 🔥 in Hell for eternity.

  2. can any of us mortal being fool God? It is written, God is not a man that He should lie, nor a son of man that He should change His mind,

  3. Prayer for what and for whom? It’s too late for that now. You folks hide behind your corrupt churches, instead of fighting to return discipline at home, in schools and in churches.

    Get you act together and start doing something positive for your country.

  4. This is not only ridiculous its also sacreligious. The purpose of prayer is misunderstood. They are should have their pay reduced for having abandoned their work. This is the reason why so many things are wrong with this nation. This action merits an investigation. A precedent was set when peaceful protestor were arrested outside parliament buildingS school teacher was made to answer. Why not these religious fanatics?

  5. Couldn’t agree with you more Vere. We’ve been given this white God by our oppressors and have been on our knees since slavery. Isn’t it time we take stock of ourselves and see this religion which was imposed on our ancestors Isn’t working. The most progressive countries with the lowest crime rates have less churches. We really need to wake up as a people.

  6. Imagine this level of hypocrisy!!! What a time in SVG!!! I guess even Hitler had his prayer warriors. As a mother I will pray that God have mercy on any of my children who do wrong and that their punishment be just according to his Will but I will not call out publicly for others to join me … no one is above the law. Miracles of redemption are possible but the law must be upheld …

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