Cosmic Conflicts: Freedon Isn't Free, the Only Chance, the Blood and the Covenant, the Ultimate Assignment

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Author House, Jun 23, 2011 - Drama - 352 pages
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Cosmic Conflict is a series of four plays that examine the complex union between the physical and the spiritual world. It gives a face to the metaphysical conflicts that people face every day. This is spiritual warfare in the most literal sense of the word, and Cosmic Conflict offers the Holy Bible as the answer. We often speak of evil spirits or Satan, but it is hard to get a clear picture of what those apparitions look like, many images that have been fed to us through out our lives. For example, the devil is red with horns and a tail, and demons are monstrous creatures with ill intent. But what if Satan is the man sitting next to you reading a book? What if a demon looks like your wife, husband, or even your child? Cosmic Conflict tackles these dilemmas full force, using scripture, prayers, and evangelical pastors. It uses the unyielding power of Jesus Christ to go to the source of negative and destructive world behavior - the spirits working behind the scene to do us harm. No human being on this earth will ever survive or overcome the manipulation of Satan on his or her own power neither is any human free from this conflict. It is all around us effecting our lives in different ways. Cosmic conflict is responsible for that child of yours who is involved in one problem to another, that your shattered marriage, your inability to succeed in anything, your inability to set any goal for yourself and achieve it. Cosmic Conflict is behind the high rate of corruptions in public service, trade union unrest, accidents in our roads, plane crash, train derailment etc. While in the world stage cosmic conflict is responsible for civil unrest, wars in many nations and rumors of wars, natural disasters like earthquakes, flood, hurricanes, typhoon just to mention but few. I will not also fail to mention others like plane, hijack, terrorist attacks, and many others.

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Jonathan Ezemeka is from Obinagu in Udi Local govt. area in the eastern part of Nigeria. He attended government college Umuahia and Teacher Training college in Ihe Awgu local government area of Enugu State. Jonathan worked as a primary school teacher from 1980 to 1987 before proceeding to Anambra state university on a study leave to study public Administration.

As a teacher Jonathan was fully involved in union activities and rose to become a member of Nigerian union of teachers [NUT] executive member in Udi local government. While in the University Jonathan combined his academic work and politics to become the administrative secretary of the social democratic party in Enugu local govt., the returning offi cer for SDP in Enugu local government area and presidential campaign co-coordinator for the late Iyara Adua senior for SDP in Enugu local govt... In 1995 Jonathan gave his life to Christ and was able to receive a direct message from God after spirited prayer and fasting to write on issues dealing with spiritual warfare.

Now as a Christian and in partnership with the Holy Spirit Jonathan is now able to recall through his experiences as a teacher, student, trade union activist and politician that things dont just happen but are justly caused to happen. It is clear that the things we see with our naked eyes are not real. 2nd corinthians 4: 18 = While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen [are] temporal; but the things which are not seen [are] eternal. Jonathan was married to late Mrs. Ann Ezemeka and they have a wonderful son Chidera Miracle Ezemeka.

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