My dear wife, various rumours – which are heard around – are moving like heavy storms. Women are killed, abused, tortured and triggered to commit suicide. During this South African Women’s Day, I would like to kindly bestow you this solemn promise which comes from the bottom of my heart.
When I look at myself, I see the image of God. How can the image of God kill a woman? I look at myself and notice signs which depict that God once visited me because He adores me a lot. Jacob, after meeting God, changed the step. During the same occurrence, God metamorphosed his name to be Israel. I remember the accidents I survived. Through His love I am still alive. Since God so loved me, how come that I come to the conclusion of raping, abusing and killing my wife? The very same love which God granted me should be passed on to my woman.
God showed Himself to me; I know Him and through Him I get power to say: “My love, I love you million times. I won’t lay my hand on you as a form of abuse, inspire you to commit suicide nor torture you to the zero hope of our relationship. I want to be exemplary to other men out there. This is my solemn promise which, through God, I’ll practice for the rest of my life.” I invite other men out there, all over the world, to follow suit.
My love, you represent and protect millions of women – who are the victims of abuse – with your daily prayers. It is possible with God that, with one person, many people are healed and protected. The same occurrence occurred with our Lord Jesus Christ. Through one woman, Maria, our Saviour was born. Through your auspicious character, I see many women following on your foot steps. You are exemplary to other women out there, keep it up my Darling. I am a man because of you. Through us, many males will become men and not abuse their wives. I love you my beautiful Macingwane – you are the best lover.
You inspired me to scrutinize human anatomy. God created human beings, who comprises trillions of body cells, with His own image. Protein molecule, Laminin – which holds the body together, is in a form of a cross. This is the cross which saved us through our Lord Jesus Christ – on the cross. This typifies that through one name, Jesus Christ, we shall be saved even against COVID-19.
Happy South African Women’s Day my Darling! The 09th of August is the very salient day to you and many women out there. I invite every man to join me fighting against women abuse. This is my solemn promise, my Darling, I’ll love you forever.