Some Ghanaian couple has spotted a car in traffic with a strange inscription and this has got many people talking. The Holy Scriptures talk about the fact that it is only the Almighty God that people are supposed to fear. However, in this modern world people turn to fear lesser gods more than the Almighty God. This is because the lesser gods seem to provide justice quicker than the Almighty God.
Watching the screenshots from the video in this article, you can see that a Ghanaian driver has written at the back of his car the inscription, "People are not afraid of God these days except eggs and Schnapps". What this driver is trying to say is that most people are now afraid of smaller gods than the Almighty God.
This is because the moment someone threatens to use eggs and Schnapps to curse, they become more frightened than the person using the name of Almighty God to curse. Some Ghanaians after coming across this video started laughing uncontrollably. Others argued that this kind of perception is wrong because God is more powerful and provides instant justice than the lesser gods.
It is the blood of Jesus Christ that speaks for sinners to have a change of mind. Not that God delays in providing justice for his children. Check out some of the reactions from some Ghanaians below:
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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