Da me again, my people. Da me Paul. My mou’h na scared. Ehn yor know me? I na get time. You like it, jacko; you na like it, Jack-o’-Lantern. Da me say so. Wheh you can do to me? Nothing!
My people, Jesus na do it again-o. Yor know what Jesus says in Matthew 5 verse 22? He says – no I too scared to say it in my own words. Anyway, let me try. Jesus says in Matthew 5 verse 22 that anyone who calls another fool or stupid is in danger of hell fire. Da Jesus says it-o.
Yor see trouble? Da na play-play thing here-o. If Jesus is really serious about what He is saying, then plenty people will go to hell. Da lie, my people? No, da na lie.
Ehn yor know how many times we can tell our children, “Come here, you stupid fool”? Ehn yor know how many times wives can tell their husbands, “You are a stupid dog”? Ehn we all know how girls like to tell their boyfriends, “You darn dog”?
Believe me, my people. Plenty people will go to hell if Jesus goes by the saying in Matthew 5:22.
A man left the church he was attending regularly. One of his friends met him and asked why he was not attending the church any longer. The man hissed and said, “Da dat stupid pastor over there.” This man is in danger of hell fire too. Believe me, my people. Plenty people will really go to help.
A pen-pen boy recklessly passed by a taxi driver. Angry over the situation, the taxi driver told the pen-pen boy, “Yor stupid seh. You want to spoil my car? Darn stupid dog.”
The pen-pen boy looked at the taxi driver, hissed and answered, “You are the stupid fool. Yor ma da the stupid fool. Yor children da the stupid fool. Your girlfriend da the stupid fool.” My people, ehn plenty people will go to hell?
A boy broke his father’s bowl. The mother, who was present when it happened, told her son, “You na break yor pa other bowl again ehn? Bring yor stupid seh here.” This woman is in danger of hell fire, too. Believe me, good friends. Plenty people will go to hell.
It is really interesting. It seems everybody is stupid to somebody, and somebody is stupid to everybody. The secretary in an office comes outside and is quarrelling like nobody’s business. Her friend asks her, “What’s the problem, Miatta?”
“Da ma stupid boss man,” she answers. Ehn this secretary is in danger of hell fire? Plenty people will really go to hell-o, my people.
To be continued…
Seriously, my people, aren’t these points to ponder?