Should people be punished even after repenting to God?

Editor,Are we forgetting that she had a plan to infect people with a killer disease and now she is bragging? This is evidence she is giving and she should first face punishment before she decides that she can own a church and that all is OK! The reason as to why she came clean is because she found out that she wasn’t infected -- not because she remembered that what she set out to do was wrong and against the law.

Editor,

Are we forgetting that she had a plan to infect people with a killer disease and now she is bragging? This is evidence she is giving and she should first face punishment before she decides that she can own a church and that all is OK! The reason as to why she came clean is because she found out that she wasn’t infected -- not because she remembered that what she set out to do was wrong and against the law.

This is unacceptable and I am sure there are laws; if not, then it’s no different from getting away with murder!

Concerned Citizen, Rwanda

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How many people can punish you for what you have done? That means no one is holy, except God. This woman is lucky because only what God wants is for her to trust and believe in Him as her saviour.

Winny, Kigali, Rwanda

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