Sunday, 21 November 2010


Its that time of the year when there isn't that much light during the day time, and before you know it, the day is over. My highlights of the weekend was receiving messages from our heavenly Father and his Son this morning.

However, we cannot let this weekend go by, without mentioning how the general public are making a mockery of the X Factor TV show. In my humble view, Wagner should never been in the show to begin with. The general public promised Simon Cowell that they were going to show him who was boss, giving them Wagner gave them the opportunity to do just that.

Does it remind you of the choice the people had to make between Christ and the Criminal, as we know the legend goes that they chose the criminal instead of the blessed one.

Do the general public have the intelligence to understand that their games impact on the lives of the singers that are worthy to stay? It impacts on their futures, the future of their children and loved ones too.

Rebecca Ferguson was right to sing 'WICKED GAME' a few weeks ago, that certainly is what the X Factor as become this year. Its never easy to say goodbye to good people when it is fair. However, it isn't just, that good singers are leaving due to the general public wishing to teach Simon a lesson.

Also to allow a 16 year old to go through the pressure of the X Factor, just goes to show how little Simon knows about children and what impacts adversely on them. Its time he had his own children then he might understand how fragile they are. Cher as all the makings of another Judy Garland, an innocent child exploited by show business.

This was definitely one of the best performances from Rebecca, singing Wicked Game.

May the public change their ways and come to their senses...

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