Satanic Devices is written with the aim to make us aware of Satan; where he came from, what the Bible tells us about his creation and how he got off track. In his heart, he wanted to be like the most high God and because of his personal ambition, he lost his first estate! As a reader, you will gain insight to the beginning of paganistic worship! It will reveal how Satan manifested himself in the Old Testament through paganism, worship, nature and superstition; out of which grew witchcraft, sorcery and voodoo; but they were not aware of the true and living God! Also,how God used Moses in freeing Israel from Egypt by overcoming magic and satanic worship proving that God (Jehovah) was greater than the Gods of Egypt! The book explain why God commanded Israel to destroy witches and those with familiar spirits: How King Saul requested the Witch of Endor to call Samuel from the grave. Finally, showing the weapons that God has given us to overcome the devil’s desires and tricks of the enemy!
Overcoming Satanic Devices – KINDLE
Published Date: October 30, 2020
Bishop Nathaniel Wells Jr.
Bishop Wells’ life is a thread that connects his calling to his passion; his love for God and concern for the human race. Since birth, he had a connection with God that grew into an intimate relationship, becoming a Saint of God. Faithfully served for 15 years as co-pastor of Community and Holy Trinity Churches, in 1976 he became the full-time senior pastor of Holy Trinity Institutional COGIC. In 1985, he was elevated to the position of Jurisdictional Bishop for Western Michigan Jurisdiction. He’s been a Jurisdictional Bishop for 34 years, served 2 terms with the National Trustee Board and the National Judiciary Board and elected to the Presidium of the International Church Of God In Christ. July 2014, Bishop Wells was presented an earned Doctor of Theology Degree from Midwest Theological University. He has received various civic and social community awards, such as the Muskegon County Bar Association, Muskegon Economic Growth Alliance and was the 1st recipient of the Rev Dr. Donald B. Adkins Leadership Award for Religion.