Prime Minister Philip J Pierre pledged to work for the upliftment of the children and secure their future in Saint Lucia.
Castries, Saint Lucia: Prime Minister Philip J Pierre pledged to work for the upliftment of the children and secure their future in Saint Lucia. He stated that as parents, this is their duty to ensure that children can have a promising future.
PM Philip J Pierre took to Facebook and promised to work for the welfare of the children of Saint Lucia. He stated that the guidance of the children is very important as it will provide them with the true path of life.
PM Pierre added, “As parents, one of our goals is to ensure that our children have a secure and promising future ahead of them. We must also remember the importance of guiding them spiritually, as well as in all other aspects of life.”
While quoting verse, PM Philip J Pierre said,” Deuteronomy 6:6-7 says “These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.”
He mentioned, “This verse reminds us that we should be teaching our children about the Lord’s commandments daily and leading them in the right direction.”
PM Philip J Pierre asked the people to work together to ensure that every child in this country, no matter where they live or what their background is, can achieve success. “Have a blessed Sunday,” said the prime minister.
Citizens of Saint Lucia expressed their pleasure in the comment section of the Facebook account of Prime Minister Philip J Pierre. One of the users, named Lulu James, said, “Yes indeed!! Have a blessed Sunday, my PM. No weapons formed against you shall prosper, and every tongue that riseth in Judgement shall be Condemned! God has his hands on you!! He is leading you every step of the way!! Keep trusting and yielding.”
Another user named Madgerie Jameson-Charles added, “We must revisit the old adage that it takes a village to raise a child. I was raised in the village. Many of us abandoned the village, so our children did not get the holistic development they needed. We who can need to help the parents who can’t. One Love.”
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