PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea (PRWEB) July 24, 2015
In 2001, the author embarked on a 21-day fast. Between June 1 and 21, he had no food and drank no water, and on the last day, he asked God to show him Satan so that he would at last understand him.
According to Baibai, God answered his request and gave him many revelations. In Baibai’s new and first book, “The Race without Rivalry” (published by iUniverse), he reveals what he believes his revelations meant and how he found peace and harmony in his heart.
“The Race without Rivalry” unpacks the revelations that he received and discusses the messages concerning good and evil expressing them in poetic format. Baibai believes that God created everything – seen and unseen – and gave a purpose for it all, including Satan. Therefore, he concludes that Satan is not the greatest enemy of humanity and delves into what he believes to be the greatest enemy.
Baibai’s ultimate message in “The Race without Rivalry” is that God is the author of everything and in control of all that happens – be it good, bad, evil or divine. He hopes to ease the fears of Christians who worry about evil influence, difficult situations and assure them that rest from anxiety can be found in the truth of God alone.
An excerpt from “The Race without Rivalry”:
“In Christ, you will face many crises.
But beyond the thickest darkness you’ve gone through,
You’ll find the brightest light you’ve never seen.”
“The Race without Rivalry”
By Peter Baibai
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 162 pages | ISBN 9781491767351
E-Book | 162 pages | ISBN 9781491767368
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Peter Baibai has been a hobbyist freelance writer and poet for the past 13 years. He lives and works in Papua New Guinea’s biggest mining company, Ok Tedi Mining Ltd., as a certified turner. More information is available at http://www.pbaibai.com/.
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