Kalba, the Young Man Who Resists the Gods

Kalba, the Young Man Who Resists the Gods

by A. B. Doungméné

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After his father death, the young man Kalba is chosen to succeed his father as the main priest of the gods of Tsepia. He fights and resists the gods and their human agents with the help of his mother and brother who are not well acquainted with the tricks of the invisible world. Worse over, Kalba and his helpers have a thin knowledge only of the Lord Jesus. Will they emerge victorious?

Kalba, the Young Man Who Resists the Gods is a fiction. It is a Christian Short Story that intends teaching the reader that God is one. The deities are pretenders and are all been created by the Most High God. Human being was created to serve the Creator only. After reading, you won’t be fooled again by the tricks of the invisible world that lead the ignorant to idolatry.
All resemblance with real events is purely coincidental.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153887487
Publisher: A. B. Doungméné
Publication date: 11/29/2016
Series: Faith and Traditions , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 265 KB

About the Author

Hi, I am Achille Bérenger Doungméné, Christian from Assemblies of God Cameroon. I have been serving God since my eighth year, first in the Roman Catholic Church as choir member and priest servant. I receive the conviction to write books for the perfecting of men, women, teens and children at twenty; that is in 1993. Even though I could start in 2000, I felt I needed God to equip me, to mature what I had learnt in the faith while at University, while serving the Lord in the Choir, in the Evangelization team, in the Leading of Adoration, in the work place and in the ordinary social life. What today? Are my writings rich enough to meet the need of my readers, to lead them to better choices and to help them live better lives? That is the question only you readers can help me assess. All my efforts is to serve you just as Jesus Christ our Lord asks us to fervently serve each other. One thing is sure; I need your critics, your corrections and your appreciations to help me serve you better. God bless you Achille

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