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Youth tarnishing Christian image flayed
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Published on 21 Oct. 2010 12:16 AM IST
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The World Salvation Army Church (WSAC) has strongly resented the depraved and evil activities of Naga Christian youth seen during the Durga Puja celebration, tarnishing the image of Christians.
Lt. Col Francis; WSAC, in a release said the organisation was against evil-doers, satanic activities, practice of immoralities and was deeply saddened by the fact that the Naga Christian youth were seen indulging in the festival of “idol worshippers”.
He also stated that most of the Christian boys and girls were either intoxicated or were in an inappropriate state in location where ‘pandals’ were constructed.
“If you are only for a namesake Christian young people of Naga country, you better convert to Hinduism and enjoy up to what extend you expect to get satisfaction physically and mentally by worshipping goddess which we Nagas have never practiced before or at present”, said Lt. Col Francis.
The prayer warriors of WSAC while conducting a check in Dimapur and Kohima also witnessed many intolerable scenes against the Christian ethics.
“We don’t claim ourselves that we are pure with no sins, but being believers of living God, it is our duty to check such ugly activities which defames the holy words and Naga’s motto “Nagaland For Christ”, it stated.
The WSAC has appealed to all Naga citizens not to forsake the word of God and the promise that has been made to send 10000 missionaries to liberate 256 nations that are still living in darkness.
WSAC also requested to Naga National workers/leaders and state government law enforcers to unite hands together and keep a check on anti-social activities from entering into the land, keeping in mind Naga’s simplicity, compassion and love shown towards outsiders. WSAC also notified that anyone taking advantage and bringing disgrace to the Nagas would face dire consequences irrespective of race, caste, religion etc.

 
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