THE CODE OF HONOR AND A WORD FOR THE FAINT-HEARTED – Femi Fani Kayode

There is a code of honor amongst the Sons of
Light, a standard for the Armour Bearers of Truth
and a word for the Knights of God’s Round Table.
They read as follows.
Resist oppression. Confront the evil. Face down the
devil. Stand up to tyranny. Speak truth to power.
Defend the righteous. Despise injustice. Challenge
the rich.
Help the poor. Feed the hungry and break the yoke.

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Confront the bully. Learn from the wise. Stand firm
in the fight. Stand strong in the storm.
Let your will be as firm as iron. Let your resolve be
unshakeable and let your courage be resounding.

Fight the good fight. Strengthen the weak and fail
not the vulnerable.
Never bow before the enemy. Never show them
fear. Never beat a retreat and never cut and run with
your tail between your legs.

Speak for the voiceless. Serve the truth. Stand for
the weak, the vulnerable, the misunderstood, the
oppressed and the persecuted.
Fight for your honor. Fight for your faith. Fight for
your family. Fight for your nation and, for each of
these, be ready to lay down your life.
Never let the enemy break your spirit. Never let
them trouble your soul. Never let them know how
and what you feel inside.

Never let them feel your pain. Never shout in
despair even when your world is falling apart.
Always be strong: walk tall, chin up and hold your
head up high.

And no matter what you may be going through
always remember this: that whatever the enemy
says or does, God alone has the final say and
destiny speaks at the end.

If the Lord has not written you off no mortal can do
so. If the Lord has not finished with you no man
can say it is over for you. If the Lord has not said
your sun has set no man can stop it from rising.
Forget not the Red sea experience. Forget not the
end of Pharaoh. Forget not that the Egyptians we
see today, we shall see them no more.

Forget not that the vision is for an appointed time
and that though it may tarry, it shall not fail.
Forget not that joy comes in the morning and in the
end our God makes all things beautiful.

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