DON’T FIGHT THE WRONG BATTLE


Digesting the food for thought backed up by scriptural examples in Evangelist Frank’s message, the congregation prepared themselves for a new and better kind of warfare. They realised that it was vanity fighting their fellow humans along tribal and racial lines and therefore forged a united front to confront the common enemy – satan! By the energetic and passionate natures of their prayers as well as the choir’s unrelenting zeal to reel out marshal songs against the kingdom of darkness, it was apparent that they could not afford to fight the wrong battle. On Sunday December 6, 2015, The SCOAN service witnessed continued victory of the kingdom of light over the kingdom of darkness, as those held in captivities were set free in the name of Jesus Christ.  The victorious congregants had earlier received inspiring words from EVANGELIST FRANK

Evangelist Frank in his message tiled DON’T FIGHT THE WRONG BATTLE. He had admonished: People of God, let me tell you something. You might be able to outsmart some people, you might be nice with your hands and quick on your toes but you do not have enough physical or mental strength to stop satan. You, by yourself, cannot stand against the clever attack of satan. You can only stop satan by the strength of the Lord. You can only stop satan to the degree that you are protected with the whole armour of God. Listen, as long as you recognize the righteousness of God in Christ Jesus, then satan has nothing on you”.

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