Opinion: Dear COZAites, this is not loyalty!

by Wole Olabanji

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I wish you would see the childishness and hypocrisy in all of these. When the story breaks about a married lecturer who sleeps with a student, no one goes around telling us how wonderful he is at teaching calculus…

I have deliberately stayed out of the discussions around the scandal that broke over Pastor Biodun’s alleged adulterous relations with a former member of the church because I am learning that sometimes, all the facts don’t add up to the truth. There are dimensions of reality which transcend observable fact and when we focus exclusively on the facts we often miss the truth that God is showing us.

I am still not interested in dwelling on the subject of what went on between the two of them. The strange picture that forms in my mind as I watch folks yelling their varied opinions at the duo is like two slaves being auctioned at a very rowdy flea market.

I, however, think it is unwise to remain silent over the very strange and I believe misguided efforts by some members of COZA to create a counter-narrative that is clearly targeted at overwhelming the small fire of the scandal with the avalanche of encomiums that is being poured on Pastor Biodun.

Let me say upfront that as a brother in the faith, my deepest wish and prayer for the two people involved is that they find full restoration in God after this period of fiery trial. They can draw strength from the fact that other believers of even higher ‘stature’ have fallen lower and by Gods abounding grace have been lifted from the dung hill of sin. Besides, seeing as I am also daily working out my salvation, I fully appreciate that proviso in the scriptures which says, “If we sin, we have an advocate with the father”.

Moreover, God has formed the church in such a way that “if one part suffers, all the parts suffer with it, and if one part is honoured, all the parts are glad” (1 Cor 12:26 NLT). Therefore, anyone who really understands the body of Christ will know that when one falls, all hurt.

However, the loud chorus of “I Celebrate You Pastor Biodun” with which we are being inundated tells us that folks are really swimming in a ‘level of grace’ reached only by people drowning in licentiousness. I am quite worried by the overt effort all over social media to do ‘damage control’, by trying to burnish the image of ‘our’ pastor by pointing to the fact of the great preacher, pastor, leader, even husband that he is.

To use the words of the bible…

“THIS OUGHT NOT TO BE SO”

The Apostle Paul wrote (1 Cor 5:1-2) to the Corinthian Church about the sexual immorality that was reportedly going on among them and charged them to mourn in sorrow and shame rather than act with pride as they were doing. Rather than shamefully go to your closet to pray for a brother and sister who have fallen into sin, you have rather trooped out to write eulogies about your pastor and to proclaim how knowing him (not knowing Christ) has been the best thing that has happened to your lives. In all of this “I CELEBRATE YOU PASTOR BIODUN” that has rent the air accompanied with rock-star like pictures of him; some even showing him hugging his beaming wife, you have missed the point entirely.

I wish you would see the childishness and hypocrisy in all of these. When the story breaks about a married lecturer who sleeps with a student, no one goes around telling us how wonderful he is at teaching calculus; we see his action for what it is; a failing that needs to be corrected. Unfortunately, for many, the real concern is not for the man but for yourselves. Your straining to canonize him is an unconscious effort to reduce the ‘mud’ that this throws on you by reason of your association with him.

It is quite shocking to find that some of you who in time past have rightfully mounted a crusade against those who use their privileged positions to get into inappropriate sexual relationships with people in their care have now turned around to CELEBRATE YOUR PASTOR. What has changed? Where then do you get the moral temerity to challenge those who make aso ebi to attend court and CELEBRATE Bode George or Ibori?

The height of it for me was one cheerleader saying that “disloyalty is doing nothing while Stephen is being stoned” in allusion to people’s response to some of the criticisms that have come the way of Pastor Biodun. This analogy is just sad; to equate being martyred for the gospel to being vilified for falling into sin is quite honestly desecrating the memory of a martyr. What the bible says is… “…you get no credit for being patient if you are beaten for doing wrong.” (1 Pet 2:20 NLT)

Am I judging the brother? No. Am I exonerating the sister? No. I believe that it takes two to tango and as the bible says “temptation comes from our own desires, which entice us and drag us away” (James 1:14 NLT). Importantly, we also learn from scripture that God’s grace (no matter its level) doesn’t lead us to sin but rather makes a way of escape out of every temptation and will not allow us to be tempted above what we can bear. (1 Cor 1:13)

I make this point because through the history of the phrase “let him that is without sin cast the first stone” and no less in this case, many have exploited it to conveniently shield themselves and others from taking responsibility for their actions. While Jesus did say this to the crowd of hypocrites who wanted to stone the woman caught in adultery, many have carried on as though rather than “go and sin no more”, what Jesus said to the woman was “GO, I CELEBRATE YOU”.

What I think ought to happen in this case is that people who really care about Pastor Biodun and Sister Ese should spend their time praying for them, and for the church elders to rise up to the occasion and deal with the issue as the bible clearly prescribes. This is not the time to try to counter the people who are gathering stones to throw by bringing out garlands and shouting I CELEBRATE YOU. There is time for everything and this certainly isn’t the time to CELEBRATE PASTOR BIODUN FATOYINBO.

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102 COMMENTS

  1. Mr Wole, I agree wit U. Dis is nt jus abt Coza bt affects d body of Christ and wat diz persons r doing is nt paintin a gud pix. Pst Biodun and d Church leadership has intention kept mum on d issue wch is as expected anyway and diz ppl and truncating d reasoning behind dat silence and shuld be cald to order.
    Weda d tale is true or not (ofcos a lot has belivd it wyl odas tink de is at least som truth somwia in it bt nt all of it and de is d die hard skeptics) none of d persons sendin diz msg’s av sufficient info to deny it. We shuld nt make it appear as if sin among a category of ppl is unquestionable bt must realise even diz persons r humans and CAN fall into sin. Dat de r pst and bishops doesn’t mean de don’t av to wrk dia salvatn daily lik d rest of us and its even more hectic for dem as de av to wrk dias and hlp us wrk ours bt de r nt perfect no one is, we shuld be calm at dis time and watch tins play out.
    If he did it, we’ll av to join in prayers for restoratn and if he didn’t…

  2. I still don’t understand why celebrating our Pastor is a big deal 4 anyone.. The truth is that I don’t really care what the world thinks. I care about what Jesus thinks. Pastor B has been chosen by God and called into partnership with Jesus and that’s all that really matters.. COZA remains unstoppable and I personally won’t stop praying for the peace of COZA till God makes it Famous and the pride of the earth.. I love my Pastor and I love COZA and Christ the head of the Church and I will keep celebrating the man God is using to bless me. Pastor B in you all the families of the earth is going to be blessed.. You are more than conqueror through Christ that loves you.I celebrate you Jesus, I celebrate you Pastor B, I celebrate COZA.. We are the takeover generation and we are unstoppable.. Not even this can stop the good work God has begun in COZA..
    I celebrate you all..

  3. Racheal nobody is saying celebrating pastor Biodun is a big deal!!! Yes we love him, and we love Coza but r we going to Pretend that we are not bothered by d sexual scandal going on and his unwillingness to adress it??? All the Cheers and celebrations from people were obviously done out of hypocrisy,even at d slightest thing, u hear a roar of applaude which was highly uncalled for.
    A pastor is been Accused of Adultery by two different women, not just adultery, but acts of false pretence, Blasphemy, and most recently, Threat to life. Don’t u think that in all ur undying love for him, he should show Responsibility and Reciprocate your Loyalty by adressing this issue squarely? This is a very Big alligation and the way he’s going about it is really Bad. He is taking the loyalty of the Members for granted. Pastor Biodun is making a very Big mistake….If the accusations are really true, he should adress it Timeously and plead the mercy of God as no one is Above Sin instead of dilly dialling around and trying to be smart. Infact, in some Pentecostal Churches, he will not be allowed to step on that alter until the Issue has been Fully resolved. He should tell us if the accusations are true or not!!! As many have said, the way he’s going about it only means it is True. I love Pastor Biodun and I love Coza as much as u do, but I will not be swayed by the air of hypocritic love…He owes us an Explanation and You know this. You only Pretend not to care, not to be bothered, when Infact, you truly are.

  4. God bless you for throwing light on the matter in this way. The issue now is whether or not all those involved and affected or interested in this will reason along and act rightly. Pride leads to denial of the truth and that’s what I fear for those who have refused at this point to listen to the voice of reason.

  5. An excellent write-up,you just took the words out of my mouth,wondering why we have suddenly become a bunch of lazy Christians,all we know about GOD now is what our Pastors say and even when they err,it's ok by us so that we don't "touch GOD'S Anointed".I think we need to pray more and be vigilante,pentecostalism is bringing in so much drama and the member's are so gullible,that all that matters now is the size of d church,the decoration/dresscode of members n lifestyle/eloquence of their Shepherd not forgetting miracles and dance dance dance,living like JESUS CHRIST is now old time religion.May GOD help us

  6. i really want to say a big thank u to this piece, God bless you sir. I must also remind us that being a motivational speaker doesnt make on a pastor and thats on the comment made by Dr. mike murdock,you also pointed, “disloyalty is doing nothing while Stephen is being stoned”…. with all due respect stephen was persecuted for his faith in Christ and not accused for sexual immorality. So i thank you for shedding more light on that.
    i have been to COZA ilorin while i was still in unilorin, i woud encourage all well meaning believer to take time out to read 2Peter 2:1-22. God has given us the bible as our guide, find out the truth yourself.

  7. I think Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo WASTED a wonderful opportunity at his church service on Sunday. He will never get that opportunity again.

    I’m talking about the opportunity to say, “Yes, I did it. I’m sorry, and it will never happen again”, or say, “No, I never did that. I don’t know why she’s making these allegations, but I hope she will eventually retract them.”

    Experience teaches us that when you are accused like this, these are the only two safe statements to make. Anything else is severely damaging in the long run.

  8. I wonder why everyone must write about this issue,must everyone have an opinion about this matter?bcos its a man of God abi,pls u guys shud take several seats abeg!

  9. So what is the head and tail of this write up? You have definitely made no sense at all, instead I see you attacking persons and not issues. Calling someone a “cheerleader” etal. It all shows one thing, ENVY. From the story spinner to the background sponsors and to media jobbers like you. thunder fire all of you!!!

  10. In all, Biodun Fatoyinbo has turned out a very lucky man. God Himself has provided very good counsel from the very numerous contributors here (including the very deep writer). My dear brother, there are your true friends. Flea from the likes of Rachel, they are either ignorant or simply evil. My heart goes out to Mrs Fatoyinbo who in spite all “love her husband”. Madam, please pray for him as well. For a change let somebody accuse the wife, 20% of there, you’ll anointing rapidly turn annoyance and God save the woman if a single church member would stand for her. Thanks again for standing by your man. God bless tho body of Christ!

  11. In all, Biodun Fatoyinbo has turned out a very lucky man. God Himself has provided very good counsel from the very numerous contributors here (including the very deep writer). My dear brother, these are your true friends. Flea from the likes of Rachel, they are either ignorant or simply evil. My heart goes out to Mrs Fatoyinbo who in spite of all “love her husband”. Madam, please pray for him as well. For a change let somebody accuse the wife, 20% of these, you’ll anointing rapidly turn annoyance and God save the woman if a single church Racheal would stand for her. Thanks again for standing by your man. God bless the body of Christ!

  12. I love this piece.It’s beautiful and I learnt a lot.Thanks.I hope the church conduct a proper investigation into this matter to know what d truth about d matter is,if Pastor Biodun is guilty or if Ese just made up allegations against him.But whatever the case,God knows and HE sees.I pray 4 Pastor Biodun whether he is guilty or not,that through this period of trials that he may emerge a better person.I pray 4 Ese,that she will find the LORD Jesus again…But concerning the truth of this matter,God will surely expose it.The truth cannot be hidden…

  13. Honestly, I have not been able to stop crying ever since I read d story online; even now, my eyes are tear-filled. Lord, please just save us…….save your church Lord, please, just save us and let Your mercy prevail.

  14. This is truly a spirit-filled, spirit-inspired piece. The writer hit the nail on its head. Elsewhere, I just told one of those 'voltrons' who always use the biblical "touch not my annointed" verse as a garb for covering anything a pastor does, that no one is competent to fight for God. How can anyone be sure that this expose' is not how God Himself wants it? A "man of God" is still human, and we don't need a prophet to tell us in Nigeria of 2day that not all who claim that sobriquet was truly called by God.

  15. I was accused of “stealing” publicly by someone who apparently knows my itinerary. The accuser gave overwhelming details of our “adventure” together being an accomplice. But when i had an opportunity to dispel all doubts, i cleared my throat and said “…i am consulting…very soon i’ll give a ROBUST REPLY..but in any event God has asked me to be QUIET…” “Consulting”? “Robust Reply”? “Quiet”? VERY FUNNY. If God wants the Pastor to be quiet, then why consult to later give a robust reply? Do people still believe these things??? The “Pastor” should either deny or confirm, and trust God for redemption (which is still available only after repentance), and stop being “smart”. “Consulting” to deny or confirm a lie is a bigger lie! It either is or it’s not. So annoying.

  16. You have said it all my brother. I told a group of people this time should be a time of soberness for the church and her leaders not about engaging in what the bible terms superfluity of nothingness. Thank you brother.

  17. The Lord says he is coming with rewards according to the deeds of each and everyone of us. Oneday, the very truth will be revealed to us all.

  18. I actually completely agree. People are more consumed with celebrating men of God than celebrate the Word of God ‘cos the Word of God tells you the unvarnished truth, men of God tell you what you want to hear. It’s really sad though because yet again, the church of God (entire international household of God) is embroiled in scandal.

  19. You have a point. But if they want to celebrate their Pastor allow them do so. I have seen the trend and none of them is souring the lady. They have not even looked that way. They are only telling us how he has touched their lives. Let me write of my Pst Ituah Ighodalo too in Facebook I shall get even with the COZAites.

  20. How were Accusations handled in the bible? Starting with Jospeh the key Character Pst Biodun used in his sermon, and the Character Pst Modele used in her prayer point. Joseph categorically denied the allegation. Even in Prison, while asking the buttler to speak for him to the King. He declared his innocence. (Genesis 40). When David was accused by Nathan as the man, he was not silent. He acknowledge and asked for prayers. As for Samuel in Samuel 12: 1-5. He challenged anyone with an accusation to come out. Not 1, and he declared that God was witness that nobody could fault him. That is transparency. Then let’s see Jesus. When Jesus was called a false prophet. Did he keep quiet? Abi did he declare that a kingdom divided against itself cannot stand? Even at the temple when they talked against healing on the Sabath, was he silent? Was he silent when they asked about his disciples? Leadership requires accountability. I have not said he is guilty or innocent. But to dodge coming out in the name of prospective robust reply O ga ju! Ademola. I commend you for being unbiased. Bible tells us to test all spirits if they are of God. To have that critical and spiritually sensitive eye is scriptural. No one should follow blindly.

  21. 1. Is the pastor a human/spirit?
    2. Will he commit adultery?
    3. Can he commit adultery?
    4. Has he been to UK before and did he meet the lady on any of the visit?
    5. Any exception to leadership accountability?
    6. Would this happen again?

    let each church member speak for him/herself!

  22. It is the culture of impunity that was bestowed on us ib Nigeria by the military, characterised by boot liking & praise singing. Its all abt taking the people for granted. God save Nigeria.

  23. If the pastor really did this…. He shd man up and admit it… Nobody is saying he’s perfect and cannot sin… He’s after all… Just a man.. Peter, Jesus’s right hand guy denied him three times… What is wrong is if pretends he doesn’t v to apologise for what he did…or at the very least comment on the issue..he now claims God asked him to keep mute…..is the girl lying or not…. Say something…..

  24. As much as the human in me wants this pastor to be punished since I know he does this too often, I have allowed the spirit to lead me in praying for restoration. For Cozaites, what was your thougth when you heard about pastor King who is currently in prison. Am sure his then congregation believed he was called and above sin. Kindly let us search within our selves and ask WHAT WILL JESUS SAY. Am sure he won’t be too quick to declare the pastor sinless. And all those who say quote “Touch not mine anointed”, we are allowed to admonish in love.

  25. I am a member of COZA who has benefited and will benefit from Pastor Biodun’s teachings and leadership. It will be a lie to say that this has not bothered all church members- even those who have reacted by saying touch not my anointed. Thing is a large number of people do not know how to react- do we join in the criticism/public flogging of a man who has helped us find ourselves and give our lives meaning, (Please note I did not say he found ourselves for us. I said helped), do we wish this was a lie and pretend that it didn’t happen, or do we pray that if this is true then he’d find grace and forgiveness in the bosom of the Lord?

    I am a human being with many failings and several times PB has stood up on the altar and helped lead me through the Bible as I find redemption. Basically he has been there for several of us through trials, spiritual and human.

    So I guess when a lot of us say stuff, what we really are trying to say is that we are just trying to be there for him. Ultimately, this is between him and God on that spiritual level

  26. Buh seriously why are you all on racheals case tho… What happened to being entitled to your opinion? You don’t expect her to insult her pastor whatsoever he has done she can only pray that the truth come out and the victim be justified so let her breathe pls
    PS I’m in no way in support of the allegations Ese Walter has decided to feed us with buh I still hope for the truth to be revealed in one way… God bless

  27. @Rachael you don’t fight the enemy in it’s terrain. Spiritual matter isn’t solved in the media. It is so hilarious seeing that people are earnestly waiting for the man to respond so that you will have another Femi Fani Kayode versus Igbo men media frenzy.lol. Since you all heard the rumor, has any of you making comments prayed about it so that the truth be revealed in no time? If you have, for how long? Selah (pause and think about it).

  28. I’ll always maintain this fact: when flocks elevate their pastors (till the point they see themselves as mini-gods), it won’t be long before satan silently craws into their hearts and make them their object of worship.

    For those that care to know, this man-worship is always †нε beginning of idolatry. People coined out the world ‘Men of God’ for these pastors because they revere them, forgetting that they are mortals like ourselves – they’re not angels.

    I’m scared that these reverence will at one point lead to idolatry.

    These ‘funky’ pastors teach nothing but prosperity (not different from what Brian Tracy or Zig Ziglar teaches). ‘You can’t worship God and be poor’ is an overused line. Of course, no one wants to be poor.

    What do you expect when your sunday school pastor ‘preaches’ prosperity with textual proofs?

    You go about your daily life implementing these ‘teachings’ and your life blossomed. The next thing that comes to your mind will be ‘Pastor X is working wonders’.

    And because of this god-like status, these pastors see themselves as immortal, with arrogance oozing from their personality.

    I just pray that my people starts using their brains ahead of their emotions.

  29. I commend the wisdom with which you wrote this and i pray that God bless ur wisdom. I agree with u • I can remember sending a personal tweet to one of his members that he cant protect him on social media bt rather should pray for him. Atleast pastor B didnt tell the ladies that sleeping wit him is d solution to all dr spiritual problems , some do that while creating great fear in the women not to tell anyone . I can only pray that God redeem them before its too late..•For me this bible verses comes to mind in all of this is that
    (1) ” let he that stands take heed, less he falls
    (2)”it is not of he that willeth…. Bt of the Lord which shows mercy
    (3)” can we continue in sin and say grace should increase
    (4)”its not of u to judge the stewardship of others ……….
    (5)”we should correct in love

  30. I commend the wisdom with which you wrote this and i pray that God bless ur wisdom. I agree with u • I can remember sending a personal tweet to one of his members that he cant protect him on social media bt rather should pray for him. Atleast pastor B didnt tell the ladies that sleeping wit him is d solution to any of dr spiritual problems , some do that while creating great fear in the women not to tell anyone . I can only pray that God redeem them all before its too late..•For me this bible verses comes to mind in all of this is that
    (1) ” let he that stands take heed, less he falls
    (2)”it is not of he that willeth…. Bt of the Lord which shows mercy
    (3)” can we continue in sin and say grace should increase
    (4)”its not of u to judge the stewardship of others ……….
    (5)”we should correct in love

  31. I get sick when men & women in their jaundized wisdom try to muzzle people up when issues of this nature arise.We need to be very objective in times like this. Where those people accusing the man of God COZA members? Did they work under the PCU of the church? Why did they leave the church & what do they stand to gain if they falsely accuse the pastor? On the other hand, what if the pastor actually committed the sin? Or is he super human? For those citing Joseph as an example,he is still remembered today BECAUSE he did not succumb.Though as christains we are enjoined to pray for our men of God, the man has to come out clean to enable us know the direction of our prayer point. He actually has no option.

  32. Danne thers something you said now that just touched me and its very important to ask yourself that question -what will Jesus do – app®eciate thÀt pointi

  33. “If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother. But if he does not listen, take one or two others along with you, that every charge may be established by the evidence of two or three witnesses. If he refuses to listen to them, tell it to the church. And if he refuses to listen even to the church, let him be to you as a Gentile and a tax collector.not D MEDIA and blogs! I quote ese from her blog article: Writers Block “All I can do is write. Even when I don’t feel like, I think I should just write. I mean, I am discovering that I cannot notwrite. No harm in blabbing once in a while, no? Heck, no harm in blabbing many times in a role if that’s what it is. I mean, it’s my blog and the whole idea of starting this is to write whatever my head comes up with. And some days it would be total rubbish but the rubbish ought to be said anyways.” This lady is a blogger in desperate moves to succeed. Her articles from march to august has nothing potraying her as a born again christian, just six months read through her blog and follow the sequence of her write up u dont need CSI to know she has a mission all planned out and the big blow was released in august, yeah! She is getting all the attention now very soon the money will start flowing in, her empty blog suffering from lack of commercials, u know na! Adverts from big companies and her long awaited celebrity status will be elevated. O.k i get it lindaikeji wanna be! So if you feel as a church member you deserve an explanation and you are not getting it, walk away, this a lady trying to bring a church down if she is truely on a repentance or sin forgiven mission why do that on her empty blog, okay i get it very soon the big commercial and advert will start rolling in. I bet you this ese is not a bornagain as she claims

  34. 1 Corinthians 5:1-13: I also received a report of scandalous sex within your church family, a kind that wouldn’t be tolerated even outside the church… And you’re so above it all that it doesn’t even faze you! Shouldn’t this break your hearts? Shouldn’t it bring you to your knees in tears? Shouldn’t this person and his conduct be confronted and dealt with? I’ll tell you what I would do. Even though I’m not there in person, consider me right there with you, because I can fully see what’s going on. I’m telling you that this is wrong. You must not simply look the other way and hope it goes away on its own. Bring it out in the open and deal with it in the authority of Jesus our Master. Assemble the community—I’ll be present in spirit with you and our Master Jesus will be present in power. Hold this man’s conduct up to public scrutiny. Let him defend it if he can! But if he can’t, then out with him! It will be totally devastating to him, of course, and embarrassing to you. But better devastation and embarrassment than damnation. You want him on his feet and forgiven before the Master on the Day of Judgment. Thats all!

  35. 'The elder women as mothers; the younger as sisters, WITH ALL PURITY', Paul's admonition to Pastor Timothy. Love without purity/holiness descends into immorality. Going to church or bearing a christian name does not qualify one to be a christian, Christ's teaching is that it takes being born again/ converted to be a christian. Christians, in the true meaning of the word, run away from sin as 'the foundation of God stands strong, having this seal, The Lord knows those that are His. And, Let every one that names the name of Christ depart from iniquity (2 Timothy 2:19).

  36. My concern in all of this is for Ese, if you notice that lady came to church to be healed of abuse and she faced more in the church. Somehow she missed meeting with Christ in the church and instead began to worship the pastor and that was why she could commit fornication with him (if its true). What’s more worrying is that at the end she said “if there’s anything like Christ or salvation”. We must pray for her to have an encounter with the Lord himself personally, the weakness of men even “men of God” does not invalidate the truth of the gospel. Ese needs to have an encounter with the Lord. lets’ pray for her salvation. Pastor Biodun is a matured Christian who might have fallen into sin, by God’s grace he will be restored once he repents (if he really committed the said act). He’s led people to Christ over the years he should know to be reconciled to God if he needs it. He is God’s servant, to his master he stands or falls; salvation is personal and how he chooses to work out his with fear and trembling is his own choice. Please let’s pray for Ese, she must not be lost. As for every believer here Jesus is the author and finisher of our faith, he is our model and no else is. When we stand before the judgment seat of God, we will only present the finished work on the cross of calvary alone not any denomination/servant of God. The downfall of a servant of |God should not affect our faith, If Ese knew the God she went to serve she wont have fallen into sin. Let’s all seek to know the God we serve for ourselves so we can detect error when we encounter it. Shalom!

  37. Well spoken, this is a really inspired piece. I hope they listen. There’s no love if we cannot chastise each other when one goes wrong, the bible says ‘a father only chastise the son he loves’. There’s no loyalty if you see one you love heading for the pit and you can’t call out a warning. A shepherd won’t change his ways if the flock keeps following him without complaining even though they see him walking towards fire….

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