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His Seven Priorities
by Cyprian Agbazue
Behind the seven symbolic annual festivals, established by God for Israel soon after crossing the Red Sea, were hidden Godís seven strategies for the salvation of all men! This 200-page book is an expose of these divine strategies. God today commands believers everywhere to unite on these grounds. It is the revelation of the moment, a must-read for all Christians, Jews, and Muslims!
In this thought-provoking and highly revealing book, Cyprian Agbazue sets out not to reinvent parroted ideas and knowledge about the Scripture. He reaches for an inner understanding of Godís plan and purpose for mankindÖjust like the hidden treasures of God, His Seven Priorities lays them bare for the spirit-filled mind.
With this volume, Agbazue indeed arms the believer for lifeís many struggles.
(Professor Pat Utomi, Director, Pan-African University, Lagos, Nigeria)
About the Author
Cyprian Agbazue is the president of the International Foundation for Christian Unity (IFCU), a nongovernmental organization in Nigeria promoting worldwide Christian unity.
A child of non-Christian parents, he was baptized into the Catholic Church at the age of nine. At thirty-five, he dropped out of the Catholic Church. In 1986, he rediscovered his faith in a Pentecostal Church. After two years, he was nominated for pastoral ordination, but hours before his acceptance, the Lord redirected him back to the Catholic Church.
Eventually he became an impactful leader within the Catholic Charismatic Renewal of Nigeria and later the Vice Chairman of the Parish Pastoral Council at Archangels Catholic Church Satellite Town in Lagos, Nigeria.
Cyprian Agbazue is married to Chinyere Agbazue, a medical practitioner, and they are blessed with three adult sons and a daughter.
He is currently a National Director serving in the South-West Region of the Full Gospel Business Menís Fellowship International.
(2011, paperback, 150 pages)