Home Headlines Paul da Prince releases “Show you how to rock” Headlines Paul da Prince releases “Show you how to rock” February 2, 2015 94 2 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Print Linkedin Email Viber Paul da Prince releases “Show you how to rock” video . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkTp-EIadZ8 BY Kapa187 [Read 14 times, 1 reads today]Related Posts:Paul Da Prince releases ‘Dont tell ‘ music videoPaul Da Prince teams up with award-winning artist Cleo Ice Queen and Zone Fam member, Dope G, for ‘Slow Motion’ remixZone Fam release the highly anticipated ,”Slo Mo” featuring Ice Prince , Patoranking and Badman ShapiZambian Conservationist shortlisted for a top award, meets Prince WilliamZambian Olympic Prospect Prince Mumba’s Story RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Government dismisses allegations of Huawei Technicians helping spy on Political opponents President Lungu arrives in Tanzania for a two day SADC Meeting RTSA Promises to clear the backlog of printing over 150,000 Driving Licence cards by end of September 2019 2 COMMENTS Belief in prayer is pervasive. More than just silly entertainment like the newspaper astrology column, or Radio shows such as “Ilyashi Lyapano-Esonde” The belief in prayer appeals to people’s weakness, and tends to keep them from accepting responsibility for their own success or failure. Similarly, the belief in fate and destiny can prevent someone from actively pursuing a better life for themselves – “It’s out of my hands so why bother?” Prayer is not just a harmless waste of time for those who choose to practice it. Prayer is harmful when people use it instead of going to a doctor. Prayer is harmful when people use it instead of hard work, logic, and common sense to find a better job or otherwise improve their lives….. 0 0 ……. Prayer, when combined with using grocery money to buy lottery tickets, is particularly damaging. In a nutshell, prayer offers false hope, and diverts people’s attention from what they really should be doing to succeed. If prayer actually worked, everyone would be a millionaire, nobody would ever get sick and die, and both football teams would always win. Saying prayer works is the same as saying that wishful thinking alone can solve problems. It’s also unreasonable to argue that prayer consoles and comforts those who believe in it. If that were really true, why do the believers keep going back to church week after week, like an addict in need of a fix? 0 0 Comments are closed.