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What It Felt to Grow Up African Indigenous in Southern Africa by Athanasius-John T. Nkomo - Paperback
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What It Felt to Grow Up African Indigenous in Southern Africa by Athanasius-John T. Nkomo - Paperback

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I wrote this book with tears filled up on my face! One of the most influential book writers emerging ever penned, even seculars scholars historians will acknowledge the great impact experiencing the depth of Rev. Athanasius-John T. Nkomo; (Author) has had in Christian writing history of Southern Africa. The author is generally credited even by his friends/enemies, as being one of the best ...

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    English
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    9781627726764
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    America Star Books
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    Description:

    I wrote this book with tears filled up on my face! One of the most influential book writers emerging ever penned, even seculars scholars historians will acknowledge the great impact experiencing the depth of Rev. Athanasius-John T. Nkomo; (Author) has had in Christian writing history of Southern

    I wrote this book with tears filled up on my face! One of the most influential book writers emerging ever penned, even seculars scholars historians will acknowledge the great impact experiencing the depth of Rev. Athanasius-John T. Nkomo; (Author) has had in Christian writing history of Southern Africa. The author is generally credited even by his friends/enemies, as being one of the best known men in church history of Southern Africa. Dutch Reformed Church of South Africa emphasizes apartheid. Will Durant, in his 11-volumes Story of Civilization, recounts the impact of "Young Youth, now full grown up" life and writings on Zulu history of Southern Africa. We talk so much about good things from our empty lips but practicing what we talk about from our lips always fall-short in the sight of God. We struggle with God! Yet, God is not struggling with us: We all struggle to know what went wrong with us. If you are wrong (Really Wrong) would you want to know? Even so, we struggle with God! God never gets bogged by his creatures, because all living creatures on earth end up before God's righteousness judgments individually ...See (Gen. 3: 14-19) "For dust you are, and to dust you shall return." Woe to him who quarrels with his maker, to him who is but a potsherd among the potsherds on the ground." We struggle with God in vain because we all will eventually end up before his sight on the Judgment Day: Jesus Christ is inevitable! If individuals and humanity are to progress, Jesus Christ is inescapable! You may ignore him at your own wicked risk: And that is the Truth.

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    • Category: General
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Language of Text: English
    • Author(s): Athanasius-John T. Nkomo
    • Publisher: America Star Books
    • ISBN: 9781627726764
    • Number of Pages: 342
    • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.76 inches
 

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