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Ebelle Christians Launch Double Attacks On Satan

  • *Ebelle  Christians Launch Double Attacks On Satan*
  • By
  • _Gabriel Akhabue Iruobe_
  • Whereas, there has always been one major crusade in Ebelle in December involving all denominations, this year, 2020, the “strategy” has been dualized. This “innovation” was precipitated by factionalism. But, surprisingly, both camps are still willing to pull the same cord for Ebelle’s progress at both meetings – the one begun today by CAN Ebelle, on the same ground that Ebelle for Christ Crusade is being expected, come 28th December.
  • Somehow, the crusade began today by CAN Ebelle helps to reap the corporate prayers of those who may wish to travel to other location at the period Ebelle  for Christ organizers would be having theirs.
  • Thus, rather than see the development as a negative one, spiritually sensitive brethren have advocated for cooperation and participation. They are also advised to use the emergent crusade as an opportunity to pray for the one coming close to the end of the year where a lot of our sons and daughters would be visiting home.
  • Although the participants for the first night of a 3-day crusade appear few in numbers, we must remember that God does not work by many or by few. Some persons also think that the low turnout may have been occasioned by Shiloh program, an international program at Canaanland, Ota, but with viewing centers all over the world.
  • While CAN Ebelle should be commended for the “innovation”, and not making it clash with the yearly Ebelle for Christ crusade, they may also try to move it away from the time a major international program is on air.
  • Coming once or twice a a month doesn’t really matter since the devil we wrestle against doesn’t blink his eyes on Christians and their mission. Anyhow we can get rid of him in Ebelle, is a desirable one. Therefore, we cannot be forced to pray against one another but to help one another to advance spiritually.
  • God bless Ebelle land!

About Gabriel Iruobe

I have a background in Sociology from the University of Ibadan. Although, an industrial sociologist, my interest in rural societies have grown over the years. The sociological insight gained in my school days have had me define development in a fashion slightly different from an orthodox orientation. Studying or researching on rural life is quite easy for me since I spent my early life in a rural setting, viewing all the attractions often overlooked by the urban elites. If the rule of sustainable development is to be followed, no aspect of the world's cultural heritage is to be ignore or neglected. This is my obsession.

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