In an African society where departure from the norms can mean instant death through spiritual means, Evangelist Noah dared the demons and the gods of his community. He stared them eyeball to eyeball and left them prostrated. This is the story of Christianity vs. the occult. Nothing is impossible when the hand of God touches his servant Evangelist Noah. No disease is incurable in his church even the dreaded AIDS
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“I Piss on Your gods” is the story of the occult vs. Christianity. It is the story of a man who refused to compromise his belief even in the face of daunting opposition by the elders of his community. No one disobey the elders and live to tell the story. Their words are law until Evangelist Noah questioned some of their tradition, and stood some of their norms on its head. Evangelist Noah not only questioned them, he challenged their gods. For this, they banished him from the community, but after much trials and persecutions, he triumphed.
All hell broke lose. The elders went berserk. They shook their fists in my face one by one. I stood there not saying anything.
“You dare insult our gods?” The most senior elder asked.
“How can I do that? Even if I did, the gods are capable of fighting for themselves. Unless you elders want to tell me it is you that fight for your gods.”
“You this small boy, you dare insulted us to our face?” The Chief Priest of Ovia asked.
“I cannot do that my elders,” I replied putting false humility in my voice.
“Tell us Anetor, are you going to provide the goats or not?” Uncle Uromi asked. A satisfied smile rose to the corners of his mouth.
“I told you already that as the founder of my church, I cannot sacrifice to any other god.”