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Short Stories (Stories for the Youth), book by Father Tadros Yacoub Malaty

349- Transmitters of the Plague

 

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صورة في موقع الأنبا تكلا: سيجارة، السيجارة، السجائر

A Latin writer told the story of the spread of the plague in Sicily. What was really strange was when someone became sick with this illness, instead of caring for him his family sat around awaiting his death.

They also carried his contaminated cloths on a mule to a neighboring town to spread the disease there. They said, “Why should we alone get the curse of the plague?”

This was the human logic of many people. If someone is a slave to smoking, drinking, drugs or Satan worshiping, they never rest until they make others do the same perhaps among their own friends too.

→ English translation of the story here at St-Takla.org: ناقلوا الطاعون.

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Whoever accepts Satan as his father invites others to join him.

He falls and pulls down others with him.

What benefit he has in doing such destructive action?

Whoever accepts Your Fatherhood O my Lord,

Will never rest until everyone else accepts You, to enjoy the blessings of your love.

Why are you ashamed my soul of witnessing for your Heavenly Father?

Why are you not witnessing for Him as His agent?

Why are you ignoring the fact of being an ambassador for your Savior,

The Lover of all mankind?


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