To you the Eternal, immortal, invisible, the only wise God, to whom all power, wisdom, authority and dominion derives its name, we call upon you to witness this great occasion.
We quote from your divine constitution that, unless the Lord builds the Nation, its builders labour in vain. Unless the LORD watches over the Nation, the watchmen stand guard in vain. (Psalms 127:1 emphasis added).
To you the sovereign Lord, I stand here representing the Church of Solomon Islands, we ask for your forgiveness upon our nation for our internal sins that led to the DISARMAMENT of our RISPF since 2003.
We do acknowledge the presence of the RAMSI for the PEACE KEEPING FORCE programme that not only reassured out nation of its physical security, but also it illuminates and enlightens our HEARTS and our MINDS to see the truth that “NO BODY IS ABOVE THE LAW,” therefore righteousness must exalt the nation and acts of wickedness must be dealt with by the law.
Almighty God, we also acknowledge you for your divine grace, that through the process of rebuilding our national security, (the physical and spiritual infrastructure) we can now stand proud today proclaiming to the global community that we do EXCIL and COMPITITIVE in undertaking our own domestic, military responsibilities.
Almighty God, it has taken almost 14 years for our RSIPF to have undertaken such an intensive training that qualifies the 125 personals to be REARM in the presence of our nation today.
Sovereign Lord, in the physical context “DISARMAMENT” is a sign of military discipline, which literally denies the authority, power, security and the peace of the nation, hence venerable to;
· AND KAIYOUSNESS
Which in turn give birth to the lawlessness and the total depravity of the nation.
But today, the 8th of May 2017, we the Sovereign nation of Solomon Islands do commemorate the launching of the RSIPF REARMAMENT as an occasion that typifying, the Lord Jesus Christ the supreme commander, REARMING the RSIPF with his glory, power and authority, eradicating the mess, establishing his RIGTHEOUSNESS over our nation Solomon Islands.
As the saying goes, “The Law is not there to kill and destroy, but to build and equip the nation, hence the ARMORY, the AMMUNITION and the ARMY personals are not there to kill and destroy, but should be the literal embodiment of the Law of God, administering Gods justices and equity by;
· Convicting the guiltier of their sin, (Therefore on crime)
· Recognition of God’s moral standard (therefore righteousness exalt the nation)
Therefore REAMING of the 125 RSIPF personals is a highest promotion and simultaneously a great responsibility in life, as the scripture have said, to whom much is given, much is required.
CHARGE TO THE 125 RSIPF “REARMED” PERSONALS
Therefore I now call upon your name oh LORD Almighty the great shepherd of the sovereign nation of Solomon Islands, to grant to these 125 RSIPF personals your manifold wisdom, so that they would show forth your GRACE in discharging their given responsibility with absolute;
4. P…………. Perseverance
“Endure hardship…..like a good soldier of Christ Jesus. No one serving as a soldier get involved in civilian affairs-he waits to please his commanding officer” (2 Timothy 2:3-4) hence you the 125 RSIPF personals no exemption.
As you now REARMED today, you together with God do reassuring the NATION of the restoration of the Authority, power, Security and the Peace that was intended for Solomon Islands as a nation before the creation of the World.
With the divine Authority vested upon the CHURCH, the body of Christ, I now dedicate and commission you in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
May the God of peace, who through the blood of eternal covenant brought back from the dea our Lord Jesus, the great shepherd of the sheep, equip you with everthing good for his will, and may he work in us what is pleasing to him, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory for ever and ever Amen.
God bless Solomon Islands
God bless the government of Solomon Islands
God bless the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF)
Rev. Earnestly Wasimanu