Nigeria (PRWEB) November 07, 2012
Whenever disasters occur, people always try to explain why through all manner of scientific theories. Author Victor Abassah has tried to examine some of this phenomenon in the light of God’s word and he shares the profound insights he discovered in When the Earth Vomits out its Inhabitants.
The title of this book is derived from the book of Leviticus, chapter 18 vs 24 & 25: “Defile not ye yourselves in any of these things: for in all these the nations are defiled which I cast out before you: and the land is defiled: therefore I do visit the iniquity thereof upon it, and the land itself vomiteth our her inhabitants”.
The above scripture quoted from the book of Leviticus was talking about certain sins which the original inhabitants of the land of Canaan were committing for which they were being vomited out. This book attempts to offer explanations as to why disasters happen in certain areas and in people’s lives based on that statement in Leviticus 18 about the earth vomiting out a people from an area.
When the Earth Vomits out its Inhabitants will help readers understand some of the things happening around and around their community. The author believes it will bring the necessary change in people’s thinking as Christians even as we await the imminent coming of the Lord and saviour Jesus Christ. All Bible quotations in this book are from the Authorised King James Version.
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About the Author
Victor Abassah is a former banker, consultant and administrator. He has a calling to teach the word of God with a prophetic insight and to strengthen the hands of God’s people. He is currently a network pastor with the Change Your World Prayer Network. He is happily married to Nneoma, and they have three girls and a boy.
When the Earth Vomits out its Inhabitants * by Victor Abassah
Publication Date: March 14, 2012
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