Spiritual Rebirth, Panacea For Nigeria’s Problems

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Yakubu Busari

Spiritual rebirth has been prescribed as the only available panacea to Nigeria’s numerous problems and Christian youths must be encourage to support the gospel of Jesus Christ to achieve this rebirth.

In an 11 chapter book presentation in Jos, Plateau state and authored by Evangelist Ishaku Zaka Bupwatda held at Nigeria Bible Transition Trust, NBTT, Jos, Plateau state titled “Freedom from Spiritual Captivity- ALTARS”, speakers were unanimous that it captured the decadence in the society hence the need for all to seek spiritual cleansing.

Under the Chairmanship of Nde Gideon Barde, a veteran journalist and former information Commissioner in the state in the second republic, speakers at the event encourage Christians to read the book with an open mind for deeper understanding.

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According to Rev. Dr. Mipo E. Dadang, a onetime General Secretary of ECWA, the book contains “practical biblical principles for born again children if God ” and it calls for a prayer chain for true Christian rebirth.

He added that the publication is a practical way on how to raise an Altar for true evangelism.

On his part, the reviewer, Dr. Stephen Daniyam contended that reading, in itself, helps one to research deeply and come out with difficult subject of “spiritual warfare experience in relation with solid foundation of the bible” that is the more reasons the book is recommended for all; irrespective of age or class.

For Nde Barde, after going through the script, he was delighted to note that the book is a treasure for all Christians as he stressed that “at long last, the Lord has decided to use this work to propagate the gospel ” especially that God is a truly covenant God who never fails in His promise to mankind.

While making a remark, the author of the book hinted that there are two other books on the way to compliment “Freedom from Spiritual Captivity-ALTARS” which he added was the book one.

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