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Contributed by Daniel Olukoya on Mar 22, 2010
In the Bible, altars are designed for sacrifices and not just for decoration (Exodus 20: 24). The Bible also described the various methods of constructing these altars. Some were made of sand or unhewn stones, that is, stones that have not been chiseled w
We are looking at a message entitled, “Deliverance from evil altars.” And as you read this message, I advise that you pray the prayer points attached to it. I also encourage you to pay attention to everything in it so that you can be richly blessed after going through it. In the book of ...read more
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