Mankind should lament for all evil doings, seek redemption and repentance. Being delude by temptation and misinterpreting his words, “GOD’s is merciful” is flaws since it is also stated, “Uttering GOD’s leniency is immense, don’t sin over sin” (Syracuse 5:5)
Saint David pleading, “O LORD, rebuke me not in thy wrath: neither chasten me in thy burning rage,” (Psalm. 38:1) sequel from his suffering of GOD’s rage. Human’s evil deeds have brought rage upon them, which led to inundation of punishment. Flood, hurricane, drought, famine, plague are the signs of his rage towards heresies and sinners.
Amid Apostasy era, LORD Jesus Christ fasted for forty days and nights in the desert to his promise of Adam’s salvation. Holy bible stated the fast as “The Great Lent”. Later than his baptism, LORD Jesus Christ were challenged by enemy Satan, where he was consequently encountering obstacles during his fasting. He faced all the evil and tribulations for our atonement of human race; and hence all Christians in the name of Christianity fast “The Great Lent” for their emancipation of sins and Salvation.
Humans born as mortals, seek redemption since birth for they inherited debit from the first mankind Adam. Living on earth, obligatorily seize from sinning and obliging GOD’s commandment.
Onwards, people in the name of Christianity fast “The fast of Nineveh”, a three-day lent recognized by the Orthodox Incarnation Church, seeking a forgiveness and repentance from GOD. The fasting lasts from Monday to Wednesday, two weeks before the beginning of the Great Lent. This year’s Fast of Nineveh begins on Monday, February 10 and ends February 12,2020