Nigerian Christians Fight Rampant Cult Killings with Spiritual Weapons
September 21, 2016
Nigerian Christians fasted and prayed for three days last week to stop rampant cultism among young people. The prayer campaign began in Mgbuitanwo, a community plagued with relentless killings and cult activities. Christians around the city gathered to pray "for the Holy Spirit to intervene and arrest the minds of youths and sponsors of the cultists, who are terrorizing communities in the local government area and state."
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