Faith Void: The Greatest Destroyer of Mankind

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 3, 2010 - Religion - 182 pages
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In Faith Void, Ballah Kemah reveals that without faith, no one can be a conqueror and a victor. He also reveals that, in our pursuits in life, faith is what we need to carry us through the ups and downs. Some call it drive, but faith is the fuel that keeps a drive alive. Based on his personal experience when God miraculously delivered him from several life or death situations; simply based on his faith in the power of God’s word, the Author wrote this book. He uses scriptural references from the Bible as basis for the revelations in this book. Faith is not just about being religious; rather, it is the source of hope and confidence that one needs in order to fulfill a dream and to become victorious when faced with a situation that is too big to handle. It is a good thing to have faith in oneself, but it is best to have faith in God. Only God knows tomorrow and with him all things are possible. A life without purpose is worse than physical death, but with faith, you will have courage and confidence, which will in turn cause you to take action toward your dreams and there by living in God’s plans for your life. With faith in God, nothing is impossible as long as you’re walking in his plans for you! How do you know God’s plans for you? Read Jeremiah 29:11–14. Stay in faith, and see the miracle working hand of God.

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Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15

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During most of his teenage years, Ballah Kemah was an evangelist and the head and co-founder of two Bible study groups. One in his high school which was held during the daily recess and one in the community where he lived, which was held every Wednesday at 6pm. Due to a bitter fourteen year civil war in his home country, Ballah's father moved him and his siblings to the United States as refugees and to get a chance at a better life. Ballah currently resides in the United States, married and the father of two children. On the second day of a three day fast and prayer, seeking God's power of deliverance from a major crisis, The Author felt deep down within him, the need to stop praying and start writing. He then questioned the feeling and then he heard a voice speak from within him, which he later got to know that it was a voice from the spirit of God. It was not a loud voice that caused an earthquake; it was a voice that sounded more like his conscious. The voice told him to continue the fast, but to stop praying and asking God to save him from the situation; instead, he should start to write about the situation. Ballah did not even attempt to continue to question the voice, he only asked what specifically he needed to say about the situation, given that it was still going on, and the voice once again responded deep down through his conscious to write about faith. Because while it was good to fast and pray to be delivered by God; faith was the most important thing to have. The voice said to me, "you can fast and pray all day, but if you do not have faith that God will deliver you, what good will the fast and prayer be? So stop praying, God heard you the first time you fasted for and prayed for three days regarding this same situation, it's now time to live by faith as you wait for God to deliver you". The title of this book came to him right at that moment. Ballah is still in his pursuit to achieve the destiny that God has called him to.

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