Some of the witnesses in ICC against the president and the deputy president have been withdrawing their testimonies. There have been claims of attempts to compromise the witnesses from both the prosecution and the defense side. This means that being no better than spectators, we can’t be 100% sure of anything. Yes, we have seen some activities taking place that bring doubts and provoke us to come to conclusions as to the innocence of the parties involved but really these testimonies are not foolproof. Testimonies from witnesses are good. But verbal witness is not as good as written testimony. But even then coming from a sinful man, you can’t be sure.
Apostle Peter has already said that he was an eyewitness of His majesty. He heard the divine voice in the mount of transfiguration because He was with the Lord. He saw the Lord’s countenance changed, he saw the brightness, He saw Moses and Elijah. In this he put so much
v Are growing in our love for God’s Word that He has graciously made available to us, in languages that we understand? God has given us His Word in every form that we may want – even in our phones and computers.
v Do we read the Word of God as God’s Word? Do we receive the Word of God taught and preached to us as God’s Word or words of men? We must be careful to pay attention to the Word that is spoken to us. God brings His Word to us to transform us.
v Has the Word of God worked in your life? What is the evidence? That we have the Word of God means that we also have a responsibility that comes with this privilege. We have to ensure that the Word of God is at work in us by the Spirit of God.
v Are we in constant prayer to the Spirit, who inspired the writing of Scripture that He may lead us to the truths of His Word? We ought to pray earnestly that we may be taught of Him so that we may learn how to rightly handle the Word of truth.